The Liverpool Shirts Museum
2010-2011 Third Premier League
"Poppy Match" Player Shirt
This is the "New Adidas Era" third shirt for season 2010-2011. The shirt was described as
"EU AWAY" shirt but used for both Europa League and domestic competitions. The
2010-2011 season is the first season of Standard Chartered Bank's sponsorship.

In season 2010-2011, Liverpool's replicas are made of climacool specification while
genuine player shirts are made of TECHFIT specification. In November 2010, most teams in
the United Kingdom donned the red Poppy flower to commemorative the Remembrance
Day. Most Liverpool "Poppy Match" player shirts are donated to Royal British Legion for
charity auction. Only very few shirts are leaked out to private collectors.
On 11 November 2010, Liverpool
announced the donning of red poppy
flower on the third shirts to be worn
against Stoke City.
Featured Liverpool players in action against
Stoke City in the Premier League on 13
November 2010.
A red poppy was stitched on the chest of the
shirt.
Liverpool 2010-2011 Third "Poppy Match"
Player Shirt - This is the actual match worn
shirt of Sotirios Kyrgiakos on 13 November
2010. This shirt was auctioned via Royal
British Legion at ebay.
The "Poppy Day" third match shirt bears a
special red poppy embroidery on the chest.
Featured Sotirios Kyrgiakos in match action
against Stoke City in the Premier League on
13 November 2010.
Featured Sotirios Kyrgiakos in match action
against Stoke City in the Premier League on
13 November 2010.
Featured Sotirios Kyrgiakos in match action
against Stoke City in the Premier League on
13 November 2010.
Featured Sotirios Kyrgiakos in match action
against Stoke City in the Premier League on
13 November 2010.
Featured Sotirios Kyrgiakos in match action
against Stoke City in the Premier League on
13 November 2010.
Featured Sotirios Kyrgiakos in match action
against Stoke City in the Premier League on
13 November 2010.
Featured the Royal British Legion ebay
auction page for this Sotirios Kyrgiakos
match worn shirt.
As the shirt was originated from Royal British
Legion ebay auction, it comes with a
donation statement issued by Merseyside
RBL. The shirt was also autographed by
Sotirios Kyrgiakos.