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Away goalkeepers shirts
Club sponsor: Carlsberg
Years worn: 1997-98
In this away goalkeeper shirt Liverpool first played in
In left - 1997-98
Premier League Away goalkeeper shirt long sleeve № 1 David James (big Carlsberg logo)
- not now good image
In left - 1997-98
Away replica goalkeeper hirt long sleeve (small Carlsberg logo) -
In left - 1997-98
Premier League Away replica goalkeeper shirt long sleeve № 1 David James (small
Carlsberg logo) - image with site Dragon Soccer Jersey Collection
Replica goalkeeper shirt long sleeve price: J
In a season 1997-98 the design away goalkeeper shirt has changed. Liverpool used
away goalkeeper shirt one season, 1997-98. Liverpool used away goalkeeper shirt how in
home, as and in away matches.
A G 1.0 - Away goalkeeper shirt (patches Premier
League & big Carlsberg logo & player number № 2) with away goalkeeper shorts
& away goalkeeper socks.
A G 1.1 - Away goalkeeper shirt (without patches &
big Carlsberg logo & player number № 2) with away goalkeeper shorts & away
A G 1.5 - For Reserves, Away goalkeeper shirt
(without patches & big Carlsberg logo & player number № 4 or 5-?) with away
goalkeeper shorts & away goalkeeper socks. Used in matches Pontins League.
A G 1.6 - For Youth, Away goalkeeper shirt
(without patches & without REEBOK logo & without Carlsberg logo & player
number № 5) with away goalkeeper shorts & away goalkeeper socks. Used in matches
Friendly Youth & FA Youth Cup.
In Liverpool Youth team players shirt without a without REEBOK logo & without
Carlsberg logo. Reserves and Youth teams not have family name players in back side shirt.
Number player (start line numbers only with 1 on 11) in Reserves and Youth teams in back
shirt not how shirt 1st team.
|| In season 1997-98 first in Liverpool shirt on player
number in down to have Premier League logo.
Reebok's first kit design for Liverpool incorporates several
features intended to recall Liverpool teams of old. The home kit is plain red with little
trim. The current Shankly gates and Hillsborough flame badge is set into a large oval, as
in the kits of the 50s and 60s. The turn over collar is more of a break with tradition
however, and is the first to appear on a Liverpool kit since the bad old days of Second
Again the shirt sported the extra badge on the
bottom of the shirt on the outside, This time the badge said simply "Reebok, Official
Merchandise" along side a smaller version of the same Liver bird badge as seen on the
chest of the shirt, The collar was all white apart from a red stripe that ran through it,
This strip also appeared on the white band at the end of the sleeves.
The badge was a curious design as the oval badge was a completely separate piece of
material that had been sewn onto the shirt, the badge was stitched and not embossed in any
way, The shirt did not display a stripe for the first time in a while, instead a very
faint image of the Liver Bird can be seen running through out the shirts material, whether
this was great attention to detail or a way to make it harder for the shirt to be copied
by the fake market remains to be seen.
For matches UEFA Cup used goalkeeper shirt with small Carlsberg logo.
|A G 1.0
|| West Ham United
|| Premier League
Full list when Liverpool goalkeepers used away goalkeeper
shirts will soon.
1st image, embroidered club emblem. 2nd image, family name
player and number № 2 use on Liverpool shirt for matches Premier League, FA Cup, League
Cup. 3rd image, family name player and number № 3 use on Liverpool shirt for matches
UEFA Cup. 4th image, without family name player and number № 4 use on Liverpool shirt
for matches Friendly. 5th image, without family name player and number № 5 use on
Liverpool shirt for matches Youth and may be Reserves. Last image, patch Premier
League use on sleeves Liverpool shirt for matches Premier League, FA Cup, League Cup
(patches used on two sleeves).
The Reebok era shirts are very unlike the Umbro era ones in
respect of size tags differences.
Attention! If you wish to buy a player shirt Liverpool on the
Internet auction, be close. Be careful of a fake or purchases of a player shirt a
semifinished item. The semifinished item is when on a game shirt add stripes (Premier
League or other tournaments), a logo "Carlsberg", a surname and number of the
player. One of large collectors of shirt of Liverpool Michael Yip warns about unfair
sellers from Hong Kong. It concerns shirt not only last decade, but also 80 and 90 years.
If you cannot distinguish a player shirt from a replica or a semifinished item, consult to
Colin Wright (www.lfcshirtcollector.com) or 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
of Liverpool F C players wearing the kits in season 1997-98
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 in individual games and would appreciate any
information you may have for this season's games.