Liverpool FC have a rich European pedigree, and you might be interested in the Ian Rush signed shirts commemorating the 1984 European Cup win, or prints of Steven Gerrard lifting the Champions League trophy in 2005 and signed by the LFC captain himself.
Your Liverpool memorabilia will come with a Certificate of Authenticity featuring an image of the players signing one of the product line at the session, and with the date and location of where and when the signing took place.
Liverpool FC are one of the most successful clubs in the world. They have won 18 league titles, seven FA Cups and seven League Cups and are the most successful British side in Europe, with five European Cups and three UEFA Cups.
Founded in 1892, they started life as Everton Athletic before becoming Liverpool FC, and have played at their home ground of Anfield right from their formation.
The club's modern history begins with the appointment of Bill Shankly in the late fifties. Languishing in the second division, Shankly quickly earned promotion with a remodelled team, before taking his side to the First Division title in 1964. A year later he brought home the FA Cup, before winning the First Division again a year later.
A third First Division title and a first UEFA Cup victory followed in 1972-73, before Shankly handed over the reins to a product of the legendary boot room, Bob Paisley. Building on the foundations of Shankly's work, Paisley proved a phenomenally successful manager. During the nine seasons in which he was manager, Liverpool won 21 trophies, including three European Cups, a UEFA Cup, six League titles and three consecutive League Cups. Players such as Ian Rush, Kevin Keegan and Graeme Souness all became firm favourites in this time.
Joe Fagan was next in line after Paisley's retirement and he too took the club to League and European glory. But then followed the first of two tragedies that loom large in Liverpool's history. First was the Heysel stadium disaster, when 39 Juventus fans lost their life before the 1985 European Cup final. This was followed by Hillsborough disaster of 15 April 1989, when 96 Liverpool fans died in a terrace crush before an FA Cup semi-final against Nottingham Forest.
Fagan had resigned after Heysel, and Kenny Dalglish made the transition from player to manager with huge success. But the stress and emotional toll of dealing with the aftermath of Hillsborough led Dalglish to resign.
Relatively barren patches followed for the Merseysiders, and it wasn't until 2001 when Gerard Houllier led the club to a treble of cup wins that the good times looked like they were returning. More success followed under Rafa Benitez, with the extraordinary Champions League win in 2005, led by the heroic Steven Gerrard, and again the next year with a rousing FA Cup win.
In June 2019, Jurgen Klopp led the club to their 6th Champions League trophy, beating out Tottenham Hotspur in the final.