Our resident Instagram Fashionista GlamMissG is back and ready to judge the A-League fashions ahead of kick off in the 2019/20 season. If you are one of the football pundits who have lauded the kits for their traditional feel, this might not be the piece for you given GlamMissG’s belief that one person’s traditional is another person’s boring.
If not settle in and come with us as we run through the kits from worst to first.
11. Adelaide United
Ok we get it, you are the Reds but this is one boring piece of clothing.
10. Brisbane Roar
9. Melbourne City
There is more than one reason people chant there is only team in Melbourne. Boring.
8. Sydney FC
Slightly less boring with a nod to their state colours makes this a better proposition than Melbourne City’s drab effort.
7. Newcastle Jets
Finally a little effort from our Novacastrian friends even if it reminds more of afternoon’s watching Paul Harragon running around than Jets’ championship winning teams.
6. Perth Glory
Points for the purple but not much else to write home about with this effort.
5. Wellington Phoenix
Not sure if this truly represents the kind of ‘Rise of the Phoenix’ Conchita Wurst sings about but this yellow and black number deserves it’s mid table standing.
4. Central Coast Mariners
It’s appropriate, for a team best know for giant condiment bottles at one end of its home ground, that the Mariners look like walking mustard bottles.
3. Western Sydney Wanderers
Finally an attempt at some kind of design rather than some monochromatic use of boring colours. There is daylight between this one and fourth place on this list.
2. Western United FC
A sucker for green, I am a big fan of this choice from the A-League’s new boys. I am tempted to dock points though given how closely they resemble referees.
1. Melbourne Victory
While the Victory have done their very best to muck up their best asset, The Big V is still prominent enough to see this jersey get the nod ahead of the other ten teams designs.