The kits keep on coming as today we welcome Ed Carter's choice of his favourite five World Cup shirts...
1. West Germany (1970, home)
2. Peru (1982, home)
3. Portugal (1966, home)
4. France (1986, away)
5. Soviet Union (1986, away)
The 1986 variant is my favourite one. Adidas' kit templates for the Mexico 86 tournament were a design classic worthy of any museum and this is one of my favourite of the bunch. And only in Gorbachev's Soviet Union would the national team wear such an extravagantly decorated kit, with a shiny shadow pattern woven into the otherwise clean and plain white kit. It's an outfit that says, "we admit we killed the Tsar but we're not giving up our nukes just yet".
Our thanks to Ed for his superb selections. If you want to follow Ed on Twitter, check out @Dotmund or visit his blogsite here.