Liverpool F.C. Home goalkeepers kits 1990 - 1991
H G 1. H G 1.- H G 1.5





1990-91 Home goalkeeper shirt long sleeve № 1 Bruce Grobbelaar (patches THE FOOTBALL LEAGUE)  -  not now good image



1989-90 Home goalkeeper shirt long sleeve (without patches)  -  image with site The Liverpool Shirts Museum www.liverpoolkits.com



1990-91 Home player tracksuit top  -  image with site Anfield Relics www.facebook.com/anfield.relics

  1990-91 Home goalkeepers shirt


  Manufacturer: Adidas

  Club sponsor: Candy

  Years worn: 1989-91

  In this home goalkeeper shirt Liverpool first played in neutral Friendly (Makita Tournament) match versus Dynamo (Kiev, U S S R), 2-0, 29.07.1989, at Wembley.

  Replica goalkeeper shirt long sleeve price: J

  In a season 1989-90 the design home goalkeeper shirt has changed. Liverpool used home goalkeeper shirt two seasons, 1988-89 & 1990-91. Liverpool used home goalkeeper shirt how in all home, as and in more away matches. In season 1989-90, Liverpool used with home goalkeeper shirt different kits:
  Home shorts and home socks
  Away shorts and away socks

  H G 1.0 - Home goalkeeper shirt with home shorts & home socks.
  H G 1.1 - Home goalkeeper shirt (patches The Football League & special embroudery Testimonial Kenny Dalglish) with away shorts & away socks.
  H G 1.2 - Home goalkeeper shirt with away shorts & away socks.
  H G 1.3 - Home goalkeeper shirt (without special embroudery Charity Shield) with away shorts & away socks.
  H G 1.4 - Home goalkeeper shirt (patches The Football League & without special embroidery Testimonial Ray Kennedy) with away shorts & away socks.
  H G 1.5 - Home shirt (shirt (patches The Football League & patch Caltex & patch British Airways) with home shorts & home socks.

  G * - Unknown me now which goalkeeper kits used in this matches, but I assume used home goalkeeper shirt with away shorts & away socks.

  The 1989/90 season has stuck with Liverpool fans worldwide for longer than any associated with the club would ever have imagined at the time. As the team celebrated lifting the League title, little did we know that this would be the last time that Liverpool Football Club could ever be classified the greatest team in England.

  The kit changed from the 1989-90 season, although again fundamentally the new Adidas kit showed relatively slight changes, with the collar style and trim remaining the same on the new shirt. However, advances in technology meant it was now easy to incorporate patterns in the fabric and the Liverpool shirt gained faint white streaks, This shirt is commonly known as the "Fleck Shirt".

  The shorts changed, gaining a broad white stripe down the sides with the three Adidas stripes in red on this stripe. The away strip remained silver grey with red trim, but again the fabric gained a pattern, this time two subtle shades of grey in this fleck style, The badges stayed fully embossed on the replica shirts and stitched on the players shirts, thus keeping the traditions for determining the difference between the replica and players style shirt.

  Although the size of the wording "Candy" altered tremendously from replica to payers shirt, also altering in size on the different players shirt in each competition, as you can see from the picture below the candy logo takes up most of the chest of the shirt, considerably larger than on the previous home or away shirts.

  Candy continued to sponsor Liverpool in the 1989-1991 seasons. The grey away shirt for this era has significant changes - instead of adopting plain red colour like the ones from 1985-1989, this piece shows a specky-red pattern colour. For the shirts from season 1989-1990, there are no patches on the sleeves and sewn on numbers are stitched on the backside. For the season 1990-1991, Division One Football League patches are stitched on the sleeves and velveteen numbers are ironed on the backside.


 

  With season 1990-91, all teams in Division One start played in shirts on sleeves was sawed patches The Football League, patch sawed on two sleeves. On Liverpool shirt can to see in season 1990-91 different color write THE FOOTBALL LEAGUE, gold or black. How I think, first matches season 1990-91, Liverpool played in shirt with gold inscription THE FOOTBALL LEAGUE, how winner Division One in season 1989-90. How also, winner Premier League on next season played with gold patches Premier League. But more likely it not a gold embroidery, and the faded emblem, and my assumption, wrongly.

