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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - NORWICH CITY BEST: 5) 2012/13 away: I’m a big fan of all black kits livened up by brightly coloured trim. This time it’s subtle hints of Norwich yellow and green home colours that does the business. Getty
4) 2019/20 home: Returning to the top-flight with a fine home effort for the Carrow Road faithful. The yellow to green faded effect works a treat and would be sported by Teemu Pukki when the Finn blew away Newcastle with a blistering hat-trick at the start of the season. Getty
3) 2016/17 away: In stark contrast to the abysmal third strip (see worst kits), the same season’s dark green away is a lesson in restraint from Errea. Dominated by the dark green but with a simple classic Norwich yellow and green stripe running down the front of the top and shorts. Getty
2) 2018/19 away: Although bafflingly billed as being inspired by the 1989/92 away top (see No 1 best kit) that - apart from being white - this looks absolutely nothing like. That’s not to say it’s not a fine effort from Errea. A clean white kit with a single yellow and green stripe crossing diagonally down the top and green trim in a season where Norwich powered to the Championship title. Getty
1) 1989-92 home: a vintage spell from Asics, who produced home and away strips sporting the same design. The home gets the nod over the white away, with the green stripes going across the top of classic Norwich yellow. This is Robert Fleck, Dale Gordon and Co in their pomp and a lovely kit. Gettty
WORST: 5) 1994-96 away: Very strong contenders throughout from the Canaries. A real battle of the blunders. We will kick off with this Mitre number from the mid '90s whose pattern hints at ‘old office carpet’. It also reminds me of those magic eye illusions where a 3D image pops out at you if you stare at it long enough. That doesn’t happen here, though, so it’s a missed trick from Mitre. Courtesy Football Kit Archive
4) 2018/19 third: Oooof. This a bad one alright from Errea. An all-too common error committed, on multiple occasions, is using cornea-eroding neon colours. When will they learn? Fluorescent green clothing is only acceptable when jogging/cyling in the dark or when helping guide small children across busy roads. A look finished off by the horrible dark green criss-cross pattern on front. Getty
3) 1996/97 away: Unless you are the Dutch national team, orange kits are tough to pull off. To be fair, this could have been even worse if the person in charge of stripes not given up right at the start of his job. Instead, traffic cone orange is left to dominate and we only imagine the horrors that might have been. Courtesy Football Kit Archive
2) 1992-94 home: A notorious Ribero kit that has only been denied top spot on a technicality. An abstract misuse of Norwich’s colours worn during a fabulous period in the club’s history. A time of Jeremy Goss volleys, Mark Robins goals and European adventure will always be tarnished by the “bird poo” kit. Getty
1) 2016/17 third: A deserved top of the bottom for the ludicrous decision to want to recreate the awful home kit of the early 90s. Yellow has given way to white, but it is a faithful reproduction of an abysmal strip. Getty
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