2013-14 Premier League Home player shirt short sleeve № 14 Jordan
Henderson (printed Seeing is Believing, worn) - image with site The
Liverpool Shirts Museum www.liverpoolkits.com
2013-14 Premier League Home player shirt short sleeve (printed
Seeing is Believing) - image with site The Liverpool Shirts Museum
Home players shirt
Club sponsor: Standart Chartered
Years worn: 2014
In this design home shirt (printed Seeing is Believing) Liverpool play in home
Premier League match versus Tottenham Hotspur, 4-0, 29.03.2014, at Anfield.
Liverpool played in this design home shirt in only one home Premier League match
versus Tottenham Hotspur (29.03.2014). Will also supporter company for win and to buy home
shirt in auctions. In first shirt with printed Seeing is Believing was used Liverpool in
home Premier League match versus Chelsea (08.05.2012). This third season when Liverpool F
C, Standart Chartered and Seeing is Believing spend this the action.
In season 2015-16, shirt with Seeing is Believing not was
Richard Meddings, group finance director at Standard
Chartered and chairman of Seeing is Believing says: "Seeing is Believing has received
incredibly strong support from Liverpool F C fans in the past, raising more than J100,000
through the activities around the last two 'Perfect Match' games. We are very grateful for
that support, which helps transform the lives of many individuals around the world by
either preventing or curing avoidable blindness."
Company logo in home shirt (top). 1st image: printed on
home shirt "Seeing is Believing". 2nd image: printed on away goalkeeper shirt
"Seeing is Believing".
Interesting one, what two last seasons, print
"Seeing is Believing", how on field, as on goalkeeper shirt was on colors
identical. Here in this match print "Seeing is Believing" on home shirt,
yellow-white, but print "Seeing is Believing" on away goalkeeper shirt,
gray-white, why as. Else, if good to look on print "Seeing is Believing" on away
goalkeeper shirt, can to see what print "Seeing is Believing" in a framework.
If you have information, why such difference, please please contact us.
LFC and Standard Chartered begin week of activity
24th Mar 2014
Liverpool FC and Standard Chartered are today kicking off a week of activity to
support Standard Chartered's global charitable initiative 'Seeing is Believing', which
aims to tackle avoidable blindness.
The highlight of the week will be the home clash with Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday,
March 30, when the Reds will replace the usual Standard Chartered logo on their shirts
with the 'Seeing is Believing' emblem.
This will be the third time that the 'Seeing is Believing' logo has been displayed
on the iconic red jersey to raise awareness of the programme's work in the fight against
After the game, five limited edition player shirts from the match will be signed
and auctioned on eBay to raise money for 'Seeing is Believing'; all donations will be
matched by Standard Chartered, making this fixture the 'Perfect Match', with the club and
its sponsor coming together to support an important cause.
The club will also raise awareness for 'Seeing is Believing' by releasing five
videos throughout the week. The clips will see first-team players Lucas Leiva and Jordan
Henderson, legends Robbie Fowler and Steve McManaman, and celebrity fans John Bishop and
Andy Brown taking part in a number of challenges, competing to see who will be crowned the
'Perfect Match' pair.
These videos will also form the basis of a competition to win signed 'Seeing is
Believing' Liverpool shirts via Standard Chartered's Facebook page.
Further activities will focus on a local project visit by first-team players Iago
Aspas and Simon Mignolet, and live match commentary on Twitter via @LFC by legend Dietmar
Hamann during the aforementioned Spurs fixture.
Richard Meddings, group finance director at Standard Chartered and chairman of
'Seeing is Believing', commented: "'Seeing is Believing' has received incredibly
strong support from Liverpool FC fans in the past, raising more than Ј100,000 through the
activities around the last two 'Perfect Match' games. We are very grateful for that
support, which helps transform the lives of many individuals around the world by either
preventing or curing avoidable blindness."
There are 39million blind people worldwide, yet in eight out of 10 cases, blindness
can be prevented or treated. 90 per cent of avoidable blindness occurs in the developing
world, affecting many communities where Standard Chartered operates.
Through simple treatments and affordable surgeries, it is possible to transform the
lives of both children and adults, benefiting not only those who receive treatment, but
also their families. It is one of the most cost-effective health interventions - with a
cataract operation, for example, costing as little as Ј17.
Tackling avoidable blindness is an issue with which Standard Chartered has been
helping to make an impact and the bank has been supporting the cause for more than a
Billy Hogan, chief commercial officer at Liverpool, added: "We continue to
work closely with Standard Chartered to raise awareness and funds for 'Seeing is
Believing' both in the UK and the rest of the world.
"For the past two seasons, the logo swap has worked as a fantastic platform to
help promote the initiative and raise money, and we hope this season it can go even
further. 'Seeing is Believing' is a fantastic programme and we are proud to be able to use
the reach of Liverpool FC to support such a worthy cause."
After the match against Tottenham, fans will be able to bid for the limited edition
shirts from the game through eBay, with all money raised going towards 'Seeing is
Believing'. Fans can head to www.ebay.co.uk/perfectmatch
from 5pm BST on Monday, March 31.
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