William Hill - Bet £10, Get £30 in Free Bets!

Goalkeepers are often described as strange breed.

And judging by some of the kits they have worn down the years, perhaps there’s some truth in it.

In our latest batch of worst football shirts, we focus entirely on the men between the sticks. And there were certainly plenty of possible contenders. In fact, so many, we’ll probably need another batch of horrific crimes against goalkeeper fashion in the future.

As always, sit back and ‘enjoy’.

Worst Football Shirts: Aston Villa 1993-95

Aston Villa 1993-95

Worst Football Shirts: Croatia 1996

Croatia 1996

Denmark 1992 as worn by Peter Schmeichel

Denmark 1992 as worn by Peter Schmeichel

England 1995-96, worn by David Seaman at Euro 96

England 1995-96, worn by David Seaman at Euro 96

Worst Football Shirts: Estonia 1996-97

Estonia 1996-97

Worst Football Shirts: Everton 2011-12

Everton 2011-12

Worst Football Shirts: Japan 1993-94

Japan 1993-94

Worst Football Shirts: Liverpool 1995-97

Liverpool 1995-97

Mexico 1994 as worn by Jorge Campos

Mexico 1994 as worn by Jorge Campos

Worst Football Shirts: Sunderland 1994-96

Sunderland 1994-96

Let us know what you think in the comments below or email your own worst football kit suggestion?

More ‘Probably the worst football shirts of all time’: Vol. #1 .. Vol. #2 .. Vol. #3 .. Vol. #5

Or would you like to contribute to the MatchDayApp Blog? If so, please take a look at our guest blogger guidelines and get in touch.


Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,