Home players shirt
Club sponsor: Carlsberg
Years worn: 2001-02
In this home shirt Liverpool first played (how second home shirt) in home
Testimonial Ronnie Moran match versus Celtic (Glasgow, Scotland), 4-1, 15.05.2000, at
In left - 2001-02 Premier League Home player
shirt long sleeve № 4 Sami Hyypia (big Carlsberg logo, worn, signed Sami Hyypia)
- image with site Anfield Relics www.facebook.com/anfield.relics
In left - 2001-02 Friendly Home player shirt long
sleeve № 25 Igor Biscan (big Carlsberg logo) - image with site
Replica shirt short sleeve price: J39,99 (the price is specified
in a year of made and sale of this shirt, 2000-01)
In a end season 1999-00 the design home shirt has changed. Liverpool used home
shirt three seasons, 1999-00, 2000-01 & 2001-02. In season 1999-00, this shirt was
used how second home shirt. In season 2000-01, Liverpool used home shirt how in more home,
as and in more away matches.
H 1.0 - Home shirt (patches The FA Premier League
& big Carlsberg logo & player number № 1) with home shorts (emblem Barclays
Premier League in player number) & home socks.
H 1.1 - Home shirt (patches Charity Shield &
special embroudery Charity Shield & big Carlsberg logo & player number № 1) with
home shorts (emblem Barclays Premier League in player number) & home socks.
H 1.2 - Home shirt (patches The FA Premier
League & big Carlsberg logo & player number № 3) with home shorts (without
player number) & home socks.
H 1.3 - Home shirt (without patches &
special embroudery Asia Tour & big Carlsberg logo & player number № 1) with home
shorts (without player number) & home socks.
H 1.4 - For Reserves, Home shirt (patches The FA
Premier League & big Carlsberg logo & without patches & player number № 3)
with home shorts (without player number) & home socks. Used in matches Premier Reserve
H 1.5 - For U 19s & U 17s, Home shirt
(without patches & small Carlsberg logo & without patches & player number №
3) with home shorts (without player number) & home socks. Used in matches Friendly U
19s & U 17s, Premier Academy League & FA Youth Cup.
In Friendly main team matches was used home shirt without family name player
(except for 16.07.2001 & 19.07.2001). Reserves and Youth team not have family
name players in back side shirt. Number player (start line numbers only with 1 on 11) in
Reserves and Youth team in back shirt not how shirt 1st team.
In season 2001-02 on player shirt used big Carlsberg logo. Only for matches
Champions League & Super Cup used shirt with small Carlsberg logo.
In season 2001-02, Liverpool used away shirt with special embroidery, for match
Asia Tour (19.07.2001) and with special patch & embroidery, for match Charity Shield
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.
Friendly, vs University College Dublin (Dublin, Ireland), 16.05.1995.
Friendly, vs Sunderland, 18.05.1999.
Testimonial Ronnie Moran, vs Celtic (Glasgow, Scotland), 16.05.2000.
Testimonial Steve Staunton & Tony Cascarino, vs Ireland XI, 21.05.2000.
UEFA Cup, vs Barcelona, 05.04.2001.
Premier League, vs Newcastle United, 15.05.2004.
Premier League, vs Manchester City, 04.05.2008.
Premier League, vs Queens Park Rangers, 19.05.2013.
Friendly, vs Shamrock Rovers, 14.05.2014.
But those shirts issued for use in the Premier League possessed a much larger
Carlsberg logo, roughly 27.5cm wide. The Carlsberg logo on a player shirt was also made of
a much thicker plastic on the players’ jerseys in addition to ‘thick border’ to the
letters as well. Player shirts also did NOT have a ‘hydromove’ logo located at right
sleeve of the shirt.
How to distinguish a home shirt of a season 2000-01, from a third shirt of a season
2001-02, very difficultly, but I now not know.
Full list when Liverpool playerrs used home shirt will
1st row (left to right): 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 & Friendly main team (only for 19.07.2001). 3rd
image, player number № 3 use on Liverpool shirt for matches Friendly main team (except
for 19.07.2001) and Reserves and Youth team. 4th image, Premier League patch use on
sleeves Liverpool shirt for matches Premier League, FA Cup, League Cup & Friendly main
team (except for 16.07.2001 & 19.07.2001) (on every sleeves). 5th image, special
embroidery for match Asia Tour.
2nd row: 1st image, patch Charity Shield use on sleeve shirt
for match Super Cup (on every sleeves). Last image, special embroidery for match Charity
Attention! The 2000-02 home match shirt has three major
differences from a replica. 1) The shirt has a large Carlsberg logo that is 27cm wide. 2)
The Reebok logo on the chest is made from rubber and NOT embroidered into the shirt. 3)
There is NO ‘hydromove’ logo on the right sleeve. Match issued shirts for the UEFA cup
had the smaller Carlsberg logo but still had rubber Reebok logos and no ‘hydromove’
tags to help differentiate them from replicas. Obviously the shirts used in the Premier
League with large Carlsberg logos are much more valuable than the UEFA Cup shirts with
small Carlsberg logos. If you cannot distinguish a player shirt from a replica or a
semifinished item consult to Michael Yip (www.liverpoolkits.com).
between a player shirt and a replica shirt, and as other features of a player shirt to
of Liverpool F.C. players wearing the kits in season 2001-02
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.