6 Of The Worst Sporting Fashion Mistakes Ever

6 Of The Worst Sporting Fashion Mistakes Ever
By Balls Team Updated

What not to wear if...

If you win the Ryder Cup

When the US won the 1999 Ryder Cup they wore probably the ugliest shirts ever seen on a golf course.

Here's a close up in case your eyes are not burning already

If you are going to lose an FA Cup final

The losers in a final are rarely remembered. That is of course unless you wear all cream suits on the pitch before the game like Liverpool did for the 1996 FA Cup Final when they lost 1-0 to Man Utd.

If you can't operate zips

Arsene Wenger is one of the great managers the Premier League has ever seen but he does have his blind sports (like centre backs and goalkeepers.)

Also for a man who has continuous trouble with zips he persists with wearing jackets which have some of the longest zips known to man.

If you don't want to be 3-0 down to Southampton at half time

The Man Utd grey kit for the 1995/1996 season was voted the ugliest ever by Man Utd fans. The kit was blamed for Utd going 3-0 down to Southampton in an April 1996 Premier League game with the players saying they were unable to pick each other out from the background of the crowd.

If you don't want to be mistaken for John Daly on a golf course

Style and golf are two words which generally only feature in a sentence together which the word 'terrible' is also included.


Undoubtedly one of the individuals with the worse sense of fashion ever to set foot on a golf course is John Daly.

If you don't want to look like you are naked

Aussie discus thrower Ben Harradine in one of the most 'revealing' outfits ever seen on an athletics track.


If you don't want to make fashion mistakes like this then check out Jacamo.ie.


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