Tottenham’s Nike shirts aren’t all too bad (although the weird blue fade is quite strange this season), but back in the late 1980s their shirts were nothing short of spectacular.
In 1987, Spurs donned an absolute banger of a home shirt, created by the peak classic football shirt manufacturer: Hummel.
Tottenham may have been quite ropey that season (they finished 13th in the First Division, three points behind Southampton), but that kit simply oozed class.
Worn by future legends like Gary Mabbutt and Chris Waddle, this shirt is the ultimate Tottenham fan’s collector’s item.
Feast your eyes on this:
I mean, come on, it’s even got the gloriously iconic Holsten sponsor across the front. What more do you want from a football shirt?