Liverpool, 1993/94 (Adidas)
As worn by: Bruce Grobbelaar
What a shirt: all-black with a classy white trim, an embossed pattern that seems to be modelled on the mighty Adidas Tango ball, and it was worn by Brucie when he slapped Steve McManaman about the face. What more could you want?

Liverpool, 1993/94 (Adidas)

As worn by: Bruce Grobbelaar

What a shirt: all-black with a classy white trim, an embossed pattern that seems to be modelled on the mighty Adidas Tango ball, and it was worn by Brucie when he slapped Steve McManaman about the face. What more could you want?

Chelsea, 1993/94 (away) (Umbro)
As worn by: Dmitri Kharine
Surely the nadir of Umbro’s brief “turtleneck” phase, particularly when coupled with Kharine’s pyjama trousers.

Chelsea, 1993/94 (away) (Umbro)

As worn by: Dmitri Kharine

Surely the nadir of Umbro’s brief “turtleneck” phase, particularly when coupled with Kharine’s pyjama trousers.

thefootballshirtcollective:

Shirt of the day: Estonia, Lotto, 1996/7 courtesy of @fifa209
Source: classicfootballshirts.co.uk

Of course, the Aztecs and Estonia have a long, proud and deeply intertwined history.

thefootballshirtcollective:

Shirt of the day: Estonia, Lotto, 1996/7 courtesy of @fifa209

Source: classicfootballshirts.co.uk

Of course, the Aztecs and Estonia have a long, proud and deeply intertwined history.

Paraguay, circa 1996-97 (Reebok)
As worn by: Jose-Luis Chilavert
I’m pretty sure I saw this guy fighting Spider-Man once.

Paraguay, circa 1996-97 (Reebok)

As worn by: Jose-Luis Chilavert

I’m pretty sure I saw this guy fighting Spider-Man once.

England, 1996 (away) (Umbro)

As worn by: David Seaman, Tim Flowers

Well, we had to get to this one eventually. Mere words cannot do it justice, really. Oddly, I think the embellishment that really pushes it over the edge is the sock stripes…

Tottenham Hotspur, 1996/97. (Pony)
As worn by: Ian Walker, Espen Baardsen
As knitted by: Ian Walker’s granny.

Tottenham Hotspur, 1996/97. (Pony)

As worn by: Ian Walker, Espen Baardsen

As knitted by: Ian Walker’s granny.

England, 1994/95. (Umbro)

As worn by: Tim Flowers

Ah, yes. That “just been run over by a truck carrying Umbro diamonds” look. Class.

Arsenal, 1994/95. (Nike)

As worn by: David Seaman

The stars represent the remarkable achievement of being beaten by Nayim from the halfway line.

USA, 1993. (Adidas)
As worn by: Tony Meola
This shirt doesn’t actually look any better on a thin goalkeeper, in case you were wondering.

USA, 1993. (Adidas)

As worn by: Tony Meola

This shirt doesn’t actually look any better on a thin goalkeeper, in case you were wondering.

Liverpool, 1998/2000. (Reebok)

As worn by: David James, Sander Westerveld.

I actually own this one. Although that was largely so that I could cosplay as Wolverine in X-Force.

Chelsea, Luton Town, Ipswich Town, Nottingham Forest, Manchester City, Oldham Athletic, Sheffield United, Sheffield Wednesday, Aston Villa, 1991/92. (Umbro)

As worn by: Dave Beasant, Alec Chamberlain, Craig Forrest, Mark Crossley, Tony Coton, Jon Hallworth, Mel Rees (RIP), Chris Woods, Nigel Spink.

I should be annoyed that this generic template was worn by so many different clubs and players during the ‘91/’92 season, but I love it so much I can’t stay mad at it for long.

Ivory Coast, 1992. (Adidas)
As worn by: Alain Gouaméné
"Shit, I thought I was down to marshal the Grand Prix, not play in the African Cup of Nations."

Ivory Coast, 1992. (Adidas)

As worn by: Alain Gouaméné

"Shit, I thought I was down to marshal the Grand Prix, not play in the African Cup of Nations."

newrulesnewlife said: In the FA Cuo final/relegation season of 96/97, Middlesbroigh had an amazing leopardprint/neon green airbrush/black effort as modelled by Mark Schwarzer, Ben Roberts and Gary Walsh

Crikey. Sing it, Ben.

Sunderland (x2), 1994/96 (Avec)

As worn by: Alec Chamberlain, Shay Given

Let’s have a big hand for these guys. EH? EH? BIG HAND? GEDDIT?

princeo0o0o said: Jorge Campos?

The man could fill this Tumblr on his own, frankly.

He’ll be getting a few special posts at some point, but here’s one for now.