Liverpool FC Home players kits 1892 - 1893      Please better visit my new page about season 1892-92 here  
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1892-93 Home player shirt long sleeve  -  not now good image

    1892-93 Home players shirt


  Years worn: 1892-96

  In this home shirt Liverpool in first played in

  In general difficultly in detail to write about these years Liverpool, but I shall return to this stage of their history and I shall write more in detail. May be all not as, how I has written.

  In a season 1892-93 the design home shirt has changed. Liverpool used home shirt four seasons, 1892-93 to 1895-96. Liverpool used home shirt how in all home, as and in more away matches. May be Liverpool used with home shirt away shorts & soks.

  H 1.0 - Home shirt with home shorts & home socks.

   After the Everton FC has moved in 1892 from at Anfield, a new team Liverpool AFC, there was a question, what kits needs to be used. Probably, the old kits of a team an Everton F C (Everton played in shirts of color "ruby" with 1891 to 1895) has been used, but can be, all was not so, and the new kits has been bought before the beginning of a season 1892-93. How assumes David Moor (, colors first Liverpool home shirts were light blue/white and not royal blue/white.

  This scetch picture from Cricket and Football Field, May 4, 1895. The Test Match at Ewood Park. Left, Liverpool Harry Bradshaw. (image with site Kjell Hanssen, football historian

  In museum Liverpool F C, have retro home shirt (in left) seasons 1992-96.

  I now not understand, why in museum Liverpool F C, have retro home shirt not right design.

  This team photo Liverpool F C summer 1893 when can to look first home shirts on Liverpool players, as how written David Moor, colors first home shirt were light blue/white, difficult here to see light blue color on shirts.
  Has painted black-white photo Liverpool F C  by Ste Lynch, its other works you can see having visited its

  ABOUT THE KIT 1892/96

  From their formation in 1892 to the end of the 1895-96 season, Liverpool never wore the red kit for which they are now world famous. The actual kit was blue, white and black. The shirt was blue and white halves (similar to Blackburn Rovers' current strip, although quarters have also been suggested) with a button collar. The shorts were black (or white) knee-length trousers with possibly black (or blue) socks and white sock tops.
  The away shirt was a white-buttoned shirt similar in style to the home version while the bottom of the garment was sewn up so you would pull the shirt on. The shorts and socks were the same as the ones used for the home strip. ("Tops of The Kops" Peter Crilly)

  In 1891 the Football League required member clubs to register their colours for the first time and no two teams were allowed to wear similar shirts. The following year, when the Second Division was formed this rule was relaxed but home teams were now required to have a spare set of white shirts, which could be used if colours clashed. (, David Moor)

Home shorts Home socks Away shorts
Away socks
With the description of the shirt, shorts, socks and features. Difference between a player shirt and a replica shirt.

  Show images of Liverpool F C players wearing the kits in season 1892-93

  If you have any further information on any of the kits featured or omitted please contact us. I are currently researching the kits worn by Liverpool F C in individual games and would appreciate any information you may have for this season's games.

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