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Rise Up LFC

A young star out of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Philippe Coutinho is known for skillfully maneuvering and tricking defenders the ball with both feet. Coutinho usually plays an as an attacking midfielder for Inter, and has used his agile footwork to serve Brazil's national team as the U17, U20 and senior levels.

Liverpool returns in red for 2013-2014.

An update of last season's kit from Warrior, Liverpool's bold red, yellow and white home jersey is inspired by the European Cup winning team of 1984. The all-red stripes on the front contain the words "Liverpool FC" and Liver Bird crest. Two embroidered Eternal Flames alongside a 96 logo under the collar on the back commemorate the events at Hillsborough in 1989.

This season's jersey is designed to be unmistakably Liverpool.

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

Embroidered Warrior logo and Liverpool team emblem. Team kit sponsor screened at front. 100% polyester.


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