Liverpool FC has revealed the new Nike home kit for the 2020-21 season.

The first Reds strip to be designed by Nike as part of the new partnership, the home shirt sees a traditional vibrant red jersey, accented with teal and white around the V-neck collar and sleeves.

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Red, white and teal has been a traditional colourway used throughout the club’s history, relating to the traditional crest, while also appearing as a prominent feature on the iconic LFC jersey since the club was founded in 1892.

Teal is also a colour that represents the city of Liverpool, reminiscent of the shade of the Liver Bird that sits at the top of the famous Liver Building.

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What do you think?

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Comments (16)

  1. Nick

Lose the teal and you've got a nice shirt.

  1. 88milesperhour

I don’t think the teal is a big deal

  1. Mr. Magoo

It's nice, like the simplicity, but it's still a template...

  1. Bob24

It would have been nicer if the teal line was thinner (and gold rather than teal ideally), and I think the stripe down the side should have been the same colour as the shirt (like you see with several other Nike kits like Brazil and PSG). I know the teal is supposed to evoke the colour of the Liver bird statues atop the Liver Building (the same reason the official club crest uses the colour) but it makes the kit hark back to that early 90s era when the club were on a downward spiral. I'm sure it will sell in huge numbers though because of the team's current successful profile and the fact that Nike can reach places where New Balance struggled.

  1. Ultraman Tiga

this kit more suit official Logo.

  1. ACW

I was expecting something a little more 'bespoke' to be honest. Has a whiff of 'sports direct' about it.

  1. Terry

For clarity, i don't like lfc....just honest comment..

Its ordinary and simple. Which is good
..but, just like Barca black, the overlap on the back of the collar looks terrible..
If it wasny team, i don't think i would buy it

  1. Timbo    Terry

For clarity, I don't like you... just being honest

  1. YYZ

Don't like the teal & the collar at the back. If you put it on backwards, it still look right or is it to confuse the opposition, so they don't know if they are coming or going? The rest of it is good.

  1. Elef See

Im surprised they havent embroided the Premier League trophy or Jordan Henderson for the most sidewards passes in the league into the background or put a gold star on it

  1. Der K

I actually like the teal details. The backward collar is unfortunate (in this shirt and any other that implements it) but that's just Nike trying to be "innovative". Anyway, this is a great shirt.

  1. Kerplunk44

I’m a Liverpool supporter but this is just generic muck at least NB and before Warrior offered a somewhat unique home kit .. also major issue having to pay £100 plus for the players edition jersey that comes with a cheap iron on crest at least Nike should have put the Liver bird sticker onto both editions of the jersey .. as for Nike reaching regions that NB can not , that must be the depths of cheap made kit and the depths of people’s pockets .. may sound like a rant but how much is too much for a piece of kit made in Thailand for less than a score ... won’t be wasting my cash on it , I’ll stay retro ( peace people )

  1. BaddersTUFC

Not sure what the teal is about. If Liverpool need a 3rd accent colour then make it yellow at least and always prefer Liverpool home kit with a yellow/gold badge.

The teal almost makes me think of those awful Liverpool kits in the 90s when green for some reason became one of their colours.

  1. Sir trevor

wasn't the tealadded by adidas when it used the colour for their new adidas equipment range and logo as opposed to the older stuff under the adidas trefoil logo..and fsr added it to lfc's kit.
No Liverpool fan but I'd go with the early 80s livery as opposed to the above

  1. Séamas Ó Conghaile    Sir trevor

I reckon they'd use this colour rather replicate the LFC kits of late 70s and early 80s .
I doubt theyd replicate there success either ... rumours Klopp will be off to Real Madrid this season

  1. Plastic spotter

Will sell plenty of these in Swindon, Kent and other plastic fan areas....

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