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The Top 10 Soccer Jerseys in History

  • The world's best soccer players are synonymous with the clubs at which they starred. Sometimes, though, the historic talents also sported legendary jerseys.Get more news about football training jacket ,you can vist futbolucl!

    Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi highlight the group of players to have starred for world football's greatest clubs that also happened to wear the sport's best kits. However, one of soccer's best jerseys emerged from an unexpected location in the mid-1990s. Jerseys from domestic clubs and international teams were considered for inclusion. The list is subjective.Diagonal stripes aren't uncommon. The chevron pattern isn't so unique. However, putting them together was a terrific idea. Tottenham Hotspur donned this jersey in the mid-1980s, and it was the club's first jersey manufactured by Hummel. The sponsor, Holsten, had jumped on board with the club earlier in the decade. Diego Maradona wore it during the testimonial for Osvaldo Ardiles in a 1986 friendly pitting Spurs against Internazionale.The United States hosted the 1994 FIFA World Cup and rode these denim-colored beauties to a spot in the knockout stages.

    Earnie Stewart netted a crucial goal against Colombia to give a much-needed three points to the U.S., who eventually advancing on goal differential. Brazil knocked out the United States in the round of 16 with a 1-0 victory, but these jerseys were a winner.During an excellent 1994 season for Verdy Kawasaki, the Japanese club sported a spectacular jersey. That year, Verdy won the J.League, as well as the J.League Cup, Super Cup and Sanwa Bank Cup. Verdy also finished third in the 1993-94 Asian Club Championship, which remains the club's all-time best finish.The orange jersey is a classic look for the Netherlands, and there are several quality options both before and after this staple of the 1970s.

    But the best design was the one sported at both the 1974 and 1978 World Cups. Orange, as always, is the dominant color, but the black stripes along the sleeves were a tremendous touch. The jersey is also untouched on the front beyond the crest—a better style than the one on the 1980 kit, which included a black outline.Worn at the 1998 World Cup, this jersey served as an elaborate nod to Mexico's traditions and culture. "Flashy" only begins to describe the design, which prominently features the Aztec calendar. ABA Sport was responsible for this intricate idea and executed it wonderfully. Though it didn't translate to success in France—Germany eliminated Mexico during the round of 16, the stage that has become the country's World Cup nemesis—El Tri did win the 1998 CONCACAF Gold Cup in the iconic jersey.