Liverpool FC Home players kits 2013 - 2014      
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2013-14 Premier League Home player shirt short sleeve № 8 Steven Gerrard (Hillsborough patch)  -  not now good image

2013-14 U 21s Premier League Home player shirt short sleeve № 5 (Hillsborough patch)  -  image with site Liverpool Match Shirts

2013-14 Legends Home player shirt short sleeve № 96 John Barnes (Hillsborough patch, worn, signed John Barnes)  -  image with site The Liverpool Shirts Museum

    2013-14 Home players shirt

  Manufacturer: Warrior

  Club sponsor: Standart Chartered

  Years worn: 2014

  In this design home shirt (Hillsborough patch) Liverpool played in home Premier League match versus Manchester City, 3-2, 12.04.2013, at Anfield.

  In Legends match between LFC Local Legends (photo in top left page, Jamie Redknapp L H 1.0) and LFC International Legends (21.04.2014) in remember Hillsborough tragedy (14.04.1989), all players two teams have only players numbers 96.

  For manager Liverpool F.C. Brendan Rodgers was made special armband with Hillsborough patch. Brendan Rodgers dressing this special armband with Hillsborough patch on club jacket in this three home matches, how and all team. His was with this special armband in away Premier League match versus Norwich City (20.04.2014).


  Hillsborough patch (left). Hillsborough patch on special armband (right).

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13.04.2014   home   Manchester City   Premier League
27.04.2014   home   Chelsea   Premier League
11.05.2014   hone   Newcastle United   Premier League
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14.04.2014   home   Everton   U 21s Premier League
02.04.2014   home   Manchester United   U 21s Premier League Play-Off
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21.05.2014   home   LFC International Legends   Friendly Legends

   'Celebration of the 96' to mark 25 years
  27th Feb 2014

  A special charity event involving players past and present will take place at Anfield on Easter Monday to celebrate the lives of the 96 Liverpool fans who died at Hillsborough.
hillsborough website

  The 'Celebration of the 96' event, which has been planned by the Hillsborough Family Support Group (HFSG), with support from Liverpool FC, will include a 90-minute match between local Reds legends and international legends.

  Taking place on Monday, April 21, the event will also see a community football session on the pitch with first-team, Academy and Ladies players all involved.

  Fans who purchase a ticket by Friday, April 4 will also have the chance to enter a competition to go onto the pitch at Anfield to meet with first-team players and put a question to one of them as part of a Q&A session.

  Tickets for the event will be priced at Ј15 for an adult and Ј5 for kids. All proceeds will be split between the HFSG and LFC's charity, the Liverpool FC Foundation, which will be put back into the local community through the Foundation's programmes.

  More details of the event will follow, but the list of legends who will be playing for the Liverpool local team includes names like David James, Jamie Carragher, Gary McAllister, Ray Houghton, Ian Rush, Robbie Fowler, Steve McManaman, Peter Beardsley and John Barnes. They will be managed by Kenny Dalglish.

  The Liverpool international team, which will be managed by Gerard Houllier, will include the likes of Luis Garcia, Markus Babbel, Jan Molby, Stephane Henchoz, Stig Inge Bjornebye, Dietmar Hamann and Vladimir Smicer.

  There will also be plenty of pre-match entertainment before kick-off at 2pm GMT.

  Margaret Aspinall, chair of the HFSG, said: "We wanted to host an event to celebrate the lives of the 96 and give people the opportunity to come to Anfield for a fun afternoon.

  "We've decided to split the proceeds with LFC's Foundation, so it will not only support the families, but also support future generations within the Liverpool community.

  "It's great to see the current and former Liverpool players showing their support in numbers and I hope a lot of people will come along to join us on the day."

  Kenny Dalglish added: "This is a great opportunity for the families and fans to come together at Anfield for a celebration in honour of the 96.

  "Everyone here at Liverpool Football Club is behind this event and it is also great to see so many former players travelling in to make this a special day."

  Tickets will initially be available to season ticket holders and LFC members from Friday, February 28, with a general sale to follow on the week commencing March 10.

  Hillsborough Patch: J2.00 (the price is specified in a year of made and sale of this patch, 2014)

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  To help mark the 25th Anniversary of Hillsborough, Liverpool FC is launching an official commemorative iron-on patch for fans to purchase from all official Club stores.

  Fans will be encouraged to buy the patch and wear it for the Liverpool FC v Manchester City match on Sunday 13th April, which will also be worn by the players throughout the game. It will also be worn for the final three home games.

  The patch will is Ј2 to purchase, with 100% of profits being split between Hillsborough families.

  If you purchase a patch your shipping will be discounted to Ј3 on all orders Worldwide.

  Hillsborough Patch Instruction

  As part of the club's plans to mark the 25th anniversary of Hillsborough on Tuesday, April 15, Liverpool FC have launched a special 'Patch for the 96' campaign.

  When the club comes together for a memorial service at Anfield next month, a quarter of a century will have passed since the tragedy occurred and 96 supporters lost their lives.

  The official commemorative iron-on patch - which costs Ј2, with all profits to be donated to Hillsborough families - is available to purchase from official club stores and the Official LFC Online Store.

  First-team players will show their support for the fundraising initiative by wearing the patch for each of the Reds' final three home fixtures, beginning against Manchester City on April 13.

  In addition, the Liverpool Ladies team will also sport the patch from the opening match of their season, with City on April 17, until the Women's Super League takes a mid-season break in June.

  Margaret Aspinall, chair of the Hillsborough Family Support Group (HFSG), commented: "The 25th anniversary of Hillsborough is an important milestone for the families.

  "The 'Patch for the 96' is a special way for all football fans from across the world to come together in support and is a commemorative sign of unity."

  Click here to get your patch online.

  Check out the embedded video and graphic below for further information on the patch, including instructions of how to apply to suitable clothing and garments.

  The patch will also be worn by former Liverpool players at the 'Celebration of the 96' charity match event, arranged by the HFSG and scheduled for Monday, April 21 at the Reds' home ground.

  That day is to include a 90-minute friendly encounter between local Reds legends and international legends, plus a community football session on the pitch with first-team, Academy and Ladies players.

  Tickets for the one-off event are priced at Ј15 for adults and Ј5 for children, with all proceeds to be split between the HFSG and the Liverpool FC Foundation, the club's official charity. Click here for more details.

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  Interesting fact: 16 April 2006, in away Premier League match Blackburn Rovers-Liverpool, players two teams to go at pitch in special armband "15th APRIL 1989", in remember about 17th years tragedy at Hillsborough. This may be was first special item which was made and used in official match in Liverpool F.C. shirt.

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