Not Allowed In Premier League - Liverpool Shows Off 2019 FIFA Club Winners Badge

Saturday, 21 December 2019
After more than 1,000 days, Spanish giants Real Madrid have lost their golden FIFA Club Winners Badge - Liverpool are the new FIFA Club World Cup champions after their victory against Flamengo.

Liverpool To Be Presented With Badge At Special Cerenomy

According to Liverpool's website, Jürgen Klopp's side will be officially presented with the badge – 78 millimetres by 57 millimetres in size – at a ceremony.

In an article on their website, Liverpool revealed that while "UEFA will allow Liverpool to wear it in the Champions League this season and the next. However, it's not set to be permitted for matches in the Premier League."

A FIFA spokesperson told "As per the usage guidelines, the winning team can wear the FIFA World Champions Badge from the day it becomes champions up to and including the final of the next edition of the tournament."

The world football governing body say the emblem can only be worn by the Liverpool first team, adding: "The badge may only be used on the current official team playing shirts. That means that the FIFA World Champions Badge may not be used on previous [or] historical versions of the team shirts, training jerseys, tracksuits, training tops or any other products."

"When I speak about the tournament with family and friends, they all speak about the badge," Georginio Wijnaldum stated in November. "That’s something you want; every time you look at the shirt it reminds you that you won the World Cup for teams."

Stay tuned for info about availability of the LFC kits with the World Cup winners badge and how to buy it.

In "same news", Real Madrid will debut the kits without the golden badge in tomorrow's La Liga clash against Bilbao.

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