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10 of the most horrendous Premier League kits ever

History is littered with some truly horrific football kits that leaves you questioning – just what were they thinking? Here at The Sports Lowdown we look at the 10 worst kits that the Premier League has ever seen.


1.Norwich city FC 1992-94

This kit is truly the definition of ugly. Just what they were thinking is hard to decipher; it’s very difficult to take seriously. I can only imagine how the likes of Gary Megson felt having to play in it. The only reason I can produce is that it had some form of special power, because Norwich finished 3rd in that 1992-93 season.


  1. Liverpool FC away kit 1992-3

This is very much a love hate kit, however for me this is sickeningly bad. The weird turquoise colour shouldn’t be worn on anything, let alone a premier league football kit. Liverpool have had a few bad away kits, especially around that 80’s to 90’s era, but for me this is one of their worst.

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  1. Arsenal FC away kit 1991-93

It’s hard to make a yellow patterned shirt look good at the best of times, and like Norwich in ’92, arsenal certainly don’t pull it off here. This is another absolute shocker that Arsenal shouldn’t have got away with.

Phil Babb - Coventry City 9/8/92 Pic : Action Images
Phil Babb – Coventry City 9/8/92
Pic : Action Images
  1. Coventry City FC away shirt 1992

There seems to be a general trend of bad shirts in the 90’s appearing here. Just what was going through their minds with this poor excuse for an away shirt? To make it even worse the light blue home kit was just as repulsive.

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  1. Manchester United FC away kit 1993-94

This kit was intended to be a tribute to the clubs original colours as Newton Heath. However, and I’m sure you’ll agree, with the green and gold half and half and the dismal laced collar, the kit is more of an insult. It just isn’t good.


About Chris Jones

I'm an 18-year-old who has grown up with sport - particularly football, cricket and rugby - all my life. This and having a father as a journalist has fuelled my ambition to make sports journalism my profession.

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