The Liverpool Shirts Museum
1964-1968 Away Player Shirt
In the 1960s till year 1968, Liverpool shirts are characterized by having oval club crest with Liverbird inscribed. Shirts used in the sesons 1964-1968 have round neck collar like the successor shirts used from 1968-1976. However, shirts used in season 1960-1964 have v-neck collar like the ones found in 1976 onwards.
Featured Liverpool squad photo of season 1966-1967 wearing the away shirt. This shirt design spans from season 1964-65 till 1967-68.
Featured Liverpool Scottish defender Ian Ross wearing the away kit in his debut season 1967-1968.
Liverpool 1964-1968 Away Player Shirt - Numbered 3 shirt belongs to either Gerry Byrne (1964-1967) or Ian Ross (1967-1968)
Shirt in 1960s up to 1968 has an oval club crest with Liverbird inscribed. Such design was later imitated in Liverpool's Reebok era shirts from 1996 to 1999.
Shirts of the 1960s were manufactured by UMBRO. The 1964-1968 away shirt has round neck collar as aforesaid.
The number on reverse is a machine-stitched piece of cloth.
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