The History Liverpool F.C. Kits 1995 - 1996
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Home player kits    
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  1995-96 Premier League Home player shirt long sleeve № 9 Ian Rush (big Carlsberg logo)  -  image with site Anfield Relics

  1995-96 UEFA Cup Home player shirt long sleeve № 2 Rob Jones (smaller Carlsberg logo)  -  image with site The Liverpool Shirts Museum

1995-96 Home replica shirt short sleeve № 9 Ian Rush (small Carlsberg logo)  -  image with site Old football shirts

    1995-96 Home players & replica shirt

  Manufacturer: Adidas

  Club sponsor: Carlsberg

  Years worn: 1995-96

  In this home shirt Liverpool first played (how second home shirt) in away Friendly match versus University College Dublin (Dublin, Ireland), 3-1, 16.05.1995, at Lansdowne Road, Ireland.

  Replica shirt short sleeve price: J34,99 (the price is specified in a year of made and sale of this shirt, 1995)

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

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  So what is meant by big Carlsberg and what is meant by small Carlsberg?

  A big Carlsberg version home player shirt has a larger size Carlsberg sponsor logo when placed inline with the replica shirt. As seen above, the upper shirt is a standard official replica shirt and the bottom sihrt is the big Carlsberg version home player shirt.


  The genuine player shirt comes with the thick-blue-rim velveteen Lextra Premier League patches applied on the sleeves.

  Show images of Liverpool F C players wearing the kits in season 1995-96   BEWARE: Finding a genuine match worn shirt from this era can prove difficult. Despite the common misunderstanding, Adidas DID release long sleeve replicas to the public. The safest way of ensuring that a shirt is genuinely match issued is to confirm that the sponsor is 27cm in length. All replicas had much smaller logos that measured 8.5inches. Lextra had to issue some slightly larger sleeve patches for Liverpool this season. These patches were sewn into the shirt instead of ironed on. Whilst these patches were not widely distributed to the public, collectors should be aware that there were still some fakers who were able to purchase these larger patches. To confirm a shirt as match worn, it should have a ‘large Carlsberg’ logo (27cm), sewn-on oversized sleeve patches, and player coded ‘133’ neck labels. If you cannot distinguish a player shirt from a replica or a semifinished item, consult to Colin Wright ( or Michael Yip (

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.