Liverpool F C Second home players kits 1962 - 1963      
         
 
S H 1.0 S H 1.1



    1962-63 Second home players shirt


  Manufacturer: Umbro

  Years worn: 1962-68

  In this design second home shirt (round collar) Liverpool first played in

  In left  -  1962-63 Second home player shirt ? sleeve № 8 Roger Hunt (round collar, may be with seasons 1963-65)  -  image with site The Liverpool Shirts Museum www.facebook.com/liverpoolshirtsmuseum

  In left  -  1962-63 Second home player shirt short sleeve № 9 Ian St John (round collar, with seasons 1963-65)  -  not now good image

  In left  -  1962-63 Second home player shirt long sleeve № 10 (round collar, unknown season used, may be with seasons 1966-68)  -  

  In a autumn season 1962-63 the design second home shirt has changed. Liverpool used second home shirt six seasons, 1962-63 to 1967-68. In seasons 1963-64 to 1967-68, this shirt was used how home shirt. Liverpool used second home shirt how in more home, as and in more away matches. In season 1962-63 also used home shirt (V-neck collar). In season 1962-63, Liverpool used second home shirt with short and long sleeve.

  S H 1.0 - 1.1 - Second home shirt with home shorts & home socks.
  H or S H - Unknown me now which design home kits used in this matches, but I assume used home shirt.

  * * - Unknown me now which kits used in this matches.

  Why I name this shirt how second home shirt, simple I not know how named, shirts different design, V-neck collar and round collar.

  Of photos which I have, basic second hone shirt in season 1962-63, was shirt with short sleeve. Not think what this shirt will in future on one of collections. Liverpool used shirt with round color and short sleeve may be only in three seasons, 1962-63 to 1964-65.

                           

  This photos of season 1962-83, 1st image, Ronnie Moran in match versus Blackburn Rovers, 25.08.1962, at Ewood Park and 2nd image, match versus Everton, 22.09.1962, at Goodison Park (all shirt with V-neck collar and short sleeve).

        

  1st  image, may be Ronnie Moran in match versus Manchester United, 10.11.1962, at Old Trafford (away shirt with round collar). 2nd image, Willie Stevenson in match versus Birmingham City, 24.11.1962, at St Andrews (with round collar and short sleeve). 3rd image, Chris Lawler in match versus Fulham, 20.04.1963, at Craven Cottage (with round collar and long sleeve).

  In left Roger Hunt home shirt № 8 with unknown me now season, this shirt can made in 1962-65 years. the main difference of this shirt from shirts made in 1965-68, is design of a label which is under a collar (look below). Why I think, that shirts with a label on the right steel is produced in 1965, the answer is simple, on a shirt for FA Cup Final 1965 with a special embroidery for this match it is possible to see right label Umbro. But this hour is the information, probably, and then there will be additions.

      

  1st image, Umbro label (not with Liverpool shirt) with shirt made in 1962 to 1965 year. 2nd image, Umbro label with shirt made in 1965 to 1968 year.

  Interesting fact. In left Roger Hunt home shirt № 8, this shirt was sold on auction Sotheby (11.09.2003) for J744. If to see better, can to see what have one riddle, why on embroidered club emblem (Liverbird embroidered on an oval) without abbreviation (L.F.C.). What this mistake on shirt or shirt was used in Friendly match when played players different clubs (Everton).

                 

  For Charity Shield mattches versus Southampton (14.08.1976( and versus Manchester United (13.08.1977), was made shirt with a special one-off match embroidery, but Liverbird embroidered without abbreviation (L.F.C.).

  How to distinguish a shirt of a season 1962-63, from a shirt of a season 1967-68, very difficultly. Most likely, it is distinctions in design of a label of firm of manufacturer Umbro under a collar. But now not as more shirts used in seasons 1962-68 in collections.

S H 1.0 - 1.1
14.11.1962   home   Arsenal   Division One
17.11.1962   home   Leyton Orient   Division One
24.11.1962   away   Birmingham City   Division One
01.12.1962   home   Fulham   Division One
08.12.1962   away   Sheffield Wednesday   Division One
22.12.1962   home   Blackburn Rovers   Division One
13.02.1963   home   Aston Villa   Division One
16.02.1963   home   Wolverhampton Wanderers   Division One
20.02.1963   home   Burnley   FA Cup
02.03.1963   home   Leicester City   Division One
05.03.1963   away   Ipswich Town   Division One
20.03.1963   home   West Bromwich Albion   Division One
30.03.1963   home   West Ham United   FA Cup
08.04.1963   home   Everton   Division One
12.04.1963   home   Tottenham Hotspur   Division One
13.04.1963   home   Manchester United   Division One
15.04.1963   away   Tottenham Hotspur   Division One
18.04.1963   home   Nottingham Forest   Division One
20.04.1963   away   Fulham   Division One
27.04.1963   away   Leicester City   FA Cup
29.04.1963   home   Sheffield Wednesday   Division One
02.05.1963   away   Leyton Orient   Division One
08.05.1963   home   Birmingham City   Division One
13.05.1963   away   Bolton Wanderers   Division One
H or S H
06.10.1962   home   Bolton Wanderers   Division One
13.10.1962   away   Leicester City   Division One
27.10.1962   away   West Bromwich Albion   Division One
03.11.1962   home   Burnley   Division One
* *
29.09.1962   away   Wolverhampton Wanderers   Division One
15.12.1962   away   Blackpool   Division One
06.02.1963   away   Drumcondra   Friendly

                                            

  1st image, embroidered club emblem (Liverbird embroidered on an oval). 2nd image, player number 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.

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 1962-63

  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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