Ranked! Every kit at Euro 2016: which gets your vote?
30. Czech Republic, away
We challenge you to be excited by this kit.
29. Germany, home
Ditto. Die Mannschaft must have a sober home kit, of course, but without striped sleeves (Adidas have moved them to the flanks on several of their designs) it’s oddly drab – or classic, depending on your tastes.
28. Wales, away
And here’s why many supporters favour a classic look. Wales fans are divided over this effort. We quite like it, but must deduct points for lacking traditional Welsh colours and – as with the home kit and both of Northern Ireland’s – including a collar that’s simultaneously a V-neck and, when folded back, a crew neck. Odd.
27. Switzerland, home
The three logos battling for space on one stripe is a little undignified (not an issue for the Swiss away kit, higher in this list), although there’s some nice sleeve work on display.
— Lee 'Kitman' Tattam (@TheK17man) November 9, 2015
26. Slovakia, away
Slovakia suffer the same agonising dilemma: a triple logo melée. On the other hand, the colour balance and barcode effect work nicely.
— Football Fashion (@footballfashion) February 10, 2016
25. Wales, home
Welshmen were much happier with this classic design. Timeless, certainly, but it doesn’t set our pulses racing – plus the reversion to white shorts is a shame.
24. Republic of Ireland, home
Umbro have gone all out, with orange trim and a Gaelic-style font. Shame about the collar, which looks out of place.
23. Portugal, home
Unfussy if unspectacular, Portugal’s home strip features a smooth green stripe continuing from shirt to shorts. As with their change strip, however, the breastplate motif is a bit invasive.
22. England, away
England’s second kit is similar to Portugal’s first, but with a more pleasing – if not particularly English – colour combination.
21. Sweden, home
It’s nice enough, but misses Adidas’s traditional shoulder stripes.