Brighton & Hove Albion’s iconic 'Skint' home shirt worn in the 2002/03 and 2003/04 seasons has made it onto Shortlist magazine’s list of their 40 coolest kits ever.
The shirt, brandishing Fatboy Slim’s dance label on the front, was donned by the 2004 Division Two play-off side and worn by club legends including Bobby Zamora, Danny Cullip and Gary Hart.
Here is the magazine’s description of the shirt, 'This shirt is cool on several levels. Firstly, it's a classic kit. Secondly, Skint - Fatboy Slim's dance label - were one of the coolest brands around, and Brighton-based to boot."
Click here to view the classic kit taking pride of place in the magazine’s gallery alongside some other iconic strips over the years.
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Another past Albion kit also made it onto a different Shortlist poll, but this time for not so flattering reasons, after being included in a list of the 50 worst football kits ever.
The shirt in question was the pink away strip from 1986, which included a white horizontal stripe, a space occupied by club sponsors Nobo, which did not go down well with the Goldstone faithful.
The pink shirt can be viewed here along with some other questionable kits which are best left forgotten by football fans.