# LIVERWEB - Liverpool Kits and Programmes

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Kits and Programmes used in 2012 - 13
Season Results
Priced at 3 the publisher was changed but the programme was still named This is Anfield. It consisted of 84 pages and had the usual manager and captain section with areas for the reserves and academy plus a look back at games on the day of the match from the past 
Home Kit
The home kit was the first under new designers Warrior Sports after they replaced Adidas in a huge deal. The kit was a plain all red shirt with a collar and yellow sponsor logos. The most major change came in the club crest which saw the shirt revert to a standard last seen in the 1970s and 80s which merely stated LFC with a Liver bird above it. The flames for justice were placed on the rear of the short either side of the numbers 96. 
Away Kit
The away kit drew inspiration from the early 1900's in terms of style. Dark Grey in colour it had a 'yoke' in a paler shade of grey and also that lighter grey was panelled under the arms. Warrior designed the kit with the Standard chartered sponsorship and club badge in gold colouring. 
Third Kit
The third kit which was aimed at the Europa league and occasional league wear was intriduced as Nightshade and orange whilst the sleeves were white and included a graphic print from the Shankly gates. It was paired with shorts on the Nightshade colour and socks which were a mix of nightshade and white. The Standard Chartered logo and badge were in a bright orange colour. 
Goalkeeper Home Kit
The goalkeeper kit saw a return to a very old tradition of a green shirt - accompanied by green shorts and socks. The shirt was plain green with a slight stripe in and as with the home kit saw a change in the club crest. 
Goalkeeper Away Kit
The away goalkeeper kit mirrored the outfield players in style with a yoke area. Pre-dominantly yellow the yoke and under arm section was in black. Warrior made the kit and the Standard chartered logo came in black. 
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