Liverpool Home (Coutinho #10) 2016-17Regular price $110.00 Save $-110.00
Condition: Good (slight damage to name set unnoticeable)
Liverpool 1998-00 (#8 HESKEY)Regular price $170.00 Save $-170.00
Liverpool 2012-13 Away (#8 GERRARD)Regular price $100.00 Save $-100.00
Liverpool Home 1998-00 "#10 OWEN"Regular price $190.00 Save $-190.00
Season Info: Michael Owen was one of Liverpool's standout performers during the 1998-00 season, cementing his reputation as one of the best young players in Europe.
In the 1998-99 season, Owen was Liverpool's top scorer with 18 goals in all competitions, despite missing several matches due to injury. He scored a hat-trick in a 3-3 draw against Sheffield Wednesday in October 1998, and also netted two goals in a 3-1 win over Derby County in February 1999.
Owen's performances helped Liverpool finish in seventh place in the Premier League, and he also helped the team reach the quarter-finals of the UEFA Cup, where they were knocked out by Celta Vigo.
The following season, Owen continued to impress for Liverpool, scoring 23 goals in all competitions and helping the team win the FA Cup. He scored two goals in the final against Arsenal, including a memorable solo effort in extra time, which helped Liverpool to a 2-1 victory.
Owen's performances in the 1999-00 season earned him the PFA Young Player of the Year award, and he was also named in the PFA Team of the Year. His partnership with strike partner Robbie Fowler was one of the most lethal in the Premier League at the time, with the two players scoring a total of 52 goals between them in all competitions.
Overall, Michael Owen's performances for Liverpool during the 1998-00 season helped establish him as one of the most exciting young talents in world football, and he would go on to achieve even greater success in the years that followed.
Liverpool FC 2002-04 Home KitRegular price $130.00 Save $-130.00
Size : S
The Liverpool FC 2002-04 season was a mixed one for the club. The team was managed by Gerard Houllier, who had been in charge since 1998, and was looking to build on the success of the previous season, where they had finished second in the Premier League and won the League Cup.
The season began positively for Liverpool, as they won their first three Premier League games, but then went on a run of five games without a win, including defeats to Arsenal and Manchester United. They eventually finished the season in fourth place, 15 points behind champions Arsenal.
In the domestic cup competitions, Liverpool reached the quarter-finals of the League Cup, but were knocked out by Bolton Wanderers. In the FA Cup, they made it to the final, where they faced Arsenal. The game ended in a 1-1 draw, with Michael Owen scoring for Liverpool, but Arsenal won the replay 2-1 to deny Liverpool a trophy.
In Europe, Liverpool had a successful run in the UEFA Cup, where they reached the quarter-finals, but were knocked out by Marseille. They also competed in the Champions League, but failed to progress past the group stage, finishing third behind Valencia and Spartak Moscow.
Off the field, the club faced financial difficulties, with debts of over £80 million. This led to the sale of key players such as Nicolas Anelka and Michael Owen, who left the club in 2004.
Overall, the Liverpool FC 2002-04 season was a disappointing one for the club, as they failed to win any major trophies and struggled to compete with the likes of Arsenal and Manchester United in the Premier League. However, they showed promise in the cup competitions and in Europe, and would go on to win the Champions League under new manager Rafael Benitez in 2005.
Liverpool 1992 Centenary HomeRegular price $250.00 Save $-250.00
Season Info: Home shirt as worn during the club's centenary season, marking 100 years of the club between 1892 and 1992