Liverpool have had some amazing away shirts over the years but nothing comes close to the 1995-96 away shirt made by Adidas.
The 1995-96 Liverpool away shirt was a bold move from Adidas. Huge green and white squares, 3 stripes on the shoulder and a grandad collar.
It was worn by Liverpool in the 1995-96 FA Cup final at Wembley and despite bringing back memories of that loss we love it for three reasons.
- The grandad collar – very underrated is the old Grandad collar. Adidas brought them into the Premier League in the mid 90s on both this Liverpool shirt but also Newcastle United. Rob Lee was a big fan.
- The massive stick on Carlsberg sponsor – so big green and white squares is a strong look but it does make it tricky to add the sponsor. That’s where the big f*ck off white box comes in. Lovely.
- It reminds us of Robbie Fowler scoring a shed load of goals and having a go at Roy Keane.
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