|The Liverpool Shirts Museum
1985-1986 Third Player Shirt
(Single-lined Crown Paints version)
|Liverpool released a yellow third shirt in year 1985 and it was only briefly worn in the two
seasons 1985-1986 and 1986-1987. The sponsor logo was displayed in one line at first but
it changed in the second season, displayed in two lines so it became larger (and easier to
see on a TV screen).
This one-line Crownpaints yellow shirt doesn't bear the double winners emblem, which
means it's prepared before the F.A. Cup Final 1986. To be exact, this shirt was worn during
the F.A. Cup 5th Round against York City on 15 February 1986.
|As usual, Liverpool player shirts under the
Adidas era in the 1980s are characterized
by embroidered Adidas motif and Liverbird
crest. The shirt doesn't carry the double
winners emblem as it was worn in the F.A.
Cup 5th Round on 15 February 1986.
|Liverpool 1985-1986 Third Player Shirt
(one-line Crownpaints) - This number 8 shirt
belongs to Craig Johnston and was worn by
him on 15 February 1986 in the F.A. Cup 5th
Round against York City.
|Featured Craig Johnston in match action
wearing the one-line Crownpaints yellow
third shirt in F.A. Cup 5th round against York
City on 15 February 1986.
|Match report of the F.A. Cup 5th Round
against York City played on 15 February
1986. Number 8 shirt was worn by Craig
|Adidas velveteen number is ironed on
reverse. Number 8 shirt was worn by Craig