Liverpool 13/14 Warrior Home Football Shirt

Liverpool Football Club revealed the brand new Warrior home kit for the 2013-14 season which is available here.

The all-red strip features a white trim and is based on the iconic shirt of the 1983-84 season, which was worn during the European Cup final triumph in Rome.

Made using War-Tech, Warrior's signature apparel technology system, the shirt is highly-breathable, as well as moisture-wicking, keeping players dry.

Watch the behind the scenes video here

Meanwhile, the four-way stretch mesh paneling under the arms and across the back allows airflow and ventilation, helping players stay comfortable in core heat areas of the body - something that is key for the players, according to Steven Gerrard.

Daniel Sturridge added: "It's important that you feel good in the shirt because you wear it a lot of the time, so if you're not comfortable in the strip you don't perform as well. It's very important for a new strip to feel comfortable."

Also on the new kit, the liver bird crest - re-introduced by Warrior in 2012 - has been incorporated into the design in two ways.

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Running alongside the embroidered emblem, a new pin-striped sublimation print on the front of the shirt showcases the iconic symbol with 'Liverpool FC' interwoven using a darker red hue.

Lucas Leiva said: "It is a very nice kit. The white details have given it a nice touch and the material is very good and very comfortable. I think they have done everything they can to make us feel good and it's a very beautiful kit.

"I'm really looking forward to wearing it next season."

Pepe Reina will also sport an all-new strip between the sticks next season as Liverpool's goalkeepers will wear a white and black kit.

The Spanish stopper commented: "It's good. It's different, a really light colour, but I think the [outfield] players like it, so that's very good.

"Being comfortable is the main thing. Overall, it doesn't matter if it's brilliant or nice, it's just about how comfortable you are in it - and with this one, I feel very, very comfortable."

Thanks to Michael

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Liverpool 13/14 Warrior Home Football Shirt

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Guest
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Guest

So now every team in the Prem changes home shirts every season, seems a shame that the 2012-13 shirt lasted only one year, that was a really nice kit. Having said that, this is too, the V/Crew neck hybrid looks good, and the addition of white is a nice touch. Not bad
Guest
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Guest

You are absolutely right, I have pointed this our two years ago.
It reflects the current world trend in everything. Everything goes incredibly fast and must be changed very soon. It really makes no sense, and footballshirts are one clear example. Honestly, what IS the point of it in this particular "field"?
The only result when you have to change something so frequently is that you' ll inevitably come up with a crap alternative because not enough time or thought has gone in the job, whatever the item may be.
Who the hell DOES buy a shirt of their team every year anyway???
As usual I have one manufacturer to blame... But that' s getting boring as well.
Steevo
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Steevo

Nice shirt spoilt by the 'LIVERPOOL FC' watermark. The shadow stripes on their own would've been fine but it looks like they've over designed it.

Not sure of a white GK shirt though. Would've loved that design in yellow with black trim.
Guest
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Guest

Quoting Maarten:
http://www.caughtoffside.com/2013/02/08/images-new-liverpool-home-away-third-kits-for-201314-revealed/

Let's just hope these leaked shots were just prototypes. :o

Nice home kit but if those are the away shirts then they are truly awful, no stylee say I. Dub style.
Guest
+2

Guest

Is it just me or would the goalkeeper kit not have made a better away or 3rd strip? It just doesn't look like a keeper shirt to me, I have to say I like the home shirt, good effort by warrior much improved on this seasons home shirt.
Guest
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Guest

That reminds I, must go to dem market for cheap bargains. Warrior = pub kits, nasty. No league title next year in that Brendan, just them chance to suck on a few bitter oranges at half time, as the Manchester clubs pass you by, like a Merc cruising past a 1982 Mini Metro up them M1.
Guest
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Guest

As mentioned before by others, this seems to indicate the leaked kits from the few last month might actually be real. This worries me. Maybe Warrior is playing a big joke on the public in response to the reactions they received from last year's 2nd and 3rd kits. It's like they are trying to get buzz about how crap they will be then release something mediocre that will seem amazing in comparison.
Guest
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Guest

Attractive shirt (though their current shirt is also attractive–one of the best dressed teams in the league, I'm afraid to say), but so much for Liverpool being the last club in the Premier League to keep their home kits for two seasons to not gouge their fans (other than Arsenal, if you excuse the past three seasons because of the 125th anniversary special kit and if they keep this year's home kit for next season, but that has yet to be confirmed).
Guest

Guest

Dream on soft lad!

18 league titles; the last one 23 years ago. 5 Euro Cups; 4 of them won before Margaret Thatcher had become Prime Minister, the other one fluked.

We will NEVER stop living in the past.

18+5. YNWA
Guest
+1

Guest

Quoting dan:
crap, they should go back to adidas.

WHAT THE HECK HAPPENED TO THEIR SHIELD WITH FLAMES?

The sowing machine in Bangladesh couldn't cope.
Nasty kit. Cheap looking but the good news is it will always remind me of Sunday lunch, after a kick about on a Sunday morning (pub kit). Not available in blue. Thankfully.
Desmond - where are my Easter eggs?
Guest

Guest

The polyester looks cheap and nasty. Standard Sunday league kit. We need Adidas back, Warrior clearly dont know what theyre doing on football club kits.
The Home looks great compared to the away. I say great, but compare it to a Primark tee and it would look standard.

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