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The Liverpool Shirts Museum
2011-2012 Third Player Shirt
This is the "New Adidas Era" third shirt for season 2011-2012, also the last third shirt of the Adidas contract. The shirt was described as "THIRD" shirt as Liverpool was not eligible to play in the European competitions.

In season 2011-2012, Liverpool's replicas are made of climacool specification while genuine player shirts are made of TECHFIT specificiation. Note that short sleeved commercial version TECHFIT shirts were released at the start of season 2011-2012 but they differ from genuine player shirts structurally somehow.
Blank long sleeved TECHFIT player specification shirts also flooded the market at the end of season 2011-2012, but they are all sponsorless and vulnerable for con-artists' faking.
The Liverpool 2011-2012 third player shirt was worn thrice during the whole season. The first being pre-season friendly against Hull City on 23 July 2011.
Only Premier League numbers were ironed on the shirt without player name and Premier League sleeve patches.
Featured Charlie Adam and Craig Bellamy in match action during second use of this third player shirt - against Aston Villa on 18 December 2011.
Featured Luis Suarez in match action during third use of this third player shirt - against Man United on 11 February 2012.
Featured Jonjo Shelvey wearing the short sleeved third player shirt celebrating the goal scored by Martin Skrtel at Villa Park on 18 December 2011.
Liverpool 2011-2012 Third Player Shirt - This is a match issued spare shirt of Jonjo Shelvey.
During the whole season 2011-2012, only Luis Suarez chose to wear long sleeved match shirt of this style. This Shelvey player shirt is an unworn spare.
This shirt was donated by the club for charity purpose to British Red Cross, and comes with a letter of patronage issued by British Red Cross.
After the season end, there are plenty of blank, sponsorless player specification techfit shirts, both in short and long sleeves leaked to the market.
Beware of Far East con-artists who buy a blank player issue above and printed with a self-made sponsor and sell on the shirt to you as a "match worn / issued shirt". 
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