The History Liverpool F.C. Kits 1913 - 1914
   To go to the overview of the different Liverpool kits to pushing such as "Away player kits" and further down the column below. On this page of the new interface.
   All what you to see and read on this page, only my look on History Liverpool F.C. kits in 1910s - 1920s years. May be I mistake.
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   Players, and later clubs, generally bought their playing kit from local sports outfitters. The kits were often locally made by the outfitters or small garment manufacturers. Bukta, founded in 1879, were the first mass manufacturer of football kits, and remained so until Humphrey Brothers Clothing were formed in 1920 in Wilmslow, Cheshire. In 1924 they became Umbro. Although these two Companies came to dominate the market they relied upon distributors and the local sports outfitters rather than supplying clubs direct.
  Besides, most likely (proofs are not present), Liverpool used shirts made by firm " Bukta ", dominating at that time.

  Now can write, what with season 1910-11, Liverpool FC. to buys equipment for club in Jack Sharp sport shop. Right image advertisement in home Liverpool and Everton match day programme (24.09.19010). Left image Left image card featuring a selection of historical Bukta kits from an old advertisement reproduced from the National Archive.("Image with site Courses not understand of which years catalog was used this page for card.
  On 99% Liverpool FC to buy kits and other staff in "Jack Sharp" sport shop, this advertisment of Liverpool & Everton official matcday programme (04 Oct 1913).

  On the left side upper page there is a form (front and back) in the style of the computer game PES 2016, I apologize for some inaccuracy of my work. Also you can click on some photos to see a larger image.   Show images of Liverpool FC players wearing the kits in season 1913-14

  Liverton versus Theatrical Gala.

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