Liverpool and Jurgen Klopp have been given a boost ahead of their Champions League final after principal shirt sponsors Standard Chartered today (May 24, 2018) announced that they would be extending their sponsorship with the Reds till the end of the 2022/23 season.
The banking giant first came on board as the main shirt sponsor at Anfield in 2010, replacing Carlsberg in a four year deal worth £80m. Extensions in 2013 and 2015 took the deal till the end of the 18/19 season and with this latest extension, SC will be seen on the front of Liverpol’s jerseys till 2023 (a total of 13 seasons) Continue reading
This is the new Liverpool home goalkeeper shirt 2015/2016, the new GK uniform for Liverpool FC from New Balance. Unveiled along with the new 15/16 outfield players home kit on 10th April, 2015, the new goalie kit will be worn by the likes of Simon Mignolet next season at Anfield. Continue reading
This is the new Liverpool away kit 2014/15, LFC’s new change strip for the upcoming 2014/15 Premier League season. Made by Warrior Football, the kit was officially unveiled via Google Hangout on May 14, 2014. Liverpool have already unveiled their 2014/15 home kit.
The Reds finished second in the Premier League in 2013/14, just behind Man City and ahead of both Chelsea and Arsenal.
The strip is an all yellow offering from Warrior and matches the information from previous leaks on the internet. The kit was worn for the first time in the club’s friendly against Shamrock Rovers. Continue reading
This is the new Liverpool home kit 14/15, LFC’s new home strip for the forthcoming 2014/15 season. The new home kit has been made by Warrior Football and was officially unveiled on 10 April, 2014 at the Liverpool city centre. Note that Coutinho (10), Kolo Toure (4) and Jordan Henderson (14) were chosen to model the kit.
The shirt is red with white piping and includes a geometric LFC jacquard weave, as can be seen in the pics below.
Like with the 2013/14 Warrior Kit, the 14/15 edition carries two embroidered Eternal Flames alongside a 96 logo on the nape of the shirt’s neck.
The top uses Warrior’s War-Tech fabric and is modelled by Steven Gerrard and Luis Suarez below Continue reading