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Liverpool and Everton Subway Cars Spotted In New York City As Part of NBC Ad Campaign [PHOTO]

liverpool nbc subway car 600x450 Liverpool and Everton Subway Cars Spotted In New York City As Part of NBC Ad Campaign [PHOTO]

Yesterday we shared with you photographs of the Manchester United, Manchester City, Arsenal and Tottenham subway cars that are running on the Times Square Shuttle in New York City as part of an advertising campaign by NBC Sports to promote its coverage of the Premier League that kicks off on August 17.

And now another photograph has been found, this team showing a Liverpool FC subway car filled with commuters in New York City. Plus one featuring the Everton half of the subway car.

The subway car has the words “Keep Calm and Pick Liverpool” plastered along the side of the subway car. Presumably the other half of the subway car is in blue and says “Keep Calm and Pick Everton.” One of the features we didn’t notice until today is that the subway car doors say “Liverpool Fans Enter Here,” which is a great touch that’s probably confusing some commuters who aren’t soccer fans.

everton seats 600x450 Liverpool and Everton Subway Cars Spotted In New York City As Part of NBC Ad Campaign [PHOTO]

If you’re in New York City and you see other subway cars, please take a photograph of them and send them to us here at thegaffer[at]worldsoccertalk[dot]com.


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