Home goalkeepers shirt
Years worn: 1909-31
In this home goalkeeper shirt Liverpool first played in
In left - 1913-14 Home goalkeeper shirt long
sleeve Ken Campbell (may be with season 1921-22) - not now good image
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 1909-10 the design home goalkeeper shirt has changed. Liverpool used
home goalkeeper shirt twenty two seasons, 1909-10 to 1930-31 (time of use goalkeeper shirt
is probably inexact). Liverpool used home goalkeeper shirt how in home, as and in away
matches. In season 1913-14, Liverpool may be used with home goalkeeper shirt different
Home shorts and home socks
Home shorts and away socks
Away shorts and home socks
Away shorts and away socks
H G 1.0 - Home goalkeeper shirt with home shorts
& home socks.
H G 1.1 - Home goalkeeper shirt with home shorts
& home socks.
H G 1.2 - Home goalkeeper shirt with away shorts
& home socks.
Goalkeepers were also now allowed to wear different shirts
outfield players (a choice of scarlet red, royal blue or white in
1909-10, with green a further option three seasons later). ("Tops of The Kops"
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. (historicalkits.co.uk, David Moor)
There were no specially produced tops for 'keepers who
normally wore heavy woollen sweaters, often teamed with flat caps to keep the sun out of
their eyes. How write David Moor (historicalkits.co.uk), in Emglad, goalkeepers
basically used goalkeepers shirt in green color, in Scotland, yellow color.
In top photo in green goalkeeper shirt Ken Campbell, which played for Liverpool
1911-20, when to do this photo (cigarette card) I not know. In left top, black-white
photo, Ken Campbell (H G 1.0) in white or yellow color
goalkeeper shirt and Ken Campbell (H G 1.2) before FA Cup
Final match, April 1914.
In season 1913-14, Liverpool used home goalkeeper shirt without special embroidery,
this was in netral match FA Cup Final , 25.04.1914.
|H G 1.1
|| Division One
description of the shirt, shorts, socks and features. Difference between a player shirt
and a replica shirt.
of Liverpool F.C. players wearing the kits in season 2013-14
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