They’ve also found time to compile the top 10 worst football kits of all time, based on a survey of one thousand UK footie fans.
In first place is the 1992-93 season home shirt for Hull City, whose creator took their “tigers” nickname too literally.
In third place, a variety of strips used by Mexico in the 1990s.
In fourth to tenth place in the hall of shame:
4. 1990-1991 Arsenal Away Shirt: the “bruised banana” kit.
5. 1992-1993 Norwich City Home Shirt – known to fans as the “Bird Poo Kit”
6. 1992-1993 Birmingham Home Shirt – all blue speckled affair.
7. 1992-1993 Wolverhampton Wanderers Home Shirt – lovely multicoloured smears across the top
8. 2004-2005 Cameroon Home One Piece Kit – skin tight green and orange one piece.
9. 2007-2008 Chelsea Away Shirt – luminous yellow… nice.
10. 1989-91 Liverpool Away Shirt – grey, again.
Fashion designer and football fan Wayne Hemingway said, “Some of these kits give the world of design a bad name, but maybe they didn’t come from the hand of a designer. As a Blackburn fan I completely agree with the number two choice and what were Hull thinking of? Maybe they wanted to become competition to that god-awful Tight Fit cheesy pop group and do their version The Tiger Sleeps Tonight? The new Chelsea away kit is pretty eye catching, and “pretty” is a good term — this fluorescent material would make a pretty frock. And if you’re watching them on Sky Sports HD make sure you’ve got some dark sunglasses because that colour will literally jump off the screen.”