2020-21 Premier League 2 Third player shirt short sleeve № 8 Jack
Bearne (poppy badge) - not now good image
|| 2020-21 Third players
Manufacturer: Nike (made in Indonesia)
Club sponsor: Standard Chartered, AXA, Expedia
Years worn: 2020
Kits staff: Kit management co-ordinator: Lee Radcliffe, Kit
In this design third shirt (poppy badge) Liverpool played in away Premier League 2
match versus West Ham United, 4-2, 06.11.2020, 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 West Ham United
(31.10.2020). First poppy badge was used on shirt in autumn 2010.
First in history Liverpool FC, in season 2020-21, on shirts Under 23s teams in
Premier League 2 (U-23s) was used poppy badge.
Poppy badge on Liverpool U-23s team shirts other when on shirts Main team. WHU
U-23s WHU players in match vs Liverpool used other poppy badge.
In seson 2017-18, Liverpool played in shirts with Poppy badge
not one, in two matches.
1st row (left to right): Poppy badges for Remembrance Day.
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.
2nd row: 1st image, heat-press ironed poppy badge for Remembrance Day with special
written "LETS WE FORGET" for Premier League 2 (U-23s) match
Poppy badge is sewed on player shirts on a
miscellaneous. Left on Luis Suarez shirt, right on Raheem Sterling shirt (with season
Liverpool FC to support poppy appeal at West Ham
30th October 2020
Liverpool FC will support the Royal British Legion's Poppy Appeal 2020 this weekend
with shirts featuring poppies to commemorate Remembrance Day.
Following the Reds' fixture with West Ham United at Anfield on Saturday, the
players will sign their jerseys - worn to commemorate those who have made personal
sacrifices to secure and protect our freedom - and donate them to the Royal British Legion
to be auctioned to raise funds for the Poppy Appeal 2020.
Last year, the commemorative shirts worn during Liverpool's game against Manchester
City raised more than Ј52,000 for the Royal British Legion - a record-breaking total to
be raised by a single Premier League club's poppy shirts.
The Legion's work is more vital than ever this year as the charity supports
communities through additional hardships due to the COVID-19 pandemic, from those
struggling with social isolation, financial difficulties and unemployment, to others who
have lost loved ones or are facing the threat of homelessness.
Along with a minute's silence ahead of kick-off on Saturday, further support to the
Poppy Appeal will be given through an article published in the matchday programme,
perimeter LED boards and a Premier League LFC Poppy Pin, on sale in LFC's online retail
One hundred per cent of the proceeds raised from the sale of the badge will go
directly to the Royal British Legion. To purchase a club-branded pin badge and show your
support, click here.
Andy Robertson said: "It's always an honour for us as a team to wear the poppy
with pride to show our thanks to those in armed forces for the many sacrifices that they
"We thank them and their families too for everything they do, whilst also
remembering those who have lost their lives serving their country."
Liverpool FC Women's Remembrance fixture will take place on Sunday November 8 at
their FA Women's Championship clash with Sheffield United Women.
Claire Rowcliffe, director of fundraising at the Royal British Legion, said:
"The pandemic has had an overwhelming impact on people's livelihoods and way of life,
leaving some in the armed forces community in dire need of urgent help and support.
"We are extremely grateful for the support that Premier League clubs and the
football community show the Poppy Appeal every year. The Legion's work is entirely
dependent on the public's generous support, and this year we need that support more than
ever, so we can ensure that those who have served and sacrificed on our behalf are looked
after. Every poppy counts."
To donate to this year's Poppy Appeal or for more details on the match-worn shirt
auctions, visit premierleague.com/poppy..
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“Going once, going twice, SOLD! Premier league and
EFL match worn shirts up for auction now!”
31 October 2020
With Remembrance Day approaching, football fans will have the unique opportunity to
obtain an unrivalled fan item whilst showing their support for those who served our
As in recent years, clubs and players across the Premier League, Championship,
League One and League Two will wear a poppy on their official match day kit that will be
worn for the games in the lead-up to the Remembrance weekend. What’s more, the shirts
will be personally signed by the player, making it the ultimate piece of memorabilia.
With this annual event, football clubs across the country rejoice in raising vital
funding and awareness for the work of The Royal British Legion. The money raised helps
provide essential support to members of the armed forces community who made a sacrifice -
both physically and mentally - serving their country. The Legion is the country’s
largest Armed Forces charity but is completely dependent on the generosity of the public.
It is their aim to provide lifelong support for both serving and ex-serving personnel and
By winning one of these shirts, embroidered with the national symbol of remembrance
and hope, not only will you receive a highly unique piece of memorabilia, you will also
provide a helping hand to some of the most vulnerable within our society. You can go to
https://www.britishlegion.org.uk/about-us/who-we-are to find out more about The Legion and
how your contribution will have an impact.
The shirts will be placed on auction live from kick-off at
www.matchwornshirt.co.uk/poppy and will be available to fans across the globe. In times
where supporters cannot get close to football, this is the perfect opportunity to bring a
piece of the match to them. To mitigate any potential health risk, all shirts will be
professionally disinfected using UV-C light before being shipped to the winner. This will
preserve ‘match worn’ elements like mud and grass stains, but will eliminate traces of
DNA, bacteria and virus.
Getting involved could not be simpler. Just head over to
www.matchwornshirt.co.uk/poppy to find the shirt of your favourite Premier League or EFL
player and once the game begins, start placing your bids. Good luck!
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On auction matchwornshirt.co.uk sale 18 Liverpool worn and
spape home shirts with Poppy badge and signed Liverpool player. Auction start 42 October
2020 in 18:00 and end 5 December 2020 in 18:00. Liverpool shirts was sold for J53,632
Auctions have ended with the following results:
Mohamed Salah - sold for J4,500,00
Diogo Jota - sold for J3,789,00
Jordan Henderson - sold for J3,528,00
Trent Alexander-Arnold - sold for J3,473,00
Sadio Mane - sold for J3,353,00
Alisson Becker - sold for J3,341,00
Curtis Jones - sold for J3,300,00
Roberto Firmino - sold for J3,159,00
Andy Robertson - sold for J3,181,00
Georginio Wijnaldum - sold for J3,157,00
Joe Gomez - sold for J3,152,00
James Milner - sold for J3,136,00
Xherdan Shaqiri - sold for J3,091,00
Nathaniel Phillips - sold for J2,896,00
Neco Williams - sold for J2,591,00
Takumi Minamino - sold for J2,180,00
Adrian San Miguel del Castillo - sold for J1,903,00
Rhys Williams - sold for