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Liverpool Launches New Third Shirt For 2008/2009 Season

liverpool third shirt Liverpool Launches New Third Shirt For 2008/2009 SeasonNo, Steven Gerrard isn’t wearing a goalkeeper’s jersey in the picture. It’s Liverpool’s third strip for the 2008/2009 season, which was just officially unveiled by the club.

Designed by Adidas and sponsored by Carlsberg, the new third strip will be worn in select Champions League matches. The shirt features a black collar, white trim and aqua green shirt color.

Voted the second worst design of the 08/09 Premier League shirts, the new shirt will be available as of August 14th but is available for pre-order now.

Last season, Liverpool wore their attractive black shirt for European matches, but this new green design has to go down in the history books as one of the worst Liverpool shirts ever.

With the release of Liverpool’s third shirt, the club has now unveiled all three kits for the 2008/2009 season. These include the gray away shirt and red home shirt, which features the unique red checkered design inside the shirt that’s inspired by the flags of the Kop.

What do you think of the new shirt design? Click the comments link below and let us know.


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