Vote: Which club has unveiled the worst kit for the new season? Liverpool and Barcelona among the contenders...
Take part in our poll to find out the worst kit of the 2013/14 season
Replica shirts aren't just for fat blokes and kids that nag at their parents. They are also for mocking - at least judging by some of the offerings for the new season from teams across Europe.
We've compiled a shortlist of the 10 worst kits for the new season - ranging from La Liga to the Premier League.
Barcelona's boiled sweet effort and Liverpool's Christmas jumper are in the mix. While one club has included a pocket and another has a 'shirt and tie' effect.
We think they're all pretty terrible - but which is the worst of the lot? Take a look at the contenders by CLICKING HERE, and then vote in our poll below.
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