The History Liverpool F.C. Kits 1993 - 1994
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Home player kits
H 1.0 H 1.1 H 1.2 H 1.3



1993-94 Premier League Home player shirt long sleeve № 18 Ronny Rosenthal (small Carlsberg logo)  -  image with site The Liverpool Shirts Museum www.liverpoolkits.com



1993-94 Premier League Home player shirt long sleeve № 8 Paul Stewart (big Carlsberg logo, signed)  -  image of the collection Andy902



1993-94 Friendly main team Home player shirt long sleeve № 3 Julian Dicks (small Carlsberg logo)  -  image with site eBay www.ebay.com

  1993-94 Home players shirt


  Manufacturer: Adidas

  Club sponsor: Carlsberg

  Years worn: 1993-95

  In this home shirt (small Carlsberg logo) Liverpool may be first played in away Friendly match versus Kevin Keegan XI, 5-0, 23.07.1993, at Don Valley Stadium.

  In this home shirt (big Carlsberg logo) Liverpool may be first played in home Premier League match versus Aston Villa, 2-1, 28.11.1993, at Anfield.

  Replica shirt short sleeve price: J32,99 (the price is specified in a year of made and sale of this shirt, 1993-94)

  In a season 1993-94 the design home shirt has changed. Liverpool used home shirt two seasons, 1993-94 & 1994-95. Liverpool used home shirt how in all home, as and in more away matches. In season 1993-94, Liverpool used second home kits.

  H 1.0 - Home shirt (patches THE F.A. PREMIER LEAGUE & small Carlsberg logo & player number adidas equipment logo № 1) with home shorts & home socks.
  H 1.1  - Home shirt (patches THE F.A. PREMIER LEAGUE & big Carlsberg logo & player number adidas equipment logo № 1) with home shorts & home socks.
  H 1.2  - Home shirt (patches THE F.A. PREMIER LEAGUE & small Carlsberg logo & player number unknown adidas equipment logo № 3) with home shorts & home socks.
  H 1.3  - Home shirt (patches THE F.A. PREMIER LEAGUE & special embroidery Testimonial Steve Nicol & small Carlsberg logo & player number adidas equipment logo № 3) with home shorts & home socks.
  * 1.- * - Unknown me now which player kits used in this matches.

  In Liverpool Youth teams players shirt without a sponsor 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.

  Once more the Liverpool strip was again changed, This time in 1993, although it was another Adidas corporate design, this time with the three white stripes on both sides of the shirt and shorts. A green stripe was even added to the collar trim of the home shirt, presumably at the request of sponsors Carlsberg.

  The new centenary style badge, incorporating the Shankly gates and the Hillsborough flame (first used on this shirt) was added to the kit, but in the centre of the shirt because of the design. Although this badge used was similar to the badge first seen on the centenary shirt it did have its subtle differences.

  The shirts does sport a stripe also, similar to the home shirts in the late 80s, although at first glance the shirt is all red in one colour upon closer inspection there are stripes running through the shirt in a shiny material.

  Since a season 1993-94 players of the teams which are taking part in Premier League, began to have constant numbers and as there were surnames of players on shirts (below right). Before, surnames of players of Liverpool on shirts were only in one match of the World Club Championship against Flamengo (Brazil), 3/13/1981 (below left).




  In season 1993-94, Liverpool used home shirt with special embroidery, for match Testimonial Steve Nicol (10.10.1993).

                           

  Serious collectors may notice (I am not sure if they do) that actually Liverpool adopted two batches of this so called "Ribs" players shirts between the seasons 1993-95. In the first half season of 1993-94, Liverpool adopted the players shirts with much smaller sized Carlsberg logo sponsor (that is replica sized sponsor), just like the Robbie Fowler (23.10.1993) picture in left. Suddenly in the mid-season, the club's shirts changed to have a much much bigger Carlsberg logo like the Ronnie Whelan (30.04.1994) picture on the right hand side picture above. This started the era of claims "Oh..Liverpool players shrits are authenticated by having much bigger Carlsberg logo than replicas". (with site liverpoolkits.com)

  Robbie Fowler in match versus Aston Villa, 28.11.1993, at Anfield. How I think in this match first Liverpool used home shirt with big Carlsberg logo.

  What I think about big and small Carlsberg there can be a business in other, I shall try to understand with this hardly later. One of variant this what - There were two variations of the home player shirt. In 1993-94 the ‘Carlsberg’ logo across the chest was 8.5inces wide (the same size as a replica), but in middle season 1993-94 (in november Liverpool playin with small Carlsberg) this was increased to 11inches to maximise the exposure of the brewery following the arrival of Sky TV.

