- Quilted long length stadium jacket.
- Fully lined with zip pockets to the front body.
- Embroidered Warrior logo and LFC crest on upper chest.
This is the Liverpool Stadium Jacket 2013 – 2014, the Liverpool squad during the 2013 – 2014 football season will wear this jacket when they are at the Liverpool football stadium. Now you can own one too when you shop at Soccer Box. This stadium jacket is available in adult sizes and can be ordered while supplies last! The stadium jacket is a long length jacket that will keep you warm during the cold winter months. It is fully padded and has a hood for extra protection from the harsh winter weather. The stadium jacket has a full zip, and raised collar for extra warmth. If you are a Liverpool fan this stadium jacket is a great buy, and is perfect for the wearing in the cold weather. This is a black jacket that coordinates with the 2013 – 2014 season training kit collection. The top half of the jacket is solid black, the bottom transitions into a black and grey pattern. The Liverpool stadium jacket looks fantastic, but also has a commemorative feel. The patterned half is based upon the design of kits that were used during the 1980’s when Liverpool football club was at its most successful. The front of the stadium jacket is adorned with the Liverpool crest and Warrior logo; these logos are fully embroidered in yellow. The yellow color stands out perfectly against the black background. The crest on this Liverpool stadium jacket is the new design that was launched last season, replacing the old crest that had adorned the team’s kits since 1992. The simplified Liver Bird LFC crest is also based on the crest that was used during the 1980’s. The back of the stadium jacket features the Warrior logo and Standard Chartered sponsor logo, both printed in yellow. With a new kit manufacturer, Warrior Sports, and a new crest Liverpool is surging forward and trying to reinstate the glory days of the 1980’s. It has been over 20 years since Liverpool has lifted the top-flight trophy; they are certainly overdue their 1st Premier League…