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  1. Rise Up LFC
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Rise Up LFC

Fleet-footed and skillful, Liverpool's youngest player Raheem Sterling is getting noticed around the league for his creativity and attacking force. He came to Liverpool's academy from Queens Park Rangers in 2010. Sterling made his senior debut with Liverpool on March 24, 2012, the second youngest player to do so at 17 years and 107 days. Born in Kingston, Jamaica with English citizenship, he has represented England at every level from U16 upwards.

Liverpool returns in red for 2014-2015. This new shirt for Liverpool was inspired by the Shankly era. The red speaks to the heart of LFC's identity while the design and construction are undeniably modern.

Warrior logo, Liverpool team badge and sponsor design are up front.

As with Liverpool's 2013/14 jersey, two embroidered Eternal Flames with a 96 logo are located on the nape of the shirt's neck to commemorate the events at Hillsborough in 1989.

Features a geometric LFC jacquard weave and a collar design that allows freedom of movement and comfort.

Built with War-Tech, Warrior's signature apparel technology system that's highly breathable and moisture-wicking.

100% polyester.


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Rules of the Game: According to FIFA, goalposts and crossbars must always be painted white. Each FIFA World Cup since 1966 has its own mascot, starting with World Cup Willie (a lion). The mascot for the 1986 FIFA World Cup in Mexico was a sombrero-wearing jalapeno pepper named Pique. The Copa del Rey, an annual cup tournament in Spain involving more than 80 teams, was first played in 1902. England played its first-ever international soccer match on November 30, 1872 against Scotland.