We're not that huge on infographics here, but sometimes there's a good one that is both colorful and interactive enough for our simpleton brains. Like, this World Cup kit history put together by The Guardian, for example. Included are the uniforms of all of this year's 32 teams, as well as what their uniforms looked like every time they've appeared in the World Cup. Did you guys know the United States played in the World Cup before Italy did? Yeah, Italy wasn't even in this shit until they hosted the event back in 1934, while the U.S. got it popping off the rip at the inaugural 1930 tournament in Uruguay. SUCK IT, PRETENTIOUS SOCCER FANS. U-S-A! U-S-A! I BELIEVE THAT WE WILL WIN! Speaking of Uruguay, it's pretty safe to say that they had the freshest kits of all time in 1962 and '66, coming through in the no logo blue joints and black short shorts.