Here is the new Liverpool home shirt and kit for the 2015-16 season. This is the first home kit from new suppliers ‘New Balance’. Standard Chartered are the main kit sponsors. Continue reading
The new away kit was officially unveiled in May 2014 and as you can see in the pictures is predominantly yellow with red detail. Continue reading
Liverpool have revealed their home shirt and kit for the 2014-15 season. The new strip is again made by Warrior.
The new shirt reveals a traditional red coloured design with a white trim on the sleeves, sides and shoulders of the shirt. The shorts and socks will also be red featuring white trim. A new geometric weave is added to this shirt which further enhances the striking appearance. The new shirt also carries two embroidered Eternal Flames alongside a 96 logo on the nape of the shirt’s neck. Continue reading
Liverpool were managed by Roy Evans and challenged for the Premier League title in 1997-98 but eventually ended up third behind Arsenal and Manchester United. This was the season that saw the emergence of 18 year old sensation Michael Owen, who went onto score over 20 goals in all competitions.
The shirt is in fantastic condition but we only have the one so check it out before it’s gone.
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Liverpool has revealed their new third shirt and kit for the 2013/14 season. The new kit is made by Warrior and the main kit sponsor is Standard Chartered. You can also see the new goalkeeper’s kit in the pictures below.
Here is the new Liverpool away shirt and kit along with the new goalkeeper’s change kit for the 2013-14 season. The new kits are made by Warrior. Images of the new away shirt have been widely ‘leaked’ on the Internet and despite some scepticism; it turns out that they were correct.
Liverpool Football Club has revealed their new home and goalkeeper kits for the 2013-14 season. The kits are again produced by Warrior. You can order the new kit here.
At first glance the new home strip doesn’t look all that different to last year’s kit but on closer inspection you notice some of the detail. On the stripes having a lighter shade of red, you will notice that Liverpool FC and the crest are repeat woven into the fabric of the shirt. The collar and sleeves have white stripe detail. The logos of Warrior, Standard Chartered and the Club crest are all gold. The goalkeeper shirt is white with black pinstripes, has a black collar and black details on the sleeve edges.
So Michael Owen has announced he plans to retire from playing football at the end of the season. Sadly, his career has slowly petered out over the last few seasons, thanks to recurring injuries. I prefer to remember Owen in the early years of his career. Continue reading
Speaking on liverpoolfc.com, the 23 year old striker said, “I’ve not signed here to play for a couple of years and then move on.”
Sturridge, who has been on Liverpool manager, Brendan Rodgers, radar for some time added, “I’ve signed to be here for as long as possible. It’s a humongous club – for me, one of the biggest in the world.” Continue reading