Steven Gerrard has spent most of his life at Liverpool, becoming one of the club’s greatest ever players in the process.
He joined Liverpool’s academy at nine years old, and left the club a hero in 2015.
Gerrard is comfortably one of the Premier League’s greatest midfielders, and is almost certainly the best player to have played in England never to have won the title.
He’s also played in some wonderfully iconic Liverpool kits. When you hear his name, it conjures up images of the skinny kid with the buzzed haircut flying into tackles wearing the Reebok-made red Carlsberg-sponsored kits.
But we’ve found a shirt with the class and dignity of the great man himself.
Rivalled only by the Candy kits of the late 1980s, Carlsberg is among Liverpool’s most aesthetically-pleasing sponsors.
And in 2009-10 they combined with Adidas to create this beauty.
The black-and-gold colour scheme of the away kit was (very probably) made with classy players like Gerrard, Fernando Torres and Xabi Alonso.
For us, it’s up there with the best kits worn in the Gerrard era at the club.
The season itself wasn’t so great though, with Liverpool finishing seventh and crashing out of the Champions League in the group stages.
But what a kit…