|The Liverpool Shirts Museum
1998-2000 Home Friendly Player Shirt
|This is the second home shirt released under the Reebok era and spanned for two seasons from 1998-1999 and 1999-2000. The shirt style somehow retrospects the 1960s-1970s design with round neck collar and oval white crest on the chest.
In the Scandinavian pre-season tours played in 1998-1999 and 1999-2000, Liverpool's home shirt has no Carlsberg sponsor owing to alcoholic bans in Norway's broadcasting rule.
|Featured picture of Michael Owen in the same 1998-2000 home shirt with no Carlsberg sponsor logo.|
|Featured Paul Ince in action against a Rosenberg player. This match was played on 29 July 1998 at Ullevaal Stadion.|
|Liverpool 1998-2000 Home Friendly Player Shirt - Carlsberg sponsor is dropped-out in the Scandinavian Tour.
Such non-sponsored shirt was worn TWICE:
In 1998-1999 against Rosenberg on 29 July 1998
In 1999-2000 against Valerenga on 29 July 1999
|The normal home shirt should have a Carlsberg sponsor on the front. The Carlsberg sponsor logo is forced to be dropped-out when matches are played in countries with alcoholic bans.|
|Similar to the home player shirt, replicas have the Reebok motif stitched on the chest.
Player shirts have the Reebok motif rubber embossed.
|Replicas have numeric size tag and player shirts have worded size tag.|
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