Halloween or All Hallows’ Eve was celebrated by all the famous footballers in style as they dressed up in different costumes to embrace the Halloween spirit.
As the calendar hits October 31 every year, it is the time when footballers leave their jerseys and dress up for Halloween. This year, there was no exception as well.
Halloween is a very famous practice that has great significance in popular culture. But instead of celebrating this day as a holiday, all the famous footballers tried out the bad and the ugly of fancy dresses.
Every year, fans are eager to see how their favouite players celebrated this special day, and how did they dress up on this occasion. Football stars’ costumes for Halloween are shared on social media, and we are going to see a handful of footballers who shared their funky costumes.
Mario Gotze’s Halloween Costume
2014 World Cup-winning hero Mario Gotze shared a Super Mario outfit with his son, without a pounce of fear. Halloween is all about fun and creativity, but also the outfit needs to be scary. Gotze’s Super Mario does not look scary.
Erling Haaland’s Lack of Dressing Sense
English Premier League defenders are indeed scared of Erling Haaland. But that does not mean he has a good fashion sense about Halloween. Haaland has a nickname “The Terminator”. But the Norwegian did not share his Halloween costume. He rather preferred to share a photoshopped pic of himself with a cyborg special effect on it. Maybe he has no idea what Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Terminator looks like. But the graphic deserves some praise. But he later posted a Viking look with a massive axe in his hand.
Casemiro at Scary Movie
Manchester United’s newcomer, Casemiro has dressed up like a classic Scary Movie outfit. If he did not share it from his own Twitter, we would never be able to guess the star behind the mask. Though his costume lacks effort, he has a Halloween fashion sense.
Neymar The ‘R’ Rated
Brazilian superstar Neymar has shared his spooky cowboy-looking outfit with his friend which had spots of blood all over the body. A little bit scary for the kids.
Neymar’s teammate Sergio Ramos has scared his off-field opponents as well. He dressed up like Pennywise from Stephen King’s 1986 horror novel ‘It’. He is looking seriously scary just like his on-field appearance.
Most Scary One
Manchester City star Joao Cancelo should be the winner. As the full-back looked impossible to be recognized. His Halloween costume is surely the scariest one.
Winner of the Halloween Costume
But the winner should be Fede Valverde for his creativity. He and his family posed as Joker and Harley Quinn, two major supervillains of DC Comics. Madrid star’s take on Gotham’s Prince of Crime shows his creativity is not only limited to the football pitch but also on Social Media.