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We've showed you some shirt design images before, but today Liverpool FC and New Balance have officially revealed the Reds' brand new 2015-16 home and goalkeeper kits.

The new home shirt adopts a chequerboard pattern inspired by the red and white mosaic formed when supporters on the Kop hoist aloft their Liverpool flags and scarves on a matchday.

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The shirt for next season uses New Balance's dry moisture wicking technology, NB Dry, and offers ease of movement and breathability to keep players cool, dry and comfortable.

Billy Hogan, the Reds' chief commercial officer, said: "We are very excited to be launching our first kit in partnership with New Balance, which is one of the world's leading sportswear brands.

"Like LFC, New Balance has over 100 years of heritage and it's fitting that the first kit launched as part of this record-breaking partnership celebrates the club's illustrious history and worldwide fanbase."

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Comments (4)

  1. Guest jasonj7

comment please

 
  1. Melvin Mak

You should put the real numbers at the chest.

 
  1. Jason Jorge

why? i personally think it looks better o the left side of the chest and also adidas originally have it there. But you are free to your opinion lol.

 
  1. BazzaD NZ

This is not bad kit at all. Subtle, simple, effective...the haters will hate, but not a bad effort.

 
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