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Relive Gerrard's Glory

Incredible! This frame lets you literally relive Steven Gerrard's hat trick on his 400th EPL appearance to flatten derby rivals Everton in March 2012. This Next Generation picture frame has a built-in battery powered LCD TV.

This frame even contains the same official adidas Liverpool team jersey that Gerrard was wearing during match play.

Battery powered built-in high resolution 10" LCD TV. Comes with short range remote control and wall charging system. 42 day standby, 16 hours of continuous use before charging is required. Soft wood frame. 22.25" x 21"

This technology centered next generation product uniquely creates an intense connection to those memorable Liverpool moments.

This is an official product of the Premier League Archive.


¡Increíble! Este marco te permite revivir los tres goles de Steven Gerrard ante el Everton en su partido número 400 de la Liga Premier Inglesa, en marzo de 2012. Este marco para fotos de Next Generation viene con una pantalla 10” LCD TV integrada, la cual

Rules of the Game: The goal lines should be the same width as that of the goalposts and the crossbar. Rules of the Game: The corner arc is a quarter circle drawn inside the field of play with a radius of 1 yard (1 m) from each corner flag post. Rules of the Game: In the event that the game ball should burst or fail somehow during the run of play, the referee will immediately stop the match until the game can be resumed by calling for a drop ball at the spot of the failure with a fresh ball. The U.S. Governing body for the sport did not have soccer in its name until 1945, when it became the U.S. Soccer Football Association. 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.