2015-16 Premier League Home player shirt short sleeve № 2
Nathaniel Clyne (embroider poppy badge) - image with site The Liverpool
Shirts Museum www.liverpoolkits.com
Home players shirt
Club sponsor: Standard Chartered, P T Garuda Indonesia
Years worn: 2015
In this home shirt (poppy badge) Liverpool played in home Premier League match
versus Crystal Palace, 1-2, 08.11.2015, at Anfield.
Liverpool how and other English clubs on shirts was poppy badge for Remembrance
Day. For Liverpool this was in home Premier League match versus Crystal Palace
(08.11.2015). In first poppy badge was used in autumn 2010.
Last year’s (2015) special edition poppy shirts – worn by
the team during their Remembrance Sunday fixture against Crystal Palace – raised more
Poppy badges for Remembrance Day. Left to right): 1st image,
heat-press ironed poppy badge for Remembrance Day with special written "1914 - 2014
FOOTBALL REMEMBERS". 2nd image, embroidered poppy badge for Remembrance Day with
plastic special written "1914 - 2014 FOOTBALL REMEMBERS". 3rd image, heat-press
ironed poppy badge for Remembrance Day, used in seasons, 2011-12 to 2013-14. 3rd image, embroidered poppy badge for Remembrance Day, used in season,
Poppy badge is sewed on player shirts on a
miscellaneous. Left on Luis Suarez shirt, right on Raheem Sterling shirt (with season
Reds to show respect with poppy shirts
6th Nov 2015
Liverpool FC players will play in special kit embroidered with poppies to
commemorate Remembrance weekend when they host Crystal Palace at Anfield in the Barclays
Premier League on Sunday November 8, 2015.
As part of plans, the Reds will also sign their jerseys and donate them to the
Royal British Legion to auction to raise valuable funds.
Last year, the special edition poppy-embroidered shirts worn by Liverpool during
their Remembrance Sunday fixture against Chelsea raised a record Ј34,163 for The Royal
British Legion. These vital funds help the Royal British Legion’s work supporting today’s
generation of Armed Forces families and veterans, whether living with an injury or
illness, coping with bereavement or finding employment.
In addition to a minute's silence before kick-off, the teams will be led onto the
pitch by Legion standard bearer Eddie Flaherty, together with Flt Lt Ruth Caplan and
Warrant Officer Kevin Mathison from 611 Sqn RAF Woodvale.
Further support to the Poppy Appeal will be provided through an article published
in the matchday programme, perimeter LED board advertising, and a pre-match bucket
Liverpool FC vice-captain James Milner, said: "It's really important that the
team and the fans have the opportunity to pay their respects together at Anfield this
weekend and remember all of those who lost their lives serving their country.
“I'd like to thank all of those involved in the armed forces, and their families
for the amazing work they do."
The Royal British Legion’s director of fundraising Charles Byrne said: “We are
incredibly grateful for the support that the football community show the Poppy Appeal year
“The Legion’s work is entirely dependent on the public’s generous support –
so please wear your poppy with pride, knowing that you are helping the Armed Forces
community to live on.”
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Reds present signed poppy shirts for auction
8th Dec 2015
Liverpool vice-captain James Milner has made a special presentation for the Poppy
Appeal at Melwood which will now help raise funds for the Royal British Legion.
The Reds midfielder handed over 31 signed poppy shirts that the team proudly wore
during their fixture against Crystal Palace at Anfield on Sunday November 8.
Flt Lt Ruth Caplan and Warrant Officer Kevin Mathison, from 611 Sqn RAF Woodvale,
received the special jerseys alongside Bill Martin, RBL County Secretary for Merseyside
and West Lancashire.
All 31 shirts are now available to bid for on eBay and all monies raised will go
towards providing essential care and support to serving members of the armed forces,
veterans of all ages and their families.
Milner said: “It’s a real honour for the team to wear the poppy on our shirts.
“We are extremely thankful to all who serve in the armed forces for the amazing
work that they do in serving our country. They’re real-life heroes and their hard work
and bravery does not go unnoticed.”
Martin added: “On behalf of the Royal British Legion I would like to thank the
club for the support they have given to the Poppy Appeal over the past seven years.
“The backing we receive is so important and enables us to raise vital funds which
help support our work that we deliver to serving members of the armed forces and
ex-personnel across the Merseyside region and beyond.
“Last year, the shirts donated from the Chelsea fixture raised a huge amount of
money for the Poppy Appeal. It would be fantastic if we can achieve this figure again this
year or, even better, beat it.”
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On auction eBay sale 31 Liverpool home shirts with poppy
badge and full signed Liverpool team players. Auction start 8 December and end ?.
Auctions have ended with the following results:
race for new Liverpool kit season 2015-16 and Revealed: LFC's new 2015-16 home kit
images of Liverpool F.C. players wearing the kits in season 2015-16