Third jerseys are a way for teams to step a little bit outside the box and show some creativity with their kits. Whether it's a nod to an old-school kit, a significant event in the club's history, or just a completely off-the-wall take, it's a chance for clubs to really do something special. Sometimes it works, and sometimes... well, you'll see.
The worst. Of the worst. Look, even Raheem Sterling is praying that he never has to wear this kit again.
Man, it's bad. It's really, really bad. It's so bad, Liverpool's own players can't even muster the enthusiasm to appear happy to wear it for the picture. You will most certainly walk alone if you're wearing this one.
Who ordered the sherbet? And why? Roma has had some absolutely beautiful classic kits over the years, but this one? It's not the one.
Nope. I showed this to an unnamed co-worker and the term "modern-day C-3PO" was thrown out. Nuff said.
This could be multiple flame emojis if it wasn't for how much they overdid it with the lime green. Unfortunately, they did, and this looks awful.
See: Inter Milan. The jersey alone isn't bad, but when you couple it with the rest of the ensemble, it ends up looking more like a tall glass of Baja Blast than a real, actual professional team's kit.
Extremely Meh. That's pretty much how you could describe Milan's existence over the last 7 years, and it perfectly sums up this kit.
Juventus' nickname is the Zebras, and adidas went literal with the third jersey this year. It's not bad, but it's just a liiiiittttle bit off.
The lines on this Real Madrid kit are extremely clean, and it has a strong, industrial look. It's not the best out there, but it sure isn't the worst.
"Just don't screw it up" seems to be the motto for this year's Chelsea third jersey. Last year's all-black effort was stunning, and this year's is clean and simple. It won't wow anyone, but it won't make you gag either.
See: Chelsea. Bayern's third still sports their classic red white and blue, and it's a simple, clean kit that doesn't disappoint.
For Leicester's first year in Europe, Puma hooked them up with a beautifully clean pinstriped jersey and simple white shorts. It works. It just works.
Just about anything's better than the kits Manchester United fans have had to endure over the last couple years, and this classic white does the job. The shoulder accents are a nice touch on an extra clean kit.
This year's Celtic third kit is a nod to their famous 1967 European Cup victory over Inter Milan, where the ticket stubs were, you guessed it, bright pink. The jersey itself is a beautiful bright hue with a classic collar and accents. This is how you honor the past.
Lazio's famous sky blue colors lend themselves to a beautiful kit, and this year's kit from Macron is no different.
If you're going to use highlighter colors, you've got to wield them wisely. Arsenal's third kit this year does it perfectly, beautifully combining the muted navy base with exactly the right amount of melt-your-face lime green to really catch the eye.
Just the right blend of classic and contemporary makes this Marseille kit a joy to look at.
Every year PSG has some of the best kits in Europe, and this is no exception. There's something special about an all-white uniform done right, and this is an all-white uniform done. Right.
Deportivo La Coruña
Depor's 110-year anniversary kits are absolutely stunning. From the shimmery steel grey to the subtle accents, it's just perfect.
West Ham United
It's tough to screw up an all-black kit. And when you really get it right, you get an effort like this fantastic "Thames Ironworks" uniform Umbro blessed the Hammers with this year. This is absolutely the best of the best.