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Steadying hand

Jamie Carragher has served as Liverpool's steadying hand in the back since 1996. Support the veteran defender with his official Liverpool away jersey.

Liverpool needed a jersey that could live up to their prestigious history. Many of the cups and titles that Liverpool has achieved (especially in the 70's and 80's) were won wearing jacquards (a fancy name for woven-in design) and prints. Liverpool's new jersey features both. It's a jersey worthy of the most awe-inspiring club history in all of English soccer.

The crest has also been freshened up in tribute to the 1989 Hillsborough disaster, but adidas has left the eternal burning flames intact.

Liverpool has been playing top flight soccer for more than 40 straight years and has seen much success during that span. Show your support for your favorite English team with this great home jersey. You'll never walk alone when you pull on this incredible shirt.

Heat pressed Liverpool team badge, embroidered adidas logo. CimaCool and mesh ventilation throughout for cool comfort. 100% polyester. Imported.


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adidas shoes dominated the 1962 World Cup in Chile. They were worn in all 32 games. At the 1984 Olympic Games in Los Angeles, 124 nations were equipped by adidas. Gerd Muller, who played for Bayern Munich from 1965-79, is the all-time leading scorer in the German Bundesliga with 365 goals in 427 games. Alan Shearer has scored more goals in the English Premier League than any other player (240). The Netherlands' Ernie Brandt is the only man to score a goal for both teams in a World Cup game, accomplishing the feat in 1978.