The tournament is underway and Brazil are already being booed off.
Football at the Olympics always offers up some cracking games (Nigeria beat Japan 5-4 this morning in case you missed it), some future stars, and some major upsets, so while we wait for the tournament to get into the serious stages, we thought it was time to check out some of the jerseys on show.
For nations like Portugal, Argentina, Nigeria, and France, the jersey hasn't changed at all bar swapping the national FA's logo for an Olympic logo, but there have been drastic changes for other teams, such as Sweden's kits being supplied by H&M. Yes, really, H&M.
Here are some of the most noteworthy jerseys you'll see in Rio this month.
First thing's first, Fiji look awesome!
Fantastic. We're delighted that they have kept their tradition of having awesome rugby jerseys alive for football too. It's not often you see a BLK jersey outside of rugby, but we'd like to see more judging by this.
And yes, Sweden's jerseys are made by H&M
Clearly due to Sweden's team sponsor not wanting Umbro jerseys for the football teams, they have had to think outside the box. And they are as bland as most of the stuff you see in H&M.
Argentina just replaced the AFA logo with an Olympic one
And it still looks cool, a great jersey, no need to change it.
Iraq got creative, with some very cool results.
Two awesome templates make for some of the best jerseys around.
Germany somehow look more German with the new logo.
A strong look for 'Die Mannschaft'.
The hosts have kept it classic.
Absolutely no need to change from the norm.
The honduras logo continues to amuse us.
A massive 'H'. Decent jersey too.
And finally, we're liking Korea's design by Nike.
Son Heung-min looking delighted with it there.
So there's the pick of the jerseys on offer, now it's time to see who will take home the gold.