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The Liverpool FC Badge

The club crest has changed a number of times over the years. Not only did the club logo change on the club kit but often other logos appeared from time to time following cup success or more recently for club merchandising. Below are various scans of the badge over time.

After the Reds won their 5th European Cup in Istanbul in 2005 the Reds were awarded the UEFA badge of distinction. Only teams who have won 5 or more trophies OR three in a row can wear this badge.
The original THIS IS ANFIELD' sign from the ground. These days the liver bird has altered a little but the sign was first introduced by Shanks to remind teams exactly where they had come too.
This of course is the current badge used at the club with the two justice flames either side of the badge. The flame has altered slightly in the last few years as you can see from the badge below.
The introduction of the Jusice flames saw a slight change in the badge from the centenary season and since then little has changed.
This club badge was used to celebrate the club's centenary in 1992 and was common throughout the club with only the various colours changing on some products.
This badge through various colours was used by the club for years although not always on the kit. It is this badge which forms the basis of todays badge.

This badge was used following the club's success in 1985-86 when they won the double and incorporates the Crown Paints sponsors logo

This logo was brought out purely for merchandising purposes. It appeared for around a year before disappearing again.
One of the more original club crests this was actually used on the cover of the 1981 European Cup Final programme.
A merchandising logo used for the younger generation of fans by Reebok.
academy logo
The current logo was adapted when the LFC Academy opened and used on all buildings there.