5 of the worst shirts in Premier League history
Arsenal 2002/03 – Third
Nike largely sat on the side lines throughout the experimental era of outlandish kits in the 80s & 90s, yet in 2002 they landed on this gradient-crazed navy kit with block colour sleeves.
Tottenham 2009/10 – Home
You’d think it would be hard to make a bad home Spurs shirt with the Lilywhite and navy colour palette. In the 2009-10 season, Puma showed it was easily done, simply add some weird yellow flanks and swipes across the chest and partner it with a cheap looking Casino sponsor (though Puma aren’t to blame for the sponsor).
Liverpool 2013/14 - Third
We tend to appreciate when a kit manufacturer tries to adopt a design style from the 80s/90s, but what on earth were Warrior thinking with this one? Shocking.
Nottingham Forest 1995/97 – Away
While Arsenal’s 1991-93 away kit showed that it is possible to make a busy looking yellow and black kit look good; Nottingham Forest’s 1995-97 effort looks like a Picasso painting gone horribly, horribly wrong.
Chelsea 1994/96 – Away
Whilst we are a huge fan of Chelsea’s slapdash yellow 1996-97 kit, so much so we’ve reimagined them into a pair of socks, the precursor to that design was this misjudged orange and grey number.