Footie players look good scoring goals.
It's just their team shirts that can leave them looking terrible!
From shirts that look like sprouts to a kit that looks like the cat's been sick in the washing machine, chances are you've seen some awful kits yourself.
Well, now fans have decided enough is enough and have taken matters into their own hands by designing their own versions of classic footie shirts.
So if you reckon your team could do with a makeover, you might find a suitable new style here.
Man City superstars like Kevin De Bruyne and Sergio Aguero are top of the table in the Premier League and this mountain-themed team strip suggests a footie club at the peak of their powers.
Like a mountain peak.
See what they did there?
While Man City's shirt looks all powerful and stuff, Manchester United's kit has been reimagined with a burger logo pasted across the front.
We're not sure what you think, but wouldn't too much fast food make footie players a bit too slow?
When Red Devils star Alexis Sanchez orders a happy meal, he probably wants something a bit better than cold chips and a miserable milkshake.
All eyes will be on Chelsea stars Eden Hazard and N'Golo Kante with this kit, but do you really want a shirt covered plastered in peepers?
Sometimes footie players like to be unnoticed so you don't want to be wearing something that draws attention.
Not every redesigned kit is as crazy as Chelsea's.
This Arsenal outfit looks pretty normal to us, so you wouldn't be surprised to see Arsene Wenger's squad lining up in this kit.
But Arsenal fans will be asking - if you can redesign a footie shirt, why can't you redesign a footie team?
Jurgan Klopp's team may be winning plenty of games but they haven't won any fashion shows yet.
All that could change however if they started dressing a bit better - and this fan-made kit from Instagramer Settpace would be a good place to start.
Some people wear their hearts on their sleeve but what about wearing your ribs on your chest?
This skeleton-like Spurs shirt would give goosebumps to any side - which might not be a bad thing if you're hoping to beat a tough team.
And if that doesn't work, just save it for a spooky Halloween outfit.
How could Cristiano Ronaldo find a way to love himself even more than he does already?
By wearing this Kanye West-inspired outfit, of course!
Even the millionaires of Real Madrid could do with a hand restyling now and again.
Could you see Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez running around in this?
But with a camouflage kit like this, surely the superstar strikers would get lost on the pitch?
Fan-made footie shirts aren't simply for club sides.
But this Burberry-based England strip looks more like grandad's slippers than a top sports kit.
Then again, England actually play like they're wearing grandad's slippers so maybe this design isn't so out of place.