In Pictures: The best and worst kits at Euro 2012

The European Championship is just around the corner and distinguishes between the trendy and the passe at the prestigious tournament
By Adam Scime

All 16 teams participating in Euro 2012 have unveiled their kits for the competition - some of the countries have stuck with traditional styles, while others have dared to push the fashion envelope by using different colours and designs. But are the changes for better or worse? choose five of the more fashionable and five of the more unsightly as we take you from the finest to the dreary in terms of style at this summer's competition.

Blended To Perfection | Croatia combine their traditional checkers with blue
Back in black | England have the same crest, but different colours

Brilliant Bleus | France's strip could prove la difference

Dutch pride | Sneijder looks impressed by the Oranje away kit

The hosts with the most | Poland will be looking suave on home soil

 Undesirable Danes | Denmark's red and white strip is far from stylish

Green with envy | Germany will be jealous of more attractive kits

Cross to bear | Portugal's European disappointment has already started!

The mundane in Spain | Xabi Alonso & Co should stick to red this summer

Not so Swede | Sweden's outdated kit belongs to a past era

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