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The history of the Liverpool FC club crest – Liverbird and eternal flames

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Here, we look back at the history of the Reds’ club crest.

Liverpool’s club crest is identifiable around the world but it has taken on more than one iteration since the club’s inception in 1892, and it has changed drastically.

In present day, Liverpool are best recognised by the Liverbird and the crest that includes the Shankly Gates, ‘You’ll Never Alone’ and the eternal flames.

The very first club crest was the city of Liverpool’s coat of arms, depicting the Liverbird and Neptune, the Roman god of freshwater and the sea, and Triton, the Greek god and messenger of the sea.

While not the ‘official’ club crest, when it comes to kits this has been in place since 2012/13 and is an ode to Liverpool’s formative years, having been first used in 1968.

One is worn on the kit and the other on all official merchandise, but they are the latest in a series of different looks for the club dating back to 1892.

Here, we have the first crest that was ever worn on a Liverpool matchday kit, a lone Liverbird in a shield.
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