Liverpool have had some sensational away shirts in the Premier League. The green and white 1995, the 1996 Ecru classic but the shirt that will be etched into your memory is the 1992-93 made by Adidas.
The 1992-93 away shirt was worn in the inaugural Premier League season when Liverpool had Graeme Souness in charge and led them to a 6th place finish.
As for the shirt it was green with the Carlsberg sponsor and the iconic 3 Adidas stripes on the shoulder.
The shirt was awarded A- is our Premier League review of all the kits from the 1992-93 season.
Liverpool are the beneficiaries of the fine work of the three stripes, and though the base design of both their home and away kits remains unchanged from 1991/92, they continue to be one of the best dressed teams in England.
The best thing about the complimentary home and away designs is that the pattern on the shirts is reflected on the shorts. This sort of unified design thinking makes a huge difference. It’s pointing out the various subtle changes too, like the new adidas equipment logo, the change of sponsor and an updated crest. In pretty much every case. Evolution not revolution.Phil Delves
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