|The Liverpool Shirts Museum
1993-1995 Away Player Shirt (Big Carlsberg)
|This away shirt was used by Liverpool in season 1993-1994 and 1994-1995. This away shirt is characterised by three slanted parallel white stripes on each side in front which leads to the nick-name of "ribs" shirt. There are no long sleeved replicas produced for this shirt.
There were two versions existed - the one with small Carlsberg sponsor (size is exactly the same as replicas) and the one with big Carlsberg sponsor.
|Featured Jamie Redknapp wearing the 1993-1995 away player shirt with big Carlsberg sposnor.|
|Featured rookie Michael Owen wearing the 1993-1995 away player shirt with small Carlsberg sponsor.|
|So what is meant by big Carlsberg and what is meant by small Carlsberg?
A big Carlsberg version away player shirt has a larger size Carlsberg sponsor logo when placed inline with the replica shirt.
As seen above, the upper shirt is a standard official replica shirt and the bottom sihrt is the big Carlsberg version away player shirt.
|1993-1995 Liverpool Away Player Shirt - Number 9 shirt belongs to Ian Rush.
Note this is the big Carlsberg sponsor version.
|A standard away replica shirt has rubber embossed Adidas motif and club crest.
A genuine away player shirt (small Carlsberg version) has embroidered Adidas motif and club crest.
Note there is a circled-R (copyright registered mark) next to the words Adidas Equipment on the big Carslberg version player shirt.
|This Ian Rush away player shirt was autographed by Ian Rush in the front side.|
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