Liverpool have unveiled their latest home system for the upcoming 2022/23 season, inspired by the concept of’ Scouse solidarity’..
The all-red design includes YNWA (You will Never Walk Alone) detailing on the sleeve, in addition to the ninety seven emblem encased by the Eternal Flames on the rear of the neck as a tribute to the ninety seven lives lost in the Hillsborough tragedy..
Kit makers Nike have kept it fairly basic this time around but have created a brand new number and name design for the rear of shirt.
The player names are going to now be written in a style similar to those of historic street signs displayed in the city of Liverpool.
We are all very happy to put on the Liverpool jersey and also be a part of the swoosh family,” explained captain Jordan Henderson. “We understand precisely what this jersey means for our fans and we can not wait to run in it at Anfield,” he said.
The kit, which is made sustainably from recycled plastic bottles, will be used by the men’s and women’s teams and will be launched officially on May 19.
An all new home knowledge and lifestyle range is going to be released the same day, with a goalkeeper shirt to follow later on in the month..