A lot of sports fans show their team pride with what they wear. Be it a jersey, a hat or pair of shorts with the team name inexplicably emblazoned across the caboose, it all gets the job done.
That’s how some sports fans do it. There are others who prefer to display their team pride by what they choose not to wear. After all, what message isn’t magnified by partial nudity?
Here are some sports fans who say it all by wearing almost nothing at all.
It’s funny that a man can be technically covered from the neck down, yet be ridiculously overexposed at the same time. Such is the case for this Oklahoma State fan.
That orange bodysuit is stretched perilously thin, leaving nothing to the imagination. And the underwear really just adds to the graphic nature of the whole look.
Nothing says “I love my country” like taking its flag and wrapping it around parts of your body that you’re not allowed to expose in public.
It looks like these two Spanish soccer fans are wearing a little something under their flags, but a very little something.
Is there a law in Spain that requires everyone who watches World Cup soccer in public to wear their bathing suit?
Now these are the kind of girls you marry. You won’t have to decide between spending time together and going to a football game. You can spend time together at a football game.
While she’s wearing a bikini, despite frigid cold temperatures.
Apparently these SMU fans have heard that people lose most of their body heat through their heads, which would explain why they decided to go shirtless, but with bundled up domes.
Too bad that's actually a myth. Whatever though, the real issue here is the amount of pelvic bone that guy on the right is showing.
These Seton Hall basketball fans were so hyped up for a game against Auburn that they couldn’t keep their pants on. Literally…no pants whatsoever.
Let’s just hope they won because this scene would be a whole lot worse if those boys were crying. You never want to deal with someone crying in their underwear.
Female fans can’t really get away with the same things as male fans when it comes to partial nudity. They’d be arrested if they showed up dressed like those Seton Hall fellas.
These Notre Dame fans are showing about as much skin as possible without attracting unwanted attention from law enforcement.
The University of Wyoming mascot is Cowboy Joe, who you’d have to think would be vehemently opposed to Mr. Got Beer’s old-man-stuffed-into-a-surprisingly-tight-barrel look.
Am I the only one wondering if barrels and kilts have the same anything goes policy for undergarments? Hopefully not because I’m really disgusted with myself and misery loves company.
The University of Florida may have had a nightmare from hell kind of season in 2013, but at least they’ve still got a pretty good grip on the scantily clad female fan situation.
Or…at least they did back when Tim Tebow was rushing for all those touchdowns in the Swamp. Wonder if their opinion on the Gamecocks has evolved since the Gators have been in the gutter?
The Galaxy may be the high-profile soccer team in Los Angeles thanks to David Beckham’s stint there, but something tells me you’ll remember Chivas USA after this.
Unfortunately it’ll have nothing to do with soccer and everything to do with the way these fans are displaying their team colors.
These Nebraska fans found the best possible solution for when you really want to go to a game topless, but you don’t want your bare chest to give the wrong impression about your level of devotion.
That being said, a painted-on jersey does not a shirt make. And the corn cob head doesn’t do much to minimize all the skin these boys are showing.
It looks like this rugby fan is using everything in her arsenal to get the attention someone, maybe an athlete on the field, in front of her.
Let’s just hope she’s not trying to get the attention of a bunch of children or something. When kids are involved, taking off your clothes is never advisable.
I’ve seen a lot of photos of a lot of fans over the years and if there’s a fanbase more routinely undressed (and painted orange) than that of Oklahoma State, I have yet to find it.
Usually they aren’t nearly as pleasing to the eye as this. You’re welcome for sparing you a lot of very large, very undressed men.
This may be one of sports’ greatest mysteries. After a recent defeat of Indiana, a fan on a Syracuse message board posted this photo of a Hoosiers fan who had inexplicably stripped down and sobbed in the final minutes of the game.
Naturally she attracted the attention of everyone around her because…well…she was acting like a crazy person. Eventually she got herself together, re-dressed and went on her not-so-merry way.
The Brazil soccer fan is sporting what she probably thinks are shorts, but what any male related to her would likely insist are underwear.
Although, I guess from the looks of it they are, in a way, underwear.
These USA soccer fans sure managed to add another, very disturbing, layer to their already questionable state of undressed.
I’ll never be able to unsee this…and now neither will you.
This shapely German frau was on hand for the public viewing of a game against Argentina during the 2010 FIFA World Cup.
Something tells me the game wasn’t the only thing being viewed in public that day.
This is just how they do it in Chicago. They don’t eat all those deep dish pizzas and hot sausage sandwiches for nothing.
The Bears fans may not be hibernating this winter, but it looks like they spent the summer “stocking up” for the season.
Never has a shirtless man at a sporting event felt so graphically underdressed than this man at the Sky Bet Championship match between Watford and Sheffield.
Thankfully the photo cuts off before the waist, but I really wouldn’t be surprised if he wasn’t wearing pants either. He looks that aggressive.
What is it about these Green Bay girls? They certainly don’t look any better physically equipped to handle the extremely frigid Wisconsin winters.
I guess they’ve got a very thin layer of cheese insulating them right below their skin.