1998-99 Friendly Fourth player shirt short sleeve № 17 Paul Ince
(big Carlsberg logo) -
Fourth players shirt
Club sponsor: Carlsberg
Years worn: 1999-01
In this fourth shirt Liverpool first played in away Friendly match versus
Sunderland, 3-2, 18.05.1999, at Stadium of Light.
Replica shirt short sleeve price: J39,99 (the price is specified
in a year of made and sale of this shirt, 1999)
In a end season 1998-99 the design fourth shirt has change d(not know how right
named this design kits). Liverpool used fourth shirt three seasons, 1997-98, 1998-99 &
2000-2001. In season 1998-99, this shirt was used how away shirt. In season 2000-2001,
this shirt was used how third shirt.
F 1.0 - Away shirt (without patches & big
Carlsberg logo & player number № 3) with fourth shorts & fourth socks.
Reserves and Youth teams not have family name players in back side shirt. Number
player (start line numbers only with 1 on 11) in in back shirt not how shirt 1st
Not think what this kits used Liverpool Reserves and Youth
teams in season 1998-99.
Why this shirt from my site have name "Fouth
player shirt", only for classification of the kits.
This was not first in history club, when in
one of match end season, Liverpool used kits next season. This was how in Friendly, as in
official matches. For example, in matches:
European Cup Final, vs Juventus (Turin, Italy), 29.05.1985.
Full list to see here.
|| First in
history Liverpool F C kits, has appeared on shorts player number, this was only in matches
UEFA Cup. May be in first, shorts with player number used some teams in England, Chelsea
(1964 to 1977), Ipswich Town (1969 to 1977) and else some teams. In Scotland, this club
was Celtic (Glasgow), with December 1960.
Reebok added Yet another new away kit for the 1999-2001
season, The shirt left was introduced described as "turf green" in colour, The
design of the shirt changed quite considerably from the previous kits, The Liver Bird
badge changed fundamentally and was placed for the first time by Reebok in the centre of
the shirt as opposed to the left side of the chest, The Reebok logo also appeared in the
centre of the shirt above the Liverpool badge.
A large white and dark green stripe was sported upon the shirt running horizontally
from the right shoulder to the left hip, This ran through the sponsors logo of Carlsberg
and this stripe was also a first on a Liverpool kit, The collar was a standard turn over
V-neck style in the same dark green as appeared in the stripe, it also had a thin white
stripe on the trim of this green collar, this dark green trimming was repeated at the end
of the sleeves on both the short and long sleeve shirts.
1st image, embroidered club emblem. 2nd image, family name
player and player number № 1 use on Liverpool shirt for matches Premier League, FA Cup
& League Cup. 3rd image, family name player and player number № 2 use on Liverpool
shirt for matches UEFA Cup. 4th image, without family name player and number № 3 use on
Liverpool shirt for matches Friendly main team. 5th 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, player shirt and replica shirt.
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).
between a player shirt and a replica shirt, and as other features of a player shirt
to look here
images of Liverpool FC players wearing the kits in season 1998-99
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 FC in individual games and would appreciate any
information you may have for this season's games.