Once Liverpool FC were formed, they originally wore a blue and white home kit until 1896 when the club reverted to a plain red home shirt that remains the base colour to date. As for the away shirt, the team largely wore a white shirt throughout the 20th century although yellow and green shirts became more popular on the road during the 80s and 90s. One of the most popular Liverpool home shirts was the one used in 1984 where the club won the English League, League Cup and the European Cup and it was worn by Mark Lawrenson, Ronnie Whelan, Alan Hansen, Ian Rush and Graeme Souness.
At the start of 1979, the club placed the white logo of company Hitachi on the front of their home shirt. Since then, the team has had many famous sponsors in the form of Crown Paints, Candy, Carlsberg and Standard Chartered. In particular, Carlsberg were the sponsors of Liverpool for the majority of their stay in the Premier League until they were replaced in 2010. In 2012 Warrior Sports took over from adidas for the club's shirt suppliers. Standard Chartered took over from Carlsberg to sponsor the shirts in 2010 which ended the 18 year spell from the beer brand. Famous home kits include the 1984 red shirt which was worn for the club's fourth European triumph and the 1986 home shirt worn in the club's 16th English league title. Other notable shirts include their 2012 League Cup shirt in which they beat Cardiff City in the final.
The passionate club of Liverpool officially showcase their 2016/17 home shirt manufactured by New Balance. The rich red shirt synonymous with Liverpool FC is once again the headline design feature for their all-new strip of which will adorn their dramatic Anfield stadium within the 2016/17 season [...]
New Balance debuts in class - we review Premier League side Liverpool's home shirt for the 2015-16 season [...]
Liverpool players; Raheem Sterling, Daniel Sturridge, Martin Skrtel and Simon Mignolet revealed the new Liverpool home kit at a live event in front of the club's fans inside Anfield's Centenary stand [...]
New Balance have officially announced that the 10th of April they will reveal Liverpool's home kit for the 2015-16 season. After Warrior Sports was re-branded to New Balance last year, the New Balance logo will first appear on football kits for the first time when Liverpool reveal their new home [...]
The Liverpool FC 2015/16 home shirt was heavily inspired by the club's successful past whilst also being the first Liverpool shirt to be manufactured by New Balance. A unique chequered/lined theme on the front panel stole the headlines while touches of gold were also present on the collar and sleeve cuffs. The chequered design was inspired by the white mosaic formed when the fans in the Kop hoist their Liverpool flags and scarves on matchday.
The Liverpool 2014-15 home kit is royal red and features white piping on the sleeves, sides and neck. Unlike last season's home shirt the Warrior and Standard Chartered logos are coloured white rather than gold. The Liverbird logo which is synonymous to the club is again featured and a new geometric weave is added to the shirt. Continuing their long tradition, the shorts and socks are also red featuring white and gold trim.
The Liverpool 2013-14 home kit is royal red and features gold and white details. A golden Liverbird crest is featured while the Warrior and Standard Chartered logos are coloured gold. White and red details are featured on the v-neck collar and sleeve cuffs. The red home shirt features a subtle pin-striped sublimation print is on the front of the shirt, that showcases the iconic symbol with the words, Liverpool FC. The Red's home kit is completed with red shorts and socks with gold and white trim.