The Kaizer Chiefs 2014/15 kit was one that became an instant hit among fans, with many deeming it one of the best in the club's history. We took a look at the current Amakhosi kit and compare the two designs. Check it out!
While under the guidance of coach Stuart Baxter, the likes of George Maluleka, George Lebese and Mandla Masango ran riot for the Soweto giants in the 2014/15 campaign.
Branded as the ‘Forever Fearless’ jersey, the gold and black home kit sported a single black stripe over the left shoulder, while the away kit was blue with a yellow stripe on the same side.
The 2014/15 strips were so popular it was even reviewed positively by a number of European publications that season.
The current kits, meanwhile, have received a mixed bag of results. Supporters have likened the home shirt to Chiefs' 2011/12 "Zebra" jersey due to its zig-zag pattern design.
The 2019/20 away kit also received an underwhelming response, with the white and yellow design being one of the less favourite away jerseys in recent times.
Taking the attention away from those kits, Amakhosi revealed a much simpler 50th anniversary strip this season, which in turn became hugely popular among local football fans.
To see these kits, scroll through the gallery above!
Between the 2014/15 and 2019/20 Chiefs kits, which ones do you think had the better designs?