Throughout the early 1990s, Tottenham’s kits were a work of art.
The Holsten-sponsored, Umbro-made kits made Paul Gascoigne, Teddy Sheringham and Jurgen Klinsmann look even more spectacular than they already were.
But between 1991 and 1994, Spurs created some of their best ever kits.
They went for the classic white as their home shirt, a punchy yellow for their away kit, and a kit that defies belief for their third strip.
The awe-inspiring Spurs kit (on the right above) is a sky-blue masterpiece with navy lettering and, the cherry on the icing, a magnificent “SPURS” printed into the shirt’s fabric, running behind the Umbro logo and the club crest.
But when you think back to great Tottenham kits over the years, you probably don’t think of this masterclass in kit manufacturing from Umbro.
A forgotten classic.