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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.

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

100% polyester.


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Saudi Arabia, Iran and Japan have each won the Asian Cup championship three times. The CONCACAF Championship/Gold Cup, first held in 1963, has been won seven times by Mexico and four times by the USA. Mexico's Pachuca defeated the LA Galaxy on penalties to win the inaugual North American SuperLiga in 2007. Briana Scurry has 77 career shutouts with the U.S. Women's National Team. The U.S. Women's National Team's top two career goal scorers, Mia Hamm and Kristine Lilly, were teammates at the University of North Carolina.