100 badges at the ready, no time limit for this one.
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You could argue that it doesn't really matter what you wear in football. Those people have clearly never seen the get-up that Mexico wore in the 1990s.
The truth is that football shirts are important and club badges mean a lot. Your very identity is wrapped up in a crest so it's no surprise that some of the most successful clubs in the world have great logos and great shirts. Other clubs… not so much.
Everyone has an opinion on the badges they like and don't like, too. It doesn't take a graphic designer to have a quick look at a ghastly drawing and know it's naff – equally, some crests are recognisable just by an iconic silhouette, with the finished thing looking like a thing of beauty.
We've taken 100 badges from around the world. Some of them belong to big clubs, others smaller clubs, while some belong to nations instead. We've removed the names of clubs in some cases, in others, we've even removed the initials. This one should get more difficult as you go along…
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Mark White has been at on FourFourTwo since joining in January 2020, first as a staff writer before becoming content editor in 2023. An encyclopedia of football shirts and boots knowledge – both past and present – Mark has also represented FFT at both FA Cup and League Cup finals (though didn't receive a winners' medal on either occasion) and has written pieces for the mag ranging on subjects from Bobby Robson's season at Barcelona to Robinho's career. He has written cover features for the mag on Mikel Arteta and Martin Odegaard, and is assisted by his cat, Rosie, who has interned for the brand since lockdown.