Liverpool are set to announce their away kit at the end of this week, but a photograph has emerged online of what looks to be the real deal.
The rumoured new gear is mostly white with some hints of red on the sleeves. Personally, I think it’s quite nice, but it’s not gone done well with everyone.
Some fans have labelled the ‘boring’ and ‘dull’, but I think it’s simple and effective. The collar is also quite interesting as the material seems to overlap in a v-shape in a way I can’t think I’ve seen before on a football kit.
The new home kit didn’t go down brilliantly when it was first announced, but it’s certainly grown on fans since the reveal.
It helps that the Reds wore the new kit during the Champions League victory parade, I’m sure, and with the ‘6’ Champions League patches, it’ll be a success.
The away kit follows the trend of the first kit by having Bob Paisley’s signature on the inside of the collar. The legendary manager would have celebrated his 100th birthday next year.
The new goalkeeper kit has gone down a treat – with the black and gold number, donned by Alisson Becker, selling out quickly in the club shops.