Added to website on: 26 November 2013
Submitted by: Alan Hansen
Liverpool 1995 1996 Away Shirt
See 300 more Liverpool shirts on facebook at
More examples of this shirt
Submitted by: Thomas Kuemin
Added to website on: 8 February 2009
This is a rare match worn long sleeved away shirt from the season 1995 / 96. Nr.15 Jamie Redknapp on back.
Submitted by: Anonymous
Added to website on: 23 October 2006
A classic shirt bought to us in the season in which Peter Beardsley and co wowed the world of football. A good season was tainted in 1996 by the loss of liverpool in the FA cup final at the hands of bitter rivals Manchester United.
1992-93 Liverpool Centenary Home Shirt Retro Replica Shirt from Vintage Football Shirts
Condition - Very goodSize - Large (42-44")Condition Details - Pristine colour, very smooth material, small mark to white strip to reverse, badges and sponsor are excellentDesign - AdidasPlayers - Wright, Burrows, Nicol, Barnes, Jan Molby, RushDetails - Classic Adidas Centenary shirt as worn when the side finished 6th in the Premier League, mainly due to there poor away form, and reached the second round of the U.E.F.A Cup Winners Cup after winning the F.A Cup the previous season
Available direct from Vintage Football Shirts for just £47.99.
Liverpool football shirts for sale
For a great selection of shirts you can buy online right now visit our website dedicated to selling Liverpool shirts:
Liverpool NewsFrom BBC Sport
- Liverpool Football Club makes £50m annual loss. 4 Mar 2014 at 11:54am Liverpool Football Club loses almost £50m in 2012-13, but says it is making 'good progress' on and off the pitch. more..
- Luis Suarez buy-out clause admitted by Liverpool owner Henry. 3 Mar 2014 at 9:48am Liverpool owner John Henry admits they refused to sell Luis Suarez last summer despite a £40m buy-out clause in his contract. more..
- Liverpool send out title message with latest win - Steven Gerrard. 1 Mar 2014 at 9:10pm An easy win at Southampton "sends out a message" to Liverpool's rivals in the title race, says captain Steven Gerrard. more..