While there have been some impressive kits over the years, here are 11 football jerseys that have been deemed to be some of the strangest in history.
Click through the gallery to see 11 strange kits, according to the Sun.
English publication the Sun released their list of bad kits over the years, with the list including quite a few Spanish sides.
Portuguese outfit Sporting Braga sent tongues wagging on social media after dropping their 2019/2020 jersey that features a body armour on the front, which is inspired by Ancient Rome soldiers.
Daylon Claasen's former side 1860 Munich also made the list with their special Oktoberfest kit for the 2018/2019 season that came with a bright checkered shirt and a leather-type shorts.
Munich wore the kit to commemorate the start of Oktoberfest in 2018 when they did battle against fellow second tier outfit Wehen Wiesbaden on September 22.
Everyone remembers Cameroon's impressive sleeveless shirt that was banned by FIFA for the 2002 World Cup but it was their home kit from two years later that made the list.
The kit was described as a all-in-one uniform, with the top basically sitting like under-warmer that players wear nowadays. Puma and Cameroon eventually parted ways last year after 20-year partnership.
LaLiga giants Atletico Madrid also make the list for the strange kit in 2004, but you can click through the gallery to see the rest of the kits.
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