Liverpool F.C. Second home goalkeepers kits 1985 - 1986      
         
 
S H G 1.0 S H G 1.1



1985-86 Second home goalkeeper shirt long sleeve № 1 Bruce Grobbelaar (CROWN PAINTS logo two lines)  -  not now good image

    1985-86 Second home goalkeepers shirt


  Manufacturer: Adidas

  Club sponsor: Crown Paints

  Years worn: 1985-86

  In this second home goalkeeper shirt (CROWN PAINTS logo two lines) Liverpool first played in

  Replica goalkeeper shirt long sleeve price: I did not see any of replica second home goalkeeper shirt.

  In a season 1985-86 the design second home goalkeeper shirt has changed. Liverpool used second home goalkeeper shirt one season, 1985-86. Liverpool used second home goalkeeper shirt how in home, as and in away matches. In season 1985-86, Liverpool used with second home goalkeeper shirt different kits:
  Home shorts and home socks
  Third shorts and third socks

  S H G 1.0 - Second home goalkeeper shirt (CROWN PAINTS logo two lines) with home shorts & hone socks.
  S H G 1.1 - Second home goalkeeper shirt (CROWN PAINTS logo two lines) with third shorts & third socks.

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

  Why this shirt from my site have name "Second home goalkeeper shirt", only for classification of the kits.

  I now not know, was used second home goalkeeper shirt in season 1986-87.

  In 1985 Liverpool changed their kit manufacturer after a long association with Umbro. The new kit supplier was Adidas and the new kit was actually in use at the end of the 1984-85 season for the fateful Heysel European Cup Final. The first Adidas Liverpool kit was plain red with the three Adidas stripes in white on the shoulders and the sides of the shorts. The stripe effect also carried on through the V-neck of the shirt along with the end of the sleeves, Within the stripes of the shirt the Liver bird and the Adidas badge are repeated and can only be seen on close inspection, The club sponsors remained Crown Paints.

Home (1 image) Away (2 image) Third (3 image) Fourth (4 image)


Second home
  Interesting fact: For seasons 1985-86 & 1986-87 was made 5 (as I now know) different for design and color goalkeeper shirts, green, yellow, white, blue and black-green.

  Course in middles 80s not was name for goalkeepers shirt how "Second home goalkeeper shirt" or "Fourth goalkeeper shirt". This name goalkeeper shirt for classification on my site.

  Of 5 this goalkeeper shirts, 4 was uses in matches, have photos. Only on this day not photo used goalkeeper shirt white color. Now me not know when and which matches was used "Fourth goalkeeper shirt".
 
  Have else one interesting, why for season 1985-86 was made 3 different for design goalkeepers shirts?

  In season 1985-86, Liverpool starter in shirt Crown Paints on two lines, but after New Year, the design Crown Paints logo was change, written on one line. Why was change sponsor logo, I not know (may be with problems with TV).

  In season 1986-87, Liverpool again starter in shirt Crown Paints on two lines. Written on two lines so it became larger (and easier to see on a TV screen), The shirt badges upon the replica shirts are an embossed material where as they would have been fully stitched upon the players issue shirts, a trend that has been seen through the majority of Liverpool shirt since.

S H G 1.0
  away    
S H G 1.1
22.10.1985   away   Southampton   Screen Sport Super Cup

  Full list when Liverpool goalkeepers used secod home goalkeeper shirt will soon.

                                                           

  Left to right: 1st image, embroidered club emblem. 2nd image, player number (printed number with Adidas logo) used in seasons 1985-86 & 1986-87 (may be in some matches), on Liverpool shirt for matches in different tournament. 2nd image, player number (sawed player number) used in seasons 1986-87 & 1987-88, on Liverpool shirt for matches in different tournament (except for 16.08.1986).

  Once again there were two different types of sponsorship logos worn by the players; a double-lined version (shown above) and a single-lined version. The general consensus amongst collectors is that the single-lined sponsored version is slightly rarer; however I only seek one of the designs as the two shirts are otherwise identical. Genuine match worn shirts feature an embroidered Adidas badge (with two registered ® trademarks) and an embroidered Liverbird. No long sleeve replicas were ever released. If you cannot distinguish a player shirt from a replica or a semifinished item, consult to Michael Yip (www.liverpoolkits.com).

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

Home shorts Home socks Third shorts
Third socks
With the description of the shirt, shorts, socks and features. Difference between a player shirt and a replica shirt.

  The ever changing face of the 'CROWN PAINTS' sponsors logo in the 1985-86 season

  Show images of Liverpool F.C. players wearing the kits in season 1985-86

  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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