Even if Liverpool's traditional colours are, today, red and white, this has not always been the case. Here is a little history of the red jersey.
Later on, in December 1959, a new manager, Bill Shankly, arrived on the banks of the Mersey, and made the decision that his side would play completely in red in order to impress a little more their opponents. A symbol of fire, the sun, red is also the colour of passion, a term which suits so well this club from the north-west of England. The players of Liverpool FC were then rebaptised the Reds. For life!