The Liverpool Shirts Museum
1971 F.A. C
up Final
Match Worn Shirt
On 8 May 1971, Liverpool played against Arsenal in the F.A. Cup Final 1971 at Wembley
Stadium.

In this match, Liverpool was drawn to wear the home kit in red and A
rsenal wearing the
y
ellow away kit.
T
he match was a goalless draw during the first 90 minutes, and Liverpool lost the match
at 1-2 to Arsenal after extra time.
Liverpool 1971 F.A. Cup Final Player Shirt -
This is the actual match worn shirt of E
myln
Hughes
, who played in a number 9 shirt.
1971 F.A. Cup Final Match Programme  - 8
M
ay 1971 between Liverpool and Arsenal
Liverpool squad of the day: Ray Clemence,
C
hris Lawler, Alec Lindsay, Tommy Smith,
Larry Lloyd, Emlyn Hughes, Ian Callaghan,
Alun Evans, Steve Heighway, John Toshack,
Brian Hall; Bench substitute: Peter
Thompson
1971 F.A. Cup Final Match Ticket
Featured Emlyn Hughes in match action in
the 1971 F.A. C
up Final.
Special embroidery of "Cup Final 1971" is
stitched around the Liverbird emblem.
Featured  Emyln Hughes in a long sleeved
number 6 shirt in match action in the F.A.
Cup Final 1971.
The shirt was originated from legend Ian
Ross. Basically, Ian Ross had played in most
of the games during the 1970-1971 F.A. Cup
run in as Emlyn Hughes was injured.
However, Shankly choose Emyln Hughes for
the F.A. Cup Final 1971 and dropped Ian Ross.
After the game Emlyn Hughes gave Ian Ross
his shirt. This came straight from Ian's
mouth.
Featured Emlyn Hughes in match action in
the 1971 F.A. Cup Final.
Featured Emlyn Hughes in pain during the
1971 F.A. Cup Final.
Featured Emlyn Hughes in sitting on the
pitch at full time during
the 1971 F.A. Cup
Final.
Featured Emlyn Hughes in match action in
the 1971 F.A. Cup Final.