An official collaboration project between Liverpool FC & LFC-inspired clothing label, Love Follow Conquer.

Liverpool's opponents in the 1983-84 European Cup quarter-finals were Portuguese champions Benfica. Liverpool won the first leg in England 1–0 and the second leg at the Estádio da Luz in Portugal resulted in a 4–1 victory for Liverpool. Liverpool went on to beat Dinamo Bucuresti in the semi-finals, and on 30 May 1984 Alan Kennedy was Liverpool's unlikely hero as Joe Fagan's men defied the odds to claim a fourth European Cup crown and see off AS Roma in their own backyard.

The Nike F.C. AW77 Sweatshirt features durable cotton that helps keep out the cold and a print graphic that pays tribute to the beautiful game.

This slim-fit crew-neck sweater from Puma celebrates the Italian Football Team, the second most successful national team in the history of the World Cup.

In a subtle nod to '70s football kit, the Cousson zipped hoodie features a Chronic logo on the breast, and a combination of prints and a piqué patch on the hood. LCS love this piece for its nice retro feel and its big comfortable hood.

With its broad collegiate text that recalls '70s football kit, the Chaberton hoodie draws subtle inspiration from the past. LCS love the combination of eras, a blend of retro bleached effects, an ultra-modern print, and old-school patches.

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