Class is forever! Spanish club unveils tuxedo jersey
Outside of the north-west of Spain, few football fans would have heard of Cultural Leonesa.
The Spanish third-tier side have unleashed a new tuxedo-print jersey that certainly puts the culture in their name.
According to the Mirror Online, the shirt was intended for use in pre-season before it's popularity made the club decide to keep it for the season.
Guess it's time to start pestering your favourite football stall to bring in this jersey.
While Leonesa's classy kit has been winning fans over, Spain has been churning out some similarly creative football kits recently.
Second-tier club CD Lugo recently unveiled two new jerseys - featuring a glass of beer and...er... an octopus tentacle.
The beer jersey is a nod to Lugo's main sponsor, local beer-makers Estrella Galicia, while the other design is inspired by the cephalopod's cuisine status in the Galician region.
Still, none of the shirts above have anything on Murcia-based La Hoya Lorca's awful away shirt from last season.
The shirt is supposed to reflect the region's principle export - brocolli.
At least La Hoya managed to gain promotion into the third tier last season.
Source: Mirror Online, Twitter