Liverpool F,C. Home players kits 1934 - 1935      
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    1934-35 Home players shirt


  Years worn: 1934-38

  In this home shirt Liverpool first played in

  In left  -  1934-35 Home player shirt long sleeve  -  not now good image

  In left  -  1934-35 Home player short  -  not now good image

  In left  -  1934-35 Home player socks  -  not now good image

  In a season 1934-35 the design home shirt has changed. Liverpool used home shirt four seasons, 1934-35 to 1937-38 (time of use home shirt is probably inexact). Liverpool used home shirt how in all home, as and in more away matches.

  H 1.0 - Home shirt with home shorts & home socks

  My pages about history of Liverpool shirts in 30th years, most likely, contain mistakes in dating use of a home kits. Why it is difficult, not so it is a lot of photos (at me) these years and very little where there is a date when the photo is made. It concerns also a photo of a Liverpool team.

  Home socks was black color, with red top.


  With season 1934-35 change design home shirt, was used red turn-down collar with two white botton.

  This player shirt of collection Colin Wright  ( owner this shirt write "Liverpool Late 30s Early 40s Shirt Worn Ray Lambert". Why this image on this page, simple this rare Liverpool home shirt and you can to see which fabric can made shirt in 30s years.
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25.08.1934   home   Blackburn Rovers   Division One
29.08.1934   away   Manchester City   Division One
05.09.1934   home   Manchester City   Division One
08.09.1934   home   Portsmouth   Division One
15.09.1934   away   Everton   Division One
22.09.1934   away   Leeds United   Division One
29.09.1934   home   West Bromwich Albion   Division One
06.10.1934   away   Sheffield Wednesday   Division One
13.10.1934   home   Birmingham   Division One
20.10.1934   home   Grimsby Town   Division One
24.10.1934   home   Austria   Friendly
27.10.1934   away   Preston North End   Division One
03.11.1934   home   Wolverhampton Wanderers   Division One
10.11.1934   away   Huddersfield Town   Division One
17.11.1934   home   Leicester City   Division One
24.11.1934   away   Derby County   Division One
01.12.1934   home   Aston Villa   Division One
08.12.1934   away   Chelsea   Division One
15.12.1934   home   Tottenham Hotspur   Division One
26.12.1934   home   Middlesbrough   Division One
29.12.1934   away   Blackburn Rovers   Division One
05.01.1935   home   Arsenal   Division One
12.01.1935   away   Yeovil & Petters United   FA Cup
19.01.1935   away   Portsmouth   Division One
26.01.1935   away   Blackburn Rovers   FA Cup
02.02.1935   home   Leeds United   Division One
09.02.1935   away   West Bromwich Albion   Division One
20.02.1935   home   Sheffield Wednesday   Division One
23.02.1935   away   Birmingham   Division One
02.03.1935   away   Grimsby Town   Division One
09.03.1935   home   Preston North End   Division One
16.03.1935   away   Wolverhampton Wanderers   Division One
20.03.1935   home   Everton   Division One
23.03.1935   home   Huddersfield Town   Division One
30.03.1935   away   Leicester City   Division One
06.04.1935   home   Derby County   Division One
19.04.1935   home   Stoke City   Division One
20.04.1935   home   Chelsea   Division One
27.04.1935   away   Tottenham Hotspur   Division One
29.04.1935   away   Torquay United   Friendly
04.05.1935   home   Sunderland   Division One
19.05.1935   away   Marina F.C.   Friendly
23.05.1935   away   Cllub Victoria   Friendly
26.05.1935   away   Tenerife   Friendly
04.05.1935   away     Friendly
04.05.1935   away     Friendly


  This label with Liverpool home shirt which can made and used in season 1937-37 to 1939-40. I not can correctly to define what this lmanufacturer label Bukta or Umbro. as how this label distributor shop Jack Sharp Ltd SPORTS DEPORT LIVERPOOL. Some below have else other label BDA "Rigmel" SHRUNK, which this label I not know, wil search.

  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 F.C. did not release any replicas shirts prior to season 1978-1979.

Home shorts Home 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 1934-35

  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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