Liverpool FC Home goalkeepers kits 1981 - 1982      
         
 
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H G 1.5 H G 1.6 H G 1.8



1981-82 Home goalkeeper player shirt short sleeve № 1 Ray Clemence (small yellow UMBRO logo & yellow Liverbird)  -  not now good image



1981-82 Home goalkeeper shirt long sleeve № 1 (small white UMBRO logo & white Liverbird, unknown season use)  -  image with site Old football shirts www.oldfootballshirts.com



1981-82 Euro Home goalkeeper shirt long sleeve № 1 Bruce Grobbelaar (small white UMBRO logo & without embroidery UMBRO writing & white Liverbird)  -  

 

1981-82 Home goalkeeper shirt long sleeve № 1 (small white UMBRO logo & white Liverbird & small HITACHI logo, match worn, fully signed, unknown season use)  -  not now good image



1981-82 Home player tracksuit top (unknown season use)  -  

    1981-82 Home goalkeepers shirt


  Manufacturer: Umbro

  Club sponsor: Hitachi

  Years worn: 1976-82

  In this home goalkeeper shirt (small yellow UMBRO logo & yellow Liverbird) Liverpool first played in

  In this home goalkeeper shirt (small white UMBRO logo & white Liverbird) Liverpool first played in

  In this home goalkeeper shirt (small yellow UMBRO logo & yellow Liverbird & small HITACHI logo) Liverpool first played in
 
  Replica goalkeeper shirt long sleeve price: J unknovn, can to buy replica goalkeeper shirt in season 1981-82.

  In a season 1976-77 the design goalkeeper home shirt has changed. Liverpool used goalkeeper home shirt six seasons, 1976-77 to 1981-82 (different in some details). Liverpool used home shirt how in more home, as and in more away matches. In season 1981-82, Liverpool playing in home shirt different designs, different in some details:
  Home goalkeeper shirt with small UMBRO logo
  Home goalkeeper shirt with small UMBRO logo & without embroidery UMBRO writing
  Home goalkeeper shirt with small UMBRO logo & small HITACHI logo

  H G 1.0 - Home goalkeeper shirt (small yellow UMBRO logo & yellow Liverbird) with home shorts & home socks.
  H G 1.1 - Home goalkeeper shirt (small white UMBRO logo & white Liverbird) with home shorts & home socks.
  H G 1.2 - Home goalkeeper shirt (small yellow UMBRO logo & yellow Liverbird & small HITACHI logo) with home shorts & home socks.
  H G 1.3 - Home goalkeeper shirt (small UMBRO logo & without special embroidery League Cup Final) with home shorts & home socks.
  H G 1.34 - Home goalkeeper shirt (small white UMBRO logo & without embroidery UMBRO writing & white Liverbird) with home shorts & home socks.
  H G 1.5 - Home goalkeeper shirt (mall white UMBRO logo & without embroidery UMBRO writing & white Liverbird & without special embroidery World Club Championship) with home shorts & home socks.
  H G 1.6 - Home goalkeeper shirt (small yellow UMBRO logo & yellow Liverbird & small HITACHI logo) with away shorts & away socks
  H G 1.7 - Home goalkeeper shirt (small UMBRO logo & without embroidery UMBRO writtin & without special embroidery League Cup Final) with away shorts & away socks.
  H G 1.8 - Home goalkeeper shirt (small white UMBRO logo & without embroidery UMBRO writing & white Liverbird) with away shorts & away socks.
  H G 1.- * - Home goalkeeper shirt (without or with small HITACHI logo) with home shorts & home socks.
  H G 1.- * * - Home goalkeeper shirt (without or with small HITACHI logo) with away shorts & away socks.
  * 1- * - Unknown me now which goalkeeper kits used in this matches.

  May be in season 1981-82, Liverpool goalkepers also used home goalkeeper shirt (small white UMBRO logo & white Liverbird & small HITACHI logo). I have not as more photos and video, Bruce Grobbelaar in season 1981-82. On black-white photo or video some time it is difficult to define color of a UMBRO logo & Liverbird.
  In a season 1981-82, Liverpool playing in home goalkeeper shirt without embroidery UMBRO writing:  This was used only on home goalkeeper shirt in European Cup matches and World Club Championship match.

