Five best and five worst Sheffield United kits - in pictures

Five best and five worst Sheffield United kits - in pictures
Five best and five worst Sheffield United kits - in pictures

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - SHEFFIELD UNITED BEST: 5) 2010/11 away: When they keep away from blinding neon for their away strips (see worst kits), the Blades have also produced some nice efforts. This black top with thin red pinstripes, trim and shorts is a good-looking kit from a miserable year when the club were relegated to the third tier for the first time in 23 years. Getty

4) 1993/95 away: Not beloved by all Blades supporters, apparently, but those people are clearly not the full starting XI. Granted, the fact they were relegated from the top-flight in the first season it was brought out is a reason for fans to want to blank it out. But from a purely aesthetic viewpoint, the pleasing mix of blues and turquoise with sash across the front make this a worthy effort. NO, YOU’RE WRONG. Getty

3) 1996/97 home: Hapless Avec redeem themselves after the previous campaign’s atrocity (see worst kits). Clean as a whistle red and white stripes, without even the black pinstriped favoured on many of their other home kits. Allsport

2) 2019/20 away: a belting kit to mark their return to the top-flight under manager Chris Wilder. An all-white top with silverish dotted effect running across, with red Adidas three stripes running down the side. A fitting outfit for a team sitting proudly seventh in the table and in the FA Cup quarter-finals. Getty

1) 1993/94 home: A good campaign home and away for the Blades and Umbro. Back to regular thicker red and white stripes after a few rogue years and I’m also a big fan of lace-up collars that the likes of Manchester United would also adopt around the same time. Did not deserve to go down wearing those strips. Getty

WORST: 5) 1989-91 away: The club’s regular dalliances with flourescent away kits have been a damaging, long-term affair. So let’s start at the beginning to when the sordid relationship began with this beacon of shame. Umbro have allegedly claimed this as the first ever neon football shirt. I can’t stand this up but am happy to point the finger of blame. Courtesy of Football Kit Archive

4) 1998-2000: Jump forward a decade and they’re still at it. Another retina-scorching neon yellow with matching shorts and socks. Infamously worn when Arsenal ignored unwritten sportsmanship rules to score the winner against the Blades in the FA Cup fifth round at Highbury in 1999. The match was declared void and a replay played. Arsenal won again. Getty

3) 2018-20 away: Still no lessons learnt all these years later. Top-to-toe neon yellow with only the black Adidas three stripe on the shoulder providing any resistance. Acceptable only if trying to avoid being run over by a lorry on a building site. Getty

2) 2015-16 home: Just because the colours were worn for a couple of years in the 1890s does not make it acceptable to abandon years of proper red and white stripes in this reckless manner 130 years later. Adidas would also have a - yes, you’ve guessed it - neon yellow away kit the same season. Poor. Getty

1) 1995/96 home: A top-class blunderstorm which manages to keep years of fluorescent nonsense off the top spot. Avec dispenses with tradition and taste with equal determination. Awful pattern, dire design, Magnificently bad. Getty

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