England’s 2022 World Cup kits have received a mixed reception, let’s put it like that.
While each and every fan has their own opinion on the new designs pumped out by Nike, the moral of the story is that the away shirt is a big hit but that the home version isn’t popular at all.
The writing has been on the wall for some time now with a series of leaks making fans feel nervous about what they can expect the Three Lions to wear in most of their games this winter.
New kits for Qatar 2022
And the gist of things is that the new home shirt with its blank white torso and ombre spectrum of blue on the shoulders has not gone down well at all with the majority of supporters.
As such, many are pigeonholing it as one of the worst jerseys that will be on display at Qatar 2022, but is that genuinely the case?
Well, although judging football kits is ultimately a completely subjective exercise, the fascinating website that is Football Kit Archive allows us to average out all those differing opinions.
That’s because their vast database of shirts past, present and future comes with an option for users to rate each and every design out of five stars depending on how much they like it.
That, in turn, will be aggregated to create an overall score of how that strip has been received, thus taking us as close as possible to an objective measure for which shirts are the best and worse.
Worst-rated 2022 World Cup kits
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