Liverpool F.C. Home goalkeepers kits 1931 - 1932
H G 1.0

  1931-32 Home goalkeepers shirt


  Years worn: 1931-32

  In this home goalkeeper shirt Liverpool first played in

  In left  -  1931-32 Home goalkeeper shirt long sleeve  -  fragment colourisation image with site George Chilvers

  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 ? the design home goalkeeper shirt has changed. Liverpool used home goalkeeper shirt ? season, ? (time of use goalkeeper shirt is probably inexact). Liverpool used home goalkeeper shirt how in home, as and in away matches.

  In season 1931-32, in home and away matches Liverpool can used with home goalkeeper shirt & away shorts (black or navy), socks - color red or black may be.

  H 1.0 - Home shirt with away shorts & socks
  H 1.0 * - Home shirt with away shorts & socks (unknown color socks)

  Course in 20-30s years goalkeepers played not in goalkeeper shirt, they played in woolen a sweater. Sweaters was different colors, but main was green.

  Now not can write, than differs sweater season 1922-23, from sweater season 1931-32 and sweater season 1939-40 (photos below). Course this sweater s can made different manufacturer, Bukta, Umbro or others.


  Left to right: 1st image, sweater season 1922-23. 2nd image, sweater season 1921-32 (fragment colourisation image with site George Chilvers ( 3rd image, sweater season 1939-40.

  This image training and goalkeepers' sweaters of catalog company Umbro for 1935. Sweaters different not only colors, but:
  1. Quality - Hardwearing, First League, Super, International
  2. Knit - Ribbed, Plain Naval, Elastic, Scout Elastic
  3. Collars - Roll
  4. Wool - Long stapled all wool, All wool.

  Interesting fact: May with season 1928-29, not good photo (in the further I shall specify) Liverpool goalkeepers played in kneecaps. But on 100%, what on photo with season 1930-31, on Liverpool goalkeeper Elisha Scott (18.04.1931) kneecaps are dressed.

  Used Liverpool goalkeepers only green sweaters I not know. As how was matches, when Liverpool played versus team, whish colors was green (Plymouth Argyle 1954-1952), green-white (Bradford Park Avenue 2014-1920), red-green (South Shields 1920) and yellow-green Norwich City 1920-1923 & 1927-1947).

  On this moment I have some photos Elisha Scott with season 1931-32. One of photo not very good (photo in top left page, Elisha Scott H G 1.0) ith away FA Cup match versus Everton (09.01.1932).

H G 1.0
28.11.1931   away   Arsenal   Division One
09.01.1932   away   Everton   FA Cup
H G 1.0 *
29.08.1931   home   Whites   Friendly
29.08.1931   away   Newcastle United   Division One
02.09.1931   home   Bolton Wanderers   Division One
05.09.1931   home   Aston Villa   Division One
09.09.1931   away   Middlesbrough   Division One
12.09.1931   home   Leicester City   Division One
16.09.1931   home   Middlesbrough   Division One
19.09.1931   home   Everton   Division One
26.09.1931   home   Grimsby Town   Division One
03.10.1931   away   Chelsea   Division One
10.10.1931   home   West Ham United   Division One
17.10.1931   away   West Bromwich Albion   Division One
31.10.1931   away   Sheffield United   Division One
07.11.1931   home   Blackburn Rovers   Division One
14.11.1931   away   Sunderland   Division One
21.11.1931   home   Manchester City   Division One
05.12.1931   home   Birmingham   Division One
12.12.1931   away   Portsmouth   Division One
19.12.1931   home   Derby County   Division One
25.12.1931   home   Sheffield Wednesday   Division One
26.12.1931   away   Sheffield Wednesday   Division One
02.01.1932   home   Newcastle United   Division One
16.01.1932   away   Aston Villa   Division One
23.01.1932   away   Chesterfield   FA Cup
27.01.1932   home   Leicester City   Division One
30.01.1932   away   Everton   Division One
06.02.1932   away   Grimsby Town   Division One
13.02.1932   home   Grimsby Town   Division One
20.02.1932   away   West Ham United   Division One
27.02.1932   home   Chelsea   FA Cup
02.03.1932   home   West Bromwich Albion   Division One
05.03.1932   away   Blackpool   Division One
12.03.1932   home   Sheffield United   Division One
19.03.1932   away   Blackburn Rovers   Division One
26.03.1932   home   Sunderland   Division One
28.03.1932   home   Huddersfield Town   Division One
29.03.1932   away   Huddersfield Town   Division One
02.04.1932   away   Manchester City   Division One
06.04.1932   home   Chelsea   Division One
09.04.1932   home   Arsenal   Division One
16.04.1932   away   Birmingham   Division One
20.04.1932   away   Shelbourne Select   Testimonial
23.04.1932   home   Portsmouth   Division One
25.04.1932   away   Tranmere Rovers   Birkenhead Hospitals Cup
30.04.1932   away   Derby County   Division One
02.05.1932   away   Norwich City   Hospital Cup
07.05.1932   away   Bolton Wanderers   Division One
22.05.1932   away   Aarhus Workers Sports Club   Friendly
24.05.1932   away   Odense Select XI   Friendly
27.05.1932   away   Copenhagen Select XI   Friendly
29.05.1932   away   Copenhagen Select XI   Friendly

  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.

  Note that Liverpool FC did not release any replicas shirts prior to season 1978-1979.

Home shorts Home socks Away shorts
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. ylayers wearing the kits in season 1931-32

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