Of course, with so many people watching, teams have got to dress to impress.The Champions League is the chance for clubs to show off their kits on the biggest stage, but which team will have the best kit on display in Europe this season? talkSPORT.com have rated and ranked the home shirts for all 32 teams qualified for the 2018/19 Champions League, and you can see the results below… Stop with the gradients! Suffering from the same problems as Man United’s kit, even if Spurs at least have workable colours. 33 31. Manchester United 33 on target 27. Manchester City 33 19. Bayern Munich 33 33 33 30. Galatasaray 33 Atletico handed huge boost for Liverpool tie with Diego Costa returning from injury Guessing the printer smudged as PSG’s shirts were getting made? 33 33 Like Brugge, Inter mix blue and black excellently. They don’t even get marked down for their narrow stripes because of just how eye catching their famous sponsor is. 33 33 The colours don’t really go together which means Gala’s kits never look particularly great. BOOST 33 Real Madrid are the reigning champions having defeated Liverpool in last season’s Champions League final 33 33 Boringly dull and completely forgettable. 29. Tottenham Hotspur 20. Porto Top scorer in 2019: Messi, Mbappe and Sterling trailing Europe’s top marksman 1. Young Boys 7. PSV Eindhoven A classic design that will go down well every year. Still the hipster choice. 33 25. Viktoria Plzen Seemingly unable to decide whether it’s beautiful or horrible, this shirt falls somewhere towards the latter. The colour combination is woeful, but the horizontal stripes are awesome. So close to perfection, yet so far. 3. Crvena Zvezda 22. Real Madrid Blandness to the extreme. And a sponsor that is placed far, far too high. 18. Club Brugge Boringly dull and completely forgettable. That armpit-high green and white line takes a boring shirt and makes it rather brilliant. There’s something very militant about the design. 33 ready? Lucky enough to utilise a brilliant colour scheme, Dortmund are never not going to have good kits 17. Shakhtar Donetsk 33 28. Schalke 04 33 Aiming high The Champions League is coming ever closer with all 32 participants confirmed and the draw taking place later today.It is the pinnacle of European club football, and people from all across the globe are glued to every match of the competition. Brilliant colour, brilliant sponsor, and a pattern bizarre enough to be regarded as cool. Oh, and there’s a panther. Monaco will always rank high for having such an individual shirt design. 33 Brilliantly iconic, if slightly boring in relation to some of this year’s finer efforts. 5. Ajax 21. CSKA Moscow 33 Striking red and white stripes made even better by the inclusion of the white band across the front. It’s iconic for Shakhtar, but it would be nice to see them try something different for once. 33 33 24. Paris Saint-Germain 12. Lokomotiv Moscow Again, boringly dull and completely forgettable. At least the red is nice enough to earn some extra marks. The gold embellishment on this centenary kit turns another plain shirt into something of masterpiece 33 14. Internazionale Horrible logo, dreadful gradient and the mixing of two colours that hardly ever look good together. 32. Hoffenheim 15. Roma 9. Valencia 33 Liverpool set for Champions League boost as Takumi Minamino will be available 33 Classic colours but stripes that are few too narrow. 4. AEK Athens A nice use of stripes and a brilliant colour combination produce a striking effort. 33 26. Benfica Ancelotti tells fans he has Champions League dream for Everton Not as good as the shirt they wore last season, but Liverpool have still knocked it out the park with another retro effort. Another kit using something of a military theme, Lyon’s shirt is definitely one of the most eye catching in the competition. There’s something just so striking about CSKA’s red and blue combination. And the sponsor looks fantastic. The gold trim on the stripes ties Red Star’s shirt in brilliantly with their badge. This would take first place if only the sponsor was smaller. Eye catching colours in brilliantly sized stripes, though the sponsor looks a bit out of place. 10. Borussia Dortmund 33 33 33 33 6. Juventus 11. Liverpool 23. Barcelona 33 Improving on their usual efforts with the lovely narrow lines that extend from the centre of the shirt. 33 8. Lyon There’s something very 1980s about AEK’s kit, which can only be a good thing. This is how stripes should be done from now on. This is just such a classy design. Latest Champions League news 33 The faded chevrons turn a plain kit into something much, much nicer. 2. Napoli 16. Atletico Madrid 13. Monaco It might by plain, but Roma’s colour combination is just outstandingly beautiful. Now this is a shirt. The central stripes look amazing and contrast so well with the yellow, and the sponsor gives the kit a real 1970s vibe. What better way to celebrate a return to the European Cup than go seriously retro.