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We aren't here to play - we're here to win!

Liverpool's Joe Allen is a young midfielder from Wales. He joined Liverpool from Swansea City in 2012, and is known as a defensive midfielder with strong passing skills and and no fear of tackles. Allen was a member of Great Britain's Olympics squad in 2012, and before that, played for Wales.

This all black away jersey is a clean jersey with red details that's ready to dominate.

Liverpool's new away jersey has a unique open crew collar with Liverpool team badge and Warrior logo embroidered on the front. Also includes embroidered Liverpool flame logo on back and contrasting red details.

Constructed of a unique blend of knit polyester and recycled polyester material, it keeps the elements out while letting sweat and moisture escape keeping players dry and comfortable. Four-way stretch mesh under arm panels for ventilation, comfort and ease of movement. Regular fit.

84/16 polyester/recycled enhanced polyester.

Liverpool is proud to wear the Liverbird on their chests. We are too. Join the ranks of Steven Gerrard and Craig Bellamy - commit fiercely to your team.


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The Passback program provides used but playable soccer gear to needy teams and organizations around the world and here at home. Germany's Bundesliga was formed in 1963. The mascot for the 1990 FIFA World Cup in Italy was a green, white and red stick figure with a soccer ball head named Ciao. The mascot for the 1990 FIFA World Cup in Italy was a green, white and red stick figure with a soccer ball head named Ciao. More than 90,000 people filled the Rose Bowl to watch the United States defeat China in the 1999 Women's World Cup final.