Freebets.com have trawled through the archives to find some of the worst world cup kits ever worn. There might be a few controversial choices, but will anyone disagree that the kit worn by Mexico in 1994 is a top contender for worst kit ever?
Keeper Jorge Campos designed these hideous numbers himself, and more fool Umbro (again) for letting him, it was however a hit on the rave scene.
The 1930 World Cup was hosted by Uruguay. Bolivia wanted to pay tribute to the host and in order to do that, they wore jerseys with individual letters on them that spelled out “V.I.V.A U.R.U.G.U.A.Y. Their performance was as bad as their kit conceding 8 goals and scoring none in the two appearances they made.
Who likes short shorts? The magic didn't rub off on the tartan army as Scotland missed out on making it out of the group by a single point.
The Germans made a mark on the 1994 tournament through this hideous kit, continuing Adidas’ diamonds design in the worst possible way. This effort from the three-time champions was a travesty and the holders would be defeated by Bulgaria in the quarter-finals.
La Furia Roja gave up their traditional red outfit at USA '94 replacing it with an horrific striped number.
For a country with such an iconic flag and patriotic tradition, the USA have struggled to produce a world-class kit, with this effort on home soil the worst.
Jamaica have only ever made one appearance at the World Cup, finishing third in Group H with a 2-1 victory over Japan their highlight. The kit was perhaps more memorable than the team's performances, pioneering in its asymmetric design but archaic in its crazy pattern.
From collar to colours there is nothing right about South Arica's kit in the 98 World Cup. It appears to be more reminiscent of a pair of 90s-era pyjamas than a professional football kit
Cameroon wore this eye-catching sleeveless kit in the 2002 African Cup of Nations and it looked pretty cool too, like a basketball top. FIFA, spoilsports that they are, immediately declared the kit illegal and black sleeves were added for Cameroon’s appearance in the 2002 World Cup in Japan/Korea.
South Korea sported this fluorescent pink kit when they hosted the 2002 World Cup,they surprised everyone by making it all the way through to the semi-finals. Everyone was given plenty of opportunities in which to view the jersey in all its splendor!
England have gone back to basics with their new all-white home kit for the World Cup 2014. Priced at £90, the 2014 Nike kits claim to focus on English football history and cultural design. For £90 this has to be one of the worst kits in history of the tournament, well worst value for money anyway!
Mexico - 1994 - Quarter Finalists
Jamaica - 1998 - Group stage
Bolivia - 1930 - Group stage
United States - 1994 - Group stage
Cameroon - 2002 - Group stage
Germany - 1994 - Quarter Finalists
Scotland - 1986 - Group stage
Spain - 1994 - Quarter Finalists
South Korea - 2002 - Semi Finalists
South Africa - 1998 - Group stage
England - 2014 - TBC
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