Liverpool Reveal New ‘125th Anniversary’ Home Kit – It’s Red With White Bits (Photos & Video)

Chris Wright

27th, April 2017



Photo: @LFC/Twitter

Liverpool have unveiled their new home kit for 2017/18 and, as always, the only variable is what colour the trim is this time.

Spoiler: it’s white.

To mark the club’s 125th anniversary, there’s also a very slightly re-jigged badge on the chest…

The New Balance strip features the club’s commemorative crest for the first time, with the Liver bird emblem flanked by ‘1892’ and ‘2017’ embroidered onto the breast of the shirt – a unique element of the team’s kits for the next campaign.

In fairness, there’s a pleasing 1980s tinge to the strip, thanks to the oversized V-neck and the subtle ribbing on the shirt…


Meh. It’s red, white and okay – a bit like an own-brand retro shirt.

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  1. Archer says:

    125 years my arse – any excuse to fleece the fans out of another 60 odd quid, more like…

  2. Archer says:

    125 years my arse – any chance to fleece fans out of another 60 odd quid, more like…

  3. Bruno says:

    I don’t love it but I like it. It’s the best Liverpool kit I’ve seen in years.

    The problem today I think is not the design of the kits, but the main sponsor. Depending on how the sponsor design is, the shirt can or cannot be good looking.

    Look at Man United with the Chevrolet thing… even if you hire Armani to design the shirt, as soon as that ugly yellow thing is stamped on the front, everything is ruined. On the other hand, Inter Milan with the Pirelli sponsor for example, looks great (or doesn’t ruin the shirt at least).

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