The History Liverpool F.C. Kits 2016 - 2017
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  2016-17 Premier League Home goalkeeper shirt short sleeve № 1 Loris Karius (heat-press ironed poppy badge worn, signed)  -  image with site eBay

    2016-17 Home goalkeepers shirt

  Manufacturer: New Balance

  Club sponsor: Standard Chartered, BetVictor

  Years worn: 2016

  In this home goalkeeper shirt (poppy badge) Liverpool played in home Premier League match versus Watford, 6-1, 06.11.2016, 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 Watford (06.11.2016). First poppy badge was used on shirt in autumn 2010.

  How and with Liverpool psppy shirt with season 2012-13, with this shirt nave some different. If you will on my page about home shirt season 2016-17, you can read what Liverpool shirt which was made for matches  Premier League start tours, have on sleeves not right ironing patches Premier League,
  With some home shirt (poppy badge) also have different. To watch on image, Georginio Wijnaldum: right ironing patches Premier League (1st & 2nd images). Trent Alexander-Arnold,:not right ironing patches Premier League (4th image). On 3rd image, Oviemuno Ejaria, his to go on field 86', only on his shirt was worn in match with not right ironing patches Premier League.
  On The Royal British Legion auction offer, now I know now 2 issue home shirts (poppy badge) with not right ironing patches Premier League, shirts Trent Alexander-Arnold and Marko Grujic. On eBay site have else some shirt player which was on bench in this match when not to see patches.
  Wish write, what this not mistake Liverpool F.C. kits mans, they use home shirts which made else before start season.


  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, 2010-11.

2010 2011 2012 2013
2014 2015


  Poppy badge  is sewed on player shirts on a miscellaneous. Left on Luis Suarez shirt, right on Raheem Sterling shirt (with season 2012-13).

  Reds to show respect with poppy shirts on Sunday
  2nd Nov 2016

  Liverpool FC will commemorate Remembrance weekend by playing in special kit featuring poppies when they host Watford at Anfield in the Premier League on Sunday.

  After the game, the Reds squad will sign their worn jerseys and donate them to the Royal British Legion for auction to raise valuable funds.

  Last year’s special edition poppy shirts – worn by the team during their Remembrance Sunday fixture against Crystal Palace – raised more than Ј22,000.

  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 sides will be led onto the pitch by Legion standard bearer Eddie Flaherty, together with Joe McGowan from the Liverpool Pals Association and Josh Hickey, a local cadet who will lay a large poppy wreath.

  Further support to the Poppy Appeal will be given through an article in the matchday programme, perimeter LED board advertising and a pre-match bucket collection around the stadium.

  Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson said: “Once again it’s a great honour for me to lead the team out wearing the poppy shirts this weekend.

  “It’s important to pay our respects together with our fans to those who have lost their lives serving their country.

  “We want to show our appreciation and thank all of our Armed Forces personnel for the fantastic work they do, and their families who support them.”

  The Royal British Legion’s director of fundraising, Claire Rowcliffe, added: “We are extremely grateful for the support the Premier League clubs and football community show the Poppy Appeal year on year.

  “The Legion’s work is entirely dependent on the public’s generous support – so please wear your poppy with pride, knowing you have made a real difference to the lives of service men and women, veterans and their loved ones.”

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  Reds present signed poppy shirts to Royal British Legion
  2nd Nov 2016

  Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson made a special presentation for the Poppy Appeal at Melwood, to help raise funds for the Royal British Legion.

  The Reds midfielder handed over the signed poppy shirts that the team proudly wore during their Premier League clash with Watford at Anfield on November 6.

  Lance Corporal Chris Murphy, Able Seaman Barry Jones and Chief Petty Officer Tony McTigue received the special jerseys alongside Bill Martin, Royal British Legion Membership Support Officer for Merseyside and West Lancashire.

  All of the shirts are now available to bid for on eBay, with all funds raised set to provide essential care and support to serving members of the Armed Forces, veterans of all ages and their families.

  Henderson said: “It was an honour for the team and I to wear the poppy shirts to show our respect and thanks to the Armed Forces for their dedication and work serving their country.

  “These honourable people are heroes in our society and their bravery and commitment should be admired.”

  Martin said: “On behalf of the Royal British Legion, I would like to thank Liverpool Football Club for their continued support of the Poppy Appeal.

  “Raising funds to help support our work with serving members of the Armed Forces and ex-personnel across the Merseyside region is vital and we are grateful for the backing we have received from the club.

  “Last year, the shirts donated from the Crystal Palace fixture raised over Ј22,000 for the Poppy Appeal. This year, it would be great if we can match this or, even better, exceed it.”

  To bid on the LFC signed poppy jerseys on eBay, please click here.

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  On auction The Royal British Legion on eBay sale 21 Liverpool worn and issue home shirts with Poppy badge and signed Liverpool player. Auction start 1 December in 20:35 and end 11 December in 20:35, 2016.

  Auctions have ended with the following results:

  James Milner - sold for J

  Philippe Coutinho - sold for J

  Lucas Leiva - sold for J

  Roberto Firmino - sold for J

  Nathaniel Clyne - sold for J

  Jordan Henderson - sold for J

  Daniel Sturridge - sold for J

  Alberto Moreno - sold for J

  Georginio Wijnaldum - sold for J

  Loris Karius - sold for J

  Emre Can - sold for J

  Adam Lallana - sold for J

  Joel Matip - sold for J

  Sadio Mane - sold for J

  Simon Mignolet - sold for J

  Divock Origi - sold for J

  Marko Grujic - sold for J

  Trent Alexander-Arnold - sold for J

  Ragnar Klavan - sold for J

  Dejan Lovren - sold for J

  Dejan Lovren - sold for J


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