Is the Hull City 1993-94 kit the worst in English football history?

Hull City may be known as the Tigers, but this was taking it to a whole new level.

Known for their orange kits (and that awful ‘mauled by the Tigers’ chant they do when they’re winning), Hull went fully rogue in the 1993-94 season with their home kit.

Just let this bad boy sink in:

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To be fair, although the kit was pretty hideous, the originality behind its design should be lauded.

No two kits were the same, as the pattern printed on the shirt worn by the likes of Dean Windass was completely random.

And, although the club were utterly ridiculed by rival fans that season (and pretty much every rundown of awful football kits includes this one), they’re selling for an absolute packet these days.

They’re rare and totally unique, which probably explains why a team Division Two side’s home shirt is fetching so much cash all these years on.

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2 thoughts on “Is the Hull City 1993-94 kit the worst in English football history?

  1. Orange ???
    We’re not Blackpool , try amber
    Get your facts right mate if your gunna rip on a team , most of us loved it , unique and a bit of a laugh and still been talked about 24 years later. U.T.T

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