               

  First in history of Liverpool F C, on back side shirt there was a surname of the player. This was in neutral World Club Championship (Toyota Cup) match versus Flamengo (Brazil) on 13th March 1981. Again surname player back on Liverpool shirt only in season 1993-94, when English Premier League to go Fixed numbers of players atop of which there was a surname of the player (look below).

 

  In League Cup Final (14.03.1981) match was used simple home shirt (photo in top left page, Graeme Souness H 1.2), in shirt not was special embroidery to this match. The special embroidery as was absent in matches League Cup Final 1981, 1982, 1983 & 1984.

  In World Club Championship (14.03.1981) match was used simple home shirt (photo in top left page, Graeme Souness H 1.4), in shirt not was special embroidery to this match. The special embroidery as was absent in matches World Club Championship 1981 & 1984.

  I now not know in season 1979-80, Liverpool used home shirt with small UMBRO logo & small HITACHI logo or big UMBRO logo & small HITACHI logo. May be I mistake and you have other information and photo with season 1979-80. In Liverpool programmes have player photo in home shirt with small UMBRO logo & small HITACHI logo, this was image Colin Irwin (Liverpool home programme with match versus Bristol City, 06.10.1979).

  The name of the electrical company Hitachi was added to the current kit without any further change. However, as sponsorship was not allowed in several competitions, including Europe, or in televised matches the shirts did not display the word 'HITACHI' for many games and the unsponsored shirt continued to be used.

  

  Big HITACHI letters, used Liverpool in seasons 1979-81, small HITACHI letters, used Liverpool in seasons 1980-82.

  Indeed, UEFA even insisted on the Umbro badge being covered in European matches, hence photographs showing Liverpool in a kit with a white rectangle on the righthand side of the shirt where the Umbro logo had been covered, usually with something as crude as sticky tape, The days of having different shirts produced specifically for different tournaments was years ahead in the future, It has been said recently that Liverpool now use between 500 and 700 shirts a year from Reebok, Yet during the late 70s they probably used no more than around 200 from Umbro per season and shirts were adapted from tournament to tournament.

  This Hitachi sponsored shirt is a favourite with Liverpool shirt collectors including myself and sells for probably more than any other standard season shirt, Although this is also due to the fact that it is one of the oldest and becoming hard to find.

  The telling factors that make this an authentic match worn players shirt are the size label in the collar of the shirt, This is shown in the images below, Although the label is slightly creased the size of this shirt can still be clearly seen as 'Large', The replica shirts were sized in inches, for example, 34"/36" and only the players shirts were sized in words, Medium, Large etc...

  Also the Umbro badge on the shirt is fully embroidered into the shirt as is found on the players shirts of this era, Replica Hitachi shirt's sometimes had embroidered Liver-bird badges, but never for the Umbro logo also, The players shirts also had the numbers fully stitched onto the back of the shirt in a separate piece of white material, This can also be seen in one of the images below.

  The height of the Hitachi letters are 6cm, the width of the logo is 29cm.

  These shirts would have been worn for more than one game, Sponsorship and kit manufacturing was very basic in the late 70s, This shirt would have been used in many games during the season, This can be seen from the shirt label showing it has been laundered, This would not have happened once the signatures were put onto the shirt , Thus proving the shirt was washed a used a few times by Kenny Dalglish prior to him having it signed and passing this onto a friend of the club.

  The small Hitachi letter is 20 cm wide, and the letters are 5 cm high. This type of smaller Hitachi logo was used for some televised games where allowed, as the full sized logo was used for the standard un-televised home and away games.


  In 1982 the agreement with Japan firm Hitachi has ended three-year and Liverpool has signed three-year the agreement with United  Kingdom firm Crown Paints.

