Classic football shirts return to Liverpool

After a three-year absence, Classic Football Shirts are bringing their pop-up store back from Liverpool for a fortnight from August 25.

There are shirts for every budget, ranging from £15 to £400.

Nearly 1,000 of the approximately 2,500 shirts will be either liverpool Where Everton jerseys.

Liverpool rail at the Classic Football Shirts pop-up

Ciaran Gold, Retail Manager at Classic Football Shirts, said: “Liverpool is one of the biggest footballing cities in the UK and we were blown away by the response we had in 2019 at the Albert Docks.”

“We wanted to come back and our customers wanted us to come back. So what better time to come back than during the Merseyside Derby.

“Whether you’re an avid collector of some of the most sought-after shirts or just looking for something fantastically obscure, there’s something here for you.”

The boutique is open until September 7 in unit 7 of the Metquartier.

What shirts do they have?

As explained earlier, they have all kinds of shirts for different audiences.

They even store Bournemouth and Newcastle United shirts as these teams visit Anfield over the next fortnight.

Some of the Liverpool shirts include the iconic and extremely rare 1989-90 ‘Candy’ shirt below.

The crazy goalkeeper jersey 1995-96 is another very rare jersey for Reds collectors.

For Everton fans, the 2000-01 third shirt is a spectacular pick-up.

Their 1994-95 home shirt is another great option for Blues Fans.

If you’re looking for a neutral option, there are some spectacular figures available, including a Ronaldinho Barcelona away shirt 2003-04.

Or a Zinedine Zidane France shirt from 2006 World Cup.


Gold added that nothing compares to seeing the incredible collection in the flesh, as opposed to the over a million shirts available online.

He said: “For our customers, our stores and our pop-ups are half-store, half-museum.

“Whoever you support, just being able to see some of the incredible shirts worn over the past 40 years in the flesh is an unparalleled nostalgia trip.”

If you can’t make the pop-up store, you can visit

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