The World Cup evokes some strong memories—both good and bad.
Whether it's Bobby Moore on the shoulders celebrating in 1966, Johan Cruyff's turn in 1972, Frank Rijkaard spitting at Rudi Voller in 1990, Bebeto and his "rock the baby" celebration in 1994 or David Beckham's infamous kick on Diego Simeone in 1998.
With these memories come flashes of colours associated with the kits our heroes wore, be it the orange of Holland, blue of Italy or yellow of Brazil, for example.
The Guardian today released an interactive guide to all World Cup kits throughout the tournament's history worn by the 32 teams taking part this year. Using this guide, we list the top five worst World Cup kits of all time.
Word of warning—please only proceed if you wish to feel shocked, appalled and physically sick.