This week Liverpool FC unveiled their away kit for the upcoming 2013/14 season and, by the looks of it, it must have been designed by an Everton or Manchester United fan.
Even Liverpool fans have been slating the kit that looks like it's based on a screenshot from a smashed-up Nokia 3210.
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers, however, doesn't think the kit's as bad as the seeing world thinks it is (or at least he isn't allowed to say that he thinks it is). According to the Daily Mail, Rodgers says:
"The fact that glimpses of the club’s history appear in this kit is a really nice touch from Warrior."
We can only assume that he means it captures Liverpool's history by starting off quite bright, but ends up shattering into darkness.
We've all laughed at the ugly strips of the 70s, 80s and 90s, like Hull City's tacky tiger print kit, Manchester United's "invisible" kit or Steve Bruce's face, but kit manufacturers haven't learned their lesson, as demonstrated by Liverpool's latest hate crime of an away kit.
So in this article, we're bringing you the 20 worst football kits since the turn of the century.