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  1. Rise Up LFC
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Rise Up LFC

Seasoned midfielder Steven Gerrard is a long shot specialist and deadeye passer who can threaten the box from anywhere on the pitch. Since he was handed the Liverpool captain's armband by Gerard Houllier in the 2003/04 season, he has become a fan favorite at Anfield and proven he is worthy of the role. Steven Gerrard is one of those rare players whose talent demands attention - proclaim your love in his official Liverpool jersey.

This is Liverpool's new away jersey for the 13/14 season.

Inspired by the patterns and graphics on kits from the 1980s and 1990s, Liverpool's away jersey is a modern take on a classic. The neckline from the 1981 away kit has been redesigned for a contemporary feel, and the diamond pattern is a nod to the graphics on the 1989-1991 jerseys.

A nod to the past with a look to the future, we're proud to wear this jersey in support of The Reds!

War-Tech moisture control keeps players and fans cool and comfortable.

Gold Liverpool badge embroidered on the front. Warrior's logo is also embroidered, with team kit sponsor screened below. 100% polyester.


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