H G 1.0
17.10.1981   away   Brighton & Hove Albion   Division One
26.12.1981   home   Manchester City   Division One
03.10.1981   home   Swansea City   Division One
H G 1.1
05.09.1981   home   Arsenal   Division One
12.09.1981   away   Ipswich Town   Division One
22.09.1981   away   Coventry City   Division One
24.10.1981   home   Manchester United   Division One
07.11.1981   home   Everton   Division One
16.01.1982   home   Wolverhampton Wanderers   Division One
06.02.1982   home   Ipswich Town   Division One
09.02.1982   away   Ipswich Town   League Cup
13.02.1982   away   Chelsea   FA Cup
20.02.1982   home   Coventry City   Division One
27.02.1982   away   Leeds United   Division One
27.03.1982   away   Everton   Division One
10.04.1982   away   Manchester City   Division One
01.05.1982   home   Nottingham Forest   Division One
08.05.1982   away   Birmingham City   Division One
15.05.1982   home   Tottenham Hotspur   Division One
H G 1.2
29.08.1981   away   Wolverhampton Wanderers   Division One
21.11.1981   away   West Bromwich Albion   Division One
08.12.1981   home   Arsenal   League Cup
12.01.1982   home   Barnsley   League Cup
02.02.1982   home   Ipswich Town   League Cup
06.03.1982   home   Brighton & Hove Albion   Division One
20.03.1982   home   Sunderland   Division One
19.04.1982   away   Glentoran   Friendly
03.05.1982   away   Tottenham Hotspur   Division One
H G 1.3
13.03.1982   neutral   Tottenham Hotspurw U-wL   League Cup Final
H G 1.4
16.09.1981   away   Oulu Palloseura   European Cup
30.09.1981   home   Oulu Palloseura   European Cup
04.11.1981   home   A Z 67 Alkmaar   European Cup
03.03.1982   home   C S K A Sofia   European Cup
H G 1.5
13.12.1981   neutral   Flamengo   World Club Championship
H G 1.- *
04.08.1981   away   F C Zurich   Friendly
09.08.1981   away   Servette   Friendly
11.08.1981   away   Neuchatel Xamax   Friendly
13.08.1981   away   Home Farm   Friendly
22.08.1981   away   Crusaders   Friendly
01.09.1981   home   Middlesboroug   Division One
19.09.1981   home   Aston Villa   Division One
07.10.1981   home   Exeter City   League Cup
10.10.1981   home   Leeds United   Division One
10.11.1981   home   Middlesbrough   League Cup
28.11.1981   home   Southampton   Division One
22.12.1981   away   Rangers   Friendly
02.01.1982   away   Swansea City   FA Cup
05.01.1982   home   West Ham United   Division One
26.01.1982   away   Notts County   Division One
16.02.1982   away   Swansea City   Division One
30.03.1982   home   Birmingham City   Division One
02.04.1982   home   Notts County   Division One
13.04.1982   home   Stoke City   Division One
17.04.1982   home   West Bromwich Albion   Division One
19.05.1982   away   Bury Select XI   Friendly
H G 1.6
26.09.1981   away   West Ham United   Division One
31.10.1981   away   Sunderland   Division One
23.01.1982   away   Sunderland   FA Cup
30.01.1982   away   Aston Villa   Division One
24.04.1982   away   Southampton   Division One
H G 1.7
28.10.1981   away   Exeter City   League Cup
01.11.1981   away   Arsenal   League Cup
07.04.1982   away   Manchester United   Division One
H G 1.8
21.10.1981   away   A  Z 67 Alkmaar   European Cup
17.03.1982   away   C S K A Sofia   European Cup
H G 1.- * *
05.12.1981   away   Nottingham Forest   Division One
19.01.1982   away   Barnsley   League Cup
09.03.1982   away   Stoke City   Division One
11.05.1982   away   Arsenal   Division One
18.05.1982   away   Middlesbrough   Division One
* 1.- *
13.11.1981   away   Irish International XI   Friendly

                               

  Left to right: 1st image, embroidered club emblem (yellow Liverbird & L.F.C.). 2nd image, embroidered club emblem (red Liverbird & L.F.C.). 3rd image, player number use on Liverpool shirt for matches in different tournament (except for 13.12.1981). 4th image, player number use on Liverpool shirt for World Club Championship match in different tournament.

  BEWARE: Despite the common misunderstanding, long sleeve versions of this shirt were released as both player issue AND standard club shop replicas. Many replicas from this season also contained embroidered badges, or a combination of one embroidered badge and one embossed badge, so please do not be fooled by ebay sellers claiming there shirt is match worn simply because of long sleeves and embroidered badges.

   Difference between a player shirt and a replica shirt, and as other features of a player shirt to look here

Home World Club Championship goalkeeper shirt Home shorts Home socks
Away shorts Away socks
With the description of the shirt, shorts, socks and features. Difference between a player shirt and a replica shirt.

  "HITACHI" - logo on Liverpool F C shirts (1979-82)

  HITACHI logo on Liverpool away shirts (1979-81)

  Show images of Liverpool FC players wearing the kits in season 1981-82

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