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Monday, 9 November 2015

Top 15 worst football jersey in 2015-16 season

We rank the 15 worst football kits of the 2015-16 seasons. And while many football kits of the summer are beautiful, there are some kits we don't like at all.
Whether it's the wrong mixture of colors, a striking graphic-pattern on the front, or an oversized sponsor logo, there are many reasons for hideous soccer jerseys. Here are our 15 worst kits.

15. MONTPELLIER 15-16 HOME KIT (NIKE):
The new Montpellier 15-16 Home Kit combines the traditional club colors navy and orange with a striking Sash on the front, based on the Nike Sash 15-16 Team wear Jersey.Various sponsors on the front of the new Montpellier Home Kit interrupt the Sash design. Orange shorts and navy socks complete the new HSC Montpellier 15-16 Home Kit.

14. SPORTING GIJON 15-16 THIRD KIT:
The new Sporting Gijón Third Kit is yellow with red and white accents on the Kappa trademark collar and the sleeve cuffs.
Yellow shorts and socks with red and white applications complement the new Sporting Gijón Third Jersey.


13. ARSENAL 15-16 AWAY KIT (Puma):
The new Arsenal 2015-16 Away Shirt is golden with a striking diamond front pattern and navy sleeves. Navy shorts and socks complete the new Arsenal 15-16 Away Kit.



12. GIRONDINS BORDEAUX 15-16 THIRD KIT (Puma):
The new Bordeaux Third Kit introduces a completely unique design for the Ligue 1 club. A dark blue base is combined with pink details for the new Girondins Bordeaux 15-16 Third Kit.
Most notably, the front of the new Girondins Bordeaux 15-16 Third Kit boasts a pink v shape as well as a stylized wave design at the bottom, both featuring stunning patterns inside.
The new Girondins Bordeaux 2015-2016 Third Jersey has a navy crew-neck collar, while the sleeve cuffs are pink and a pink stripe runs down each sleeve.

The shorts and socks of the new Bordeaux Third Kit boast pink accents.

11. AC MILAN 15-16 THIRD KIT (Adidas):
The AC Milan 2015-2016 Third Kit is dark green with yellow applications, featuring a classical crew-neck collar. The three stripes running down the sleeves of the new Milan 15-16 Third Shirt, as well as the sleeve cuffs, are yellow, while the Adidas and Emirates logos on the front are white.
The shorts and socks of the new Milan 15-16 Third Kit are dark green with yellow accents, as well.


10. NORWICH 15-16 HOME KIT (Errea):
It's not Errea's fault. While Errea designed a classic Norwich City 2015-2016 Home Kit, the large yellow block for the Aviva sponsor logo destroys the smart design. Norwich even released a horrid 15-16 Third Kit, designed "to be hated", but we think that Norwich City's 2015-2016 Home Kit should on our list.


9. LAS PALMAS 15-16 HOME SHIRT:

The new Las Palmas 2015-16 Home Kit combines the traditional colors yellow and blue of the Spanish club. Acerbis designed a unique collar for the new UD Las Palmas Kit, which features the white, blue and yellow Flag of the Canary Islands.
On the shoulders area of the new Las Palmas 15-16 Kit is the founding year 1949. Apart from the collar, the new Las Palmas La Liga Kit features a clean design Blue shorts and blue socks complete the new UD Las Palmas 2015-2016 Kit.


8. JUVENTUS 15-16 AWAY KIT (Adidas):
We would have loved the pink Juventus 2015-2016 Away Jersey. Inspired by the very-first kits of the club, the Juventus 2015-2016 Away Kit features the traditional color pale pink. The unity of the design is destroyed by the striking pink sleeve cuffs and the sponsor logo covering the white and pink horizontal band design.


7. STURM GRAZ 15-16 HOME KIT (Lotto):
The new Sturm Graz Kit breaks with the traditional black and white stripes design of the club. It boasts a water-inspired graphic print towards the bottom in white, which is used for various Lotto 2015-16 Shirts, so it's not even unique. Lotto combines the black and white shirt with flashy green sleeve cuffs.


6. MONCHENGLADBACH 15-16 AWAY KIT (Kappa):
The Kappa Gladbach 15-16 Away Kit is moss-green with a striking front graphic that combines diagonal line fragments in light green. The collar, sleeve cuffs and hem of the Mönchengladbach 2015-16 Away Jersey are also light green.
Utilizing the same collar style as the home kit, the new Mönchengladbach Away Shirt has a completely unique design.

5.  WOLFSBURG 15-16 AWAY KIT (Kappa):
"That Wolfsburg Kit is horrid". When the German club entered pitch against Arsenal wearing the bold green, blue and white away kit, Arsenal fans put all blame on them. And while the official images released by the club are anything but bad, the on-pitch impression is definitely horrid. We can't wait to see Wolfsburg's Kit in the Champions League this season.


4.  PORTO 15-16 AWAY KIT (New Balance):
Cacao brown. The New Balance Porto 2015-2016 Away Jersey is brown for the first time in the rich history of the club. New Balance combines the unusual color with bold blue sleeve cuffs and light brown horizontal stripes on the front. It just doesn't look good.



3. NORWICH 15-16 THIRD KIT (Errea):
The bold Norwich City 2015-2016 Third Jersey is designed to stir controversy. The new Norwich City 15-16 Third Kit boasts a unique horizontal stripes design featuring the colors green, orange and yellow with a large yellow block for the sponsor logo.



2. DAEN GUIJUELO 15-16 AWAY KIT:
Following the tradition of the beer, broccoli and tuxedo Football Kits of other Spanish regional teams, third division club CD Guijuelo released a bold 'Ham' Away Kit. Drawing inspiration from the Jamón de Guijuelo ham, the shirt and the shorts of the Guijuelo Kit boast an all-over ham print.


1. V- VAREN NAGASAKI (Hummels):
Kit maker Hummels unveiled these atrocious Tuxedo kits for Japanese club v- varen’s ten-year anniversary. Wait, seriously? A simple badge probably would’ve sufficed, here. But if you’re going to try for a tuxedo kit, at least lose those horrific sleeve arrows.


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