Throughout World Cup history, there have been many different players that have worn some unique kits, from the classic Brazilian yellow and blue kit to Croatia's "flag kit" in 1998.
Some have been great—but others have been eyesores on the pitch.
With that in mind, here is my list of the 10 worst football kits in World Cup history.
Even though it clearly was inspired by the Croatian flag, this kit reminded me of an outdoor picnic with the red and white checker design, which then mysteriously goes away on the left hand side of the kit.
The jersey worked for Croatia, as they finished third overall in the 1998 World Cup.
Even though they had yet to win an international fixture going into the 1930 World Cup, Bolivia decided to play homage to the host Uruguay with their kit. Of course Bolivia were miserable in the World Cup, losing by 4-0 scores to Brazil and Yugoslavia to get eliminated.
The 2006 World Cup was overall a success for Ecuador as they made their way into the Round of 16 before bowing out to England.
But their kit did not deserve to do that well, it looks like something that a little kid drew (at least the two lines on the bottom left hand corner).
Not the first time that Germany will appear on this list, but their 1994 World Cup kit was terrible.
I do not understand the bizarre bird feather design around the neck and on the bottom of the shorts. And after winning the World Cup in 1990, Germany bowed out in the quarterfinal to Bulgaria.
Overall, the Cameroonian kit for the 2002 World Cup was not necessarily that bad, but there was of course one problem—it did not have sleeves.
Cameroon found themselves with the possibility of not being allowed to compete in the World Cup without putting sleeves on their "vests." Reluctantly, they added black sleeves but were still eliminated from the World Cup in the group stage.
Most notably worn during their semifinal victory over English, West Germany once again come onto this list for a pastel green kit with some strange line designs.
Overall, West Germany did bulk the trend of terrible kits by being able to win the World Cup, but they did not win with style.
And now we move to the 1994 World Cup once again as the United States make an appearance.
This "stars and stripes" kit was a major inspiration for the Croatian kit used in 1998, and of course it has the stars on this kit that are similar to the ones on the American flag.
But with this denim look, it really is painful to look at as the USA, even though the Americans were able to make it to the second round wearing this.
As a young Cuauhtemoc Blanco showed in this photo, Mexico decided to have the face on an Aztec God on their kit for this World Cup.
Overall, lots of effort went into it, but with that face staring you down, it still is one of the scariest kits I have ever seen. But that fear factor did not help the Mexicans as they were eliminated by Germany in the round of 16.
As Luis Enrique is modeling this horrid Spanish kit, lets take a look at what appears to be a mirror image of the German kit used in the same World Cup.
With the bizarre "feathers" on the side and also on the shorts, Adidas really showed some originality on this kit without question. Similarly to Germany, Spain crashed out early in the World Cup, getting eliminated by Italy in the quarterfinals.
For this kit, the shirt clearly was not the problem. But instead, it had to be the shorts that Roy Aitken is sporting here. I am still trying to figure out if that is a fanny pack or a big navy blue stripe on them, but this is one kit that I never want to see again. Scotland were eliminated in the group stage in this World Cup.