For the past five years, Aberdeen librarian Joe Johnston has been collecting football shirts from around the world.
His goal is to have shirts from all 209 footballing nations with FIFA registration.
Johnston's collection started with an Argentina away shirt (left) for the 2010 World Cup, and ever since then he's been trawing eBay, foreign football associations, and other establishments to get all the shirts he needs – such as the natty Papua New Guinea kit on the right.
Plus a few more.
His love of football shirts has also seen him pick up kits from a number of non-FIFA-designated regions, such as Catalonia (left) and Gibraltar (right).
His quest has given Johnston a keen eye for what goes into an exquisite football garment.
"My love for football developed in the 1990s," he said, "so I've got a real soft spot for those really loud, over-the-top designs."
Among his favourite designs to date in his collection are his DR Congo, Tajikistan, and Scotland Euro '96 kits. "Stick a big picture of a lion's head on the front and cram in as many colours as possible," he said. "I didn't get into this to have 209 dull, plain shirts."
But his wallet has taken a bit of beating.
But when you end up with world sport stories as good as his, it's worth it.
In his quest to get shirts from a number of smaller sporting nations, he's been collecting match-worn shirts and linking up with other football shirt collectors.
"I've has so much help from a guy called Eric over in Canada," he said, "and Sascha in Germany, who actually drove all the way to Scotland with his girlfriend and stayed with me, and Nick Warrick in England and a few other guys too."
He's also got his hands on a number of rare shirts, including an Azerbaijan under-17s shirt (left) that was once owned by the pope and a fake Malawi shirt picked up in the David James bankruptcy auction.
Not to mention one of the most enviable sporting wardrobes in the world.
He's quite close to completing his collection now and could do with your help.
The very last shirts remaining for Johnston's collection are Syria, Central African Republic, Comoros, Congo Djibouti, Madagascar, Mauritania, and Sudan. If you can help him out, contact him on Twitter @GlobalObsession.