At first Liverpool shirt color is not red like this, but blue and white. New since 1894, began to be used as a red and white uniform colors for the pants. Finally, since 1964, all the Liverpool players wearing the red color of uniforms, pants, and socks. According to a Liverpool legend Ian St. John in his autobiography, this occurs when manager Bill Shankly was then red will give them a psychological advantage. Shankly increasingly confident his team should wear red after seeing one of his players Ronnie Yeats looks fierce in her uniform and red pants. St. John kemundian proposed to Shankly that red socks too.