  In season 1990-91, Liverpool used home goalkeeper shirt with special embroidery, this was for match Testimonial Kenny Dalglish (12.08.1990).

  In Charity Shield match was used simple home goalkeeper shirt (photo in top left side page, Bruce Grobbelaar H G 1.1), in shirt not was special embroidery to this match. The special embroidery as was absent in matches Charity Shield 1971, 1974, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1986, 1988, 1992 & 1994. Liverpool also played in 60's Charity Shield matches, but and this matches used simple shirt, without special embroidery.

  In Testimonial (27.04.1991) match was used simple home goalkeeper shirt (photos in top left page, H G 1.4).



  Left image, fragnent squad photos 1989-90 one goalie shirt seems to be Liverbird crest aligns with "y" of "Candy". Right image, fragnent squad photos 1990-91 one goalie shirt seems to be Liverbird crest aligns with "d" of "Candy".
  Left upper portion = player issued shirt, see that the Liverbird crest aligns with "y" of "Candy" sponsor (1 variant).
  Left lower portion = goalie replica, see that the Liverbird crest aligns with "d" of "Candy" sponsor (2 variant).
  This may be was first in history Liverpool F C, when on shirt was used patches sponsor match or tournament.Why may be, else for 22 May 2014 year, I not know, what Liverpool used this home shirt. Else one page in History Liverpool F.C. kits close.

  Left side image, patch CALTEX use on sleeve Liverpool shirt for match Caltex Cup (patch used on right sleeve). Right side image, patch BRITISH AIRWAYS use on sleeves Liverpool shirt for match Caltex Cup (patch used on left sleeve).

   How to distinguish a home goalkeeper shirt of a season 1989-90 from a home goalkeeper shirt of a season 1990-91, very difficultly, only for design player number (below) and in season 1990-91 on sleeves shirt was sawed patches THE FOOTBALL LEAGUE.

H G 1.0
  home     Division One
  away     Division One
H G 1.1
12.08.1990   home   Real Sociedad   Testimonial
H G 1.2
25.08.1990   away   Sheffield United   Division One
29.09.1990   away   Sunderland   Division One
09.10.1990   away   Crewe Alexandra   League Cup
31.10.1990   away   Manchester United   League Cup
02.12.1990   away   Arsenal   Division One
30.12.1990   away   Crystal Palace   Division One
03.02.1991   away   Manchester United   Division One
06.05.1991   away   Nottingham Forest   Division One
H G 1.3
18.08.1990   away   Manchester United   Charity Shield
H G 1.4
27.04.1991   away   Arsenal   Testimonial
H 1.5
17.05.1991   neutral   Arsenal   Friendly
G *
  away     Friendly

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

              
                                                         

  1st row (left to right): 1st image, embroidered emblem club. 2nd image, player number (sawed player numbe) used in season 1989-90, on Liverpool shirt for matches in different tournament. 3rd image, player number (rprinted number with Adidas logo) used in seasons 1990-91, on Liverpool shirt for matches in different tournament. 4th image, patch THE FOOTBALL LEAGUE use on sleeves Liverpool shirt for matches Division One, FA Cup, League Cup & Friendly (patches used on two sleeves).
  2nd row: 1st image, special embroidery for match Testimonial Kenny Dalglish. 2nd image, patch CALTEX use on sleeve Liverpool shirt for match Caltex Cup (patch used on right sleeve). 3rd image, patch BRITISH AIRWAYS use on sleeves Liverpool shirt for match Caltex Cup (patch used on left sleeve).


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Home Testimonial Kenny Dalglish goalkeeper shirt Home Testimonial Ray Kennedy goalkeeper shirt Home Caltex Cup goalkeeper shirt
Home shorts Home socks Away shorts
Away socks
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