The 10 worst kits in English football for the 2018/2019 season

Arsenal’s new third kit has divided opinion among fans, but it is far from the worst strip revealed this summer.

While plenty of clubs have got it right and released some lovely shirts that fans are rushing out to buy, others have not.

Yahoo Sport have picked out what we think are the 10 worst kits in the Premier League and EFL ahead of the 2018/2019 season

<p>Not all kits released this summer have gone down well with fans</p>
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Not all kits released this summer have gone down well with fans

<p>Made by the Football Thai Factory Sporting Goods Company Ltd (who?), there is a lot going on with Donny’s away kit. Far too much going on, in fact. (DRFC website) </p>
10. Doncaster Rovers away kit

Made by the Football Thai Factory Sporting Goods Company Ltd (who?), there is a lot going on with Donny’s away kit. Far too much going on, in fact. (DRFC website)

<p>It might be inspired by the 50th anniversary of United’s European Cup win, but that does not mean it’s nice. A blue kit than shimmers in the light and looks more like tin foil. (MUFC website) </p>
9. Manchester United away kit

It might be inspired by the 50th anniversary of United’s European Cup win, but that does not mean it’s nice. A blue kit than shimmers in the light and looks more like tin foil. (MUFC website)

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<p>It’s quite hard to mess up light blue and dark blue quarters, yet Wycombe have managed it. The idea of incorporating the swan onto the kit is nice, yet it doesn’t work behind a bright red block sponsor. (WWFC website) </p>
8. Wycombe Wanderers home kit

It’s quite hard to mess up light blue and dark blue quarters, yet Wycombe have managed it. The idea of incorporating the swan onto the kit is nice, yet it doesn’t work behind a bright red block sponsor. (WWFC website)

<p>Brentford’s away kit is, erm, interesting. A brown kit with orange shoulders, it really is as bad as it stands. One website described it as a Jaffa Cake-inspired number. (Brentford’s website) </p>
7. Brentford away kit

Brentford’s away kit is, erm, interesting. A brown kit with orange shoulders, it really is as bad as it stands. One website described it as a Jaffa Cake-inspired number. (Brentford’s website)

<p>A bright pink shirt with some seriously busy patterns, Rochdale’s third kit was actually popular among fans. Why, we’re not sure. (Rochdale’s website) </p>
6. Rochdale third kit

A bright pink shirt with some seriously busy patterns, Rochdale’s third kit was actually popular among fans. Why, we’re not sure. (Rochdale’s website)

<p>Liverpool have tried to recreate their famous grey shirt from the 1980s and it’s gone horribly wrong. The New Balance version is ghastly. (Liverpool’s website) </p>
5. Liverpool third kit

Liverpool have tried to recreate their famous grey shirt from the 1980s and it’s gone horribly wrong. The New Balance version is ghastly. (Liverpool’s website)

<p>All three of Milton Keynes’ kits are questionable this season, none more so than their away one. A red kit with gold stripes is every bit as bad as it sounds. (MK Don’s website) </p>
4. MK Dons away kit

All three of Milton Keynes’ kits are questionable this season, none more so than their away one. A red kit with gold stripes is every bit as bad as it sounds. (MK Don’s website)

<p>Watford were applauded for giving all fans who attended all 19 away games a free kit, but they might be the only ones wearing this green number. It looks more like a goalkeeping strip than an away one and is not adidas’ finest work. (Watford’s website) </p>
3. Watford away kit

Watford were applauded for giving all fans who attended all 19 away games a free kit, but they might be the only ones wearing this green number. It looks more like a goalkeeping strip than an away one and is not adidas’ finest work. (Watford’s website)

<p>A regular theme this year, a team trying to recreate a retro classic, but it has not worked. Blue with a white and green trim – oh dear. (WAFC’s website) </p>
2. Wigan home kit

A regular theme this year, a team trying to recreate a retro classic, but it has not worked. Blue with a white and green trim – oh dear. (WAFC’s website)

<p>When a kit’s colours are lime and purple, you know it is going to be garish. A mainly purple kit with a bright green slash across the chest is horrible. (BCFC’s website) </p>
Bristol City third kit

When a kit’s colours are lime and purple, you know it is going to be garish. A mainly purple kit with a bright green slash across the chest is horrible. (BCFC’s website)

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