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The Definitive Ranking Of Every County's 2020 Home Jersey

The Definitive Ranking Of Every County's 2020 Home Jersey

Here at Balls, we love a good GAA jersey, but of course, not all jerseys are created equal.

So while we wait on the intercounty season to kick back into gear in a couple of months, we have looked at the 2020 home jerseys of all 34 counties, ranking them from worst to best.

Some of these may change if new designs are released before championship, so we'll update in due course but as of now, here's what we came up with.

2020 Home Jersey Ranking

34. Fermanagh

This one just doesn't do it for us. The white on the side on the jersey doesn't fit well.

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33. Donegal

It's not bad but as green and gold goes there are couple better.

32. Leitrim

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Nothing wrong with this in particular, but it just doesn't capture the imagination.

31. Carlow

This looks more like an ice lolly than a jersey.

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30. Longford

Blue and yellow is usually a winning combination, but this is a bit plain.

29. Roscommon

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The transition from yellow to blue is a bit on an eye sore.

28. Antrim

Not as bad as some other Antrim efforts but only if you're into the colour scheme.

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27. Laois

The flying V white stripe is  a love it/hate it feature.

26. Westmeath

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A nice shade of maroon but design could do with a little imagination.

25. Wicklow

It's an interesting effort and while it may seem it's actually the second highest of the predominately blue and yellow jerseys. Second highest out of ... three.

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24. Armagh

Suppose if you're into an orange jersey then it's grand.

23. Meath

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A nod to their old school design, it doesn't quite have the same magic.

22. London

One of London's better efforts.

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21. Down

A bit more black likely would have improved this one.

20. Derry

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We're starting to get into the better efforts now. This one from Derry is decent.

19. Louth

This is a nice jersey, but could have done with a little bit more white in the design. The sponsor fits in well.

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18. Monaghan

Don't mess with a classic.

17. New York

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We're big fans of the shade of blue across the shoulders.

16. Cork

Another classic, but lags a bit behind some of the others.

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15. Limerick

That's a jersey that can win you an All-Ireland!

14. Dublin

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Dublin have had nicer jerseys in the recent past, but this one is still decent.

13. Galway

Another classic that you don't mess with.

 

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12. Waterford

The only county with an Azzuri jersey, this is a very nice effort.

11. Clare

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This one has a bit of an old school feel.

10. Tyrone

We're entering into the elite offerings now. Tyrone always do well.

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9. Mayo

Mayo rarely go wrong and this is no exception.

8. Kildare

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Would be a hoor to keep clean but we're big fans.

7. Offaly

The nicest one Offaly have had in quite some time, it's amazing what a bit of white on the sleeves can do.

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6. Sligo

This is a beauty.

5. Kilkenny

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There's not much that can be done with a Kilkenny jersey, but the black finish at the top and bottom gives it a bit of extra style.

4. Tipp

This is another old school one, but it is done to perfection.

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3. Kerry

This is a bit more out there than other recent efforts from Kerry, but it works a treat.

2. Wexford

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Wexford jerseys can be very hit and miss, but this one is phenomenal. The collar is a nice touch and the simple two panel design can't be beaten. It's also a deep shade of purple, which really catches the eye.

1. Cavan

This is the cream of the crop.

The design in the background perfectly compliments the rich shade of blue, it has everything going for it.

SEE ALSO: Quiz: Name Every Current Senior Inter-County Football Manager

Gary Connaughton

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