Submitted by: Michael Yip - Added to website on: 4 September 2007
The all golden away shirt (without red pinstripes) was worn in the single season 1984-1985. In that year the kit was sponsored by UMBRO and Crownpaints. It was only in the Toyota Cup (a.k.a. World Club Cup Championship) the shirt dropped out the sponsor logo on the chest.
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Official LFC 87/88 Away Retro Shirt The 1987/88 Away Liverpool football shirt was worn in the year that John Barnes and Peter Beardsley joined the club, teaming up with John Aldridge and then Ian Rush to form one of the most formidable attacking lines of Liverpool's illustrious history. Coming in all white with tonal stripes, a contrast red ribbed collar and Liverpool crest embroidered on the left of the chest. The retro shirt is finished with a red ‘crown paints’ flock print on the front.... more
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