Home players shirt
Years worn: 1948-54
In this home shirt Liverpool first played in
In left - 1949-50
Home player shirt long sleeve (may be summer variant, photos different years)
- not now good image
In left - 1949-50
Home player shirt long sleeve № 11 (may be winter variant, unknown season used)
- image of Liverpool F C museum
In a season 1948-49 the design home shirt has changed. Liverpool used home shirt
five seasons, 1948-49 to 1952-53 (different in some details & time of use home shirt
is probably inexact). Liverpool used home shirt how in all home, as and in more away
H 1.0 - Home shirt with home shorts & home socks
Now know, what away shirt for FA Cup Final was on factory
Umbro. Know this what in seasons 1948-49 & 1949-50. Liverpool used home and away kits
made on factory Umbro, I not know, but I hope what this as.
My pages about history of Liverpool shirts in 40th 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.
Full list when Liverpool players used home kits will soon.
Interesting fact. In home FA Cup match between
Liverpool and Exeter City (28.01.1950), teams Liverpool and Exeter City have red shirts,
but in Liverpool matchday programme write what team Liverpool will played in white shirt,
away. Team Exeter City will played in blue shirt, away. Mow I to find this photo (below).
This rule for FA Cup matches, if club have identical colors. Before I think what rule work
in FA Cup Semi-Final or Final matches.
Billy Liddell (right) and Exeter's Raymond Goddard
|| 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,
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.
use on Liverpool shirt for matches Division One, FA Cup & Friendly.
Note that Liverpool FC did not release any replicas shirts
prior to season 1978-1979.
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 1949-50
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.