Scousers love their fashion. We have sparked some of the most memorable trends in matchday attire. Luckily for us, we have had some gorgeous kits. We take a look at Liverpool kits through the years. Here they are, ranked and rated out of 100:

5th Place – Home Kit – 98/99 Season – 90/100

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How Scouse is this photo? Steven Gerrard in a classic Liverpool home shirt. Wearing his trademark Predator boots. Scaring the life out of a Leeds player. This belongs in a museum. I guess my bedroom wall will have to do for now.

4th Place – Home Kit – 88-90 Seasons – 93/10

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Liverpool kits have rarely been so patterned. Steve Nicol, in tiny red shorts with boots that would get you laughed out of your local 5-a-side. They certainly weren’t laughing in the old First Division as Liverpool were crowned champions in this kit in the 1989-90 season.

 

3rd Place – Away Kit – 1985-86 Season – 96/100

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Craig Johnston – Liverpool legend. The Australian won 5 league titles with Liverpool between 1977-88. His contribution to the club didn’t stop there though, after he retired he went on to design the Predator boots that would gain an iconic association with Steven Gerrard.

2nd Place – Home Kit – 1985-87 Seasons – 97/100

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King Kenny. Sir Kenny Dalglish. This kit was worn by some of Anfield’s greatest ever players. Dalglish pulled the kit on in his first season as player manager and found it lucky as the Reds won the FA Cup and the First Division.

1st Place – Home Kit – 1981-85 Seasons – 110/100

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There are too many legends to name in this photo. Liverpool’s last kit to be sponsorless, only the manufacturer sharing space with the Liverbird. The Reds won 3 league titles and the European Cup in this kit, terrifying opposition in the process.

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