Worst kits in sport: Spanish side release tuxedo-style home kit
One of the most bizarre strips that sport has ever seen
Wednesday 23 July 2014
And the award for the worst kit of the season goes to...
You may have thought your teams' new kit for the upcoming season was bad but rest assure it's not the worst, not by a long shot.
That award goes to Spanish third-tier side, Cultural y Deportiva Leonesa, who will be playing their home games in a bizarre tuxedo-style shirt.
The kit is complete with a mock bow-tie and buttons to add up to surely one of the most unusual kits ever seen in professional sport.
People say that Andrea Pirlo and Dimitar Berbatov are so cool they could play in suits but this is ridiculous!
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