The European Championships have always been considered one of the most enticing footballing events in any true fans calendar. Since its formation in 1960, nine different countries have lifted the famous trophy, earning bragging rights for the following two years.

However aside from the brilliance on the field, another contentious point of the tournament is the kit design from each country. Traditionally, Italy have spearheaded the charge for the best kit of the tournament with their sleek and fashionable designs, but this year is different. 

Strong kit designs from Nike have seen solid submissions from the French and English national sides, as well as Turkey’s kit, which looks like it’s come straight out of a Spiderman comic book.

The Italians are well represented again, of course, as their skin-tight Puma kit combines an all blue colour scheme with subtle vertical stripes. 

Another notable mention goes to Sweden, their simple yet effective Adidas kit is a throwback to the days of Kennet Andersson and Tomas Brolin’s mullet. 22 years on from their third place finish at the 1994 World Cup, Zlatan Ibrahimovic will be hoping for something special in what is most likely his final major tournament for his country.

Take a look below and decide which kit you think is the best ahead of this summer’s highly anticipated Euro 2016.

24. Hungary – Group F

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23. Austria – Group F

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22. Iceland – Group F

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21. Portugal – Group F

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20. Sweden – Group E

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19. Ireland – Group E

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18. Italy – Group E

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17. Belgium – Group E

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16. Czech Republic – Group D

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15. Spain – Group D

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14. Croatia – Group D

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13. Northern Ireland – Group C

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12. Poland – Group C

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11. Ukraine – Group C

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10. Germany – Group C

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9. Slovakia – Group B

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8. Wales – Group B

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7. Russia – Group B

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6. England – Group B

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5. Switzerland – Group A

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4. Turkey – Group A

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3. Albania – Group A

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2. Romania – Group A

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1. France – Group A

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