  Have else different between home shirt with small and big Carlsberg logo, It is cardinally different design of a label under a collar. On player and replica shirt with small Carlsberg log it is almost identical.

                        

  The second difference is NOT noted by most collectors. Besides the Carlsberg size difference, the small Carlsberg players shirt doesn't have the registered mark "circle-R" embroidery next to the adidas equipment logo № 1. Only for the later on big Carlsberg players shirts, they bear the circle-R embroidery № 2.

H 1.0
14.08.1993   home   Sheffield Wednesday   Premier League
18.08.1993   away   Queens Park Rangers   Premier League
25.08.1993   home   Tottenham Hotspur   Premier League
28.08.1993   home   Leeds United   Premier League
01.09.1993   away   Coventry City   Premier League
12.09.1993   home   Blackburn Rovers   Premier League
18.09.1993   away   Everton   Premier League
22.09.1993   away   Fulham   League Cup
25.09.1993   away   Chelsea   Premier League
02.10.1993   home   Arsenal   Premier League
05.10.1993   home   Fulham   League Cup
16.10.1993   home   Oldham Athletic   Premier League
23.10.1993   away   Manchester City   Premier League
27.10.1993   home   Ipswich Town   League Cup
30.10.1993   home   Southampton   Premier League
06.11.1993   home   West Ham United   Premier League
21.11.1993   away   Newcastle United   Premier League
H 1.1
28.11.1993   home   Aston Villa   Premier League
01.12.1993   home   Wimbledon   League Cup
04.12.1993   away   Sheffield Wednesday   Premier League
08.12.1993   home   Queens Park Rangers   Premier League
11.12.1993   home   Swindon Town   Premier League
14.12.1993   away   Wimbledon   League Cup
18.12.1993   away   Tottenham Hotspur   Premier League
28.12.1993   home   Wimbledon   Premier League
01.01.1994   away   Ipswich Town   Premier League
04.01.1994   home   Manchester United   Premier League
15.01.1994   away   Oldham Athletic   Premier League
22.01.1994   home   Manchester City   Premier League
25.01.1994   home   Bristol City   FA Cup
05.02.1994   home   Norwich City   Premier League
19.02.1994   away   Leeds United   Premier League
26.02.1994   home   Coventry City   Premier League
05.03.1994   away   Blackburn Rovers   Premier League
13.03.1994   home   Everton   Premier League
19.03.1994   home   Chelsea   Premier League
02.04.1994   home   Sheffield United   Premier League
04.04.1994   away   Wimbledon   Premier League
09.04.1994   home   Ipswich Town   Premier League
16.04.1994   home   Newcastle United   Premier League
30.04.1994   home   Norwich City   Premier League
29.05.1994   neutral   Iwisa Kaizer Chiefs   Friendly
H 1.2
23.07.1993   away   Kevin Keegan XI   Friendly
28.07.1993   away   Birmingham City   Friendly
31.07.1993   away   Tranmere Rovers   Friendly
H 1.3
10.10.1993   home   Great Britain XI   Testimonial
* 1.- *
02.08.1993   away   Raufoss II   Friendly
04.08.1993   away   Rosenborg B K   Friendly
07.08.1993   away   Burnley   Friendly
19.10.1993   away   Bord Gais League   Friendly
09.05.1994   away   Shelbourne   Friendly
22.05.1994   neutral   Aston Villa   Friendly
26.05.1994   neutral   Cape Town Spurs   Friendly

      
                                                             

  1st row: 1st image, embroidered club emblem. 2nd image, family name player and number (Adidas logo) № 1 use on Liverpool shirt for matches Premier League, FA Cup, League Cup & Friendly main team (only for 29.05.1994), in season 1993-94. 3rd image, family name player and number (inscription Adidas) № 2 use on Liverpool shirt for matches Premier League, FA Cup, League Cup in season 1994-95. 4th image, without family name player and number № 3 use on Liverpool shirt for Friendly matches main team (except for 29.05.1994). 5th image, patch THE F.A. PREMIER LEAGUE use on sleeves Liverpool shirt for matches Premier League, FA Cup, League Cup & Friendly main team (patches used on two sleeves).
  2nd row: 1st image, special embroidery for match Testimonial Steve Nicol.


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

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

 


  Show images of Liverpool F C players wearing the kits in season 1993-94   BEWARE: There are many shirts in this style on eBay that claim to be match worn but these usually turn out to be long sleeve replicas with names and numbers added. There are however a number of tiny differences that can prove the authenticity of these shirts, but I will not post these online to avoid fraudsters gaining some useful tips in their quest to rip off the public. If you cannot distinguish a player shirt from a replica or a semifinished item, consult to Michael Yip (www.liverpoolkits.com).

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