Newcastle – 1996
I‘d love it if we beat them” echoed a city’s desire to overthrow a dominant Manchester United side and win their first title since 1927. It didn’t happy, but damn, they were close.
Argentina – 1986
The classic sky blue and white lines have never looked cleaner with this Le Coq Sportif World Cup-winning shirt. Although Maradona’s hand of God antics happened in their blue away jersey, it was this classic number that took home the World’s greatest prize.
Hamburger SV – 1978
A Bundesliga title, two European Footballer of the Year awards and a European Cup final accumulated in a successful three-year stint in Germany for Keegan. The shirt he donned for most of it wouldn’t look out of place paired with some bell bottoms in a Hamburg bar.
Brazil – 1998
Rarely do Brazil get it wrong with their home shirt, combining classic yellow with dashes of blue and green to emulate the colours of their iconic flag. Their 1998 effort, however, has to take the crown with its clean lines and immaculate badge and logo placing.
Germany – 1990
Germany really got it right in 1990. They won their 3rd World Cup in Italy, beat bitter rivals England on penalties (Obviously and albeit in their equally fetching mint green away jersey) and Franz Beckenbauer became the first to win the World Cup as a player as well as a manager.