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Is This Liverpool’s New Home Shirt for the 2013-14 Season? [PHOTO]

new liverpool kit Is This Liverpools New Home Shirt for the 2013 14 Season? [PHOTO]

A photo of what appears to be Liverpool’s new home shirt for the 2013-14 season has been leaked on the Internet.

Last week, we revealed what Chelsea’s away jersey will be for the 2013-14 season, and now it appears that we have the design for the new Liverpool home shirt for next season, designed and manufactured by Warrior.

The new Liverpool shirt is very similar in design to this season’s shirt from Warrior. The major differences are a new v-neck collar instead of the polo-shirt collar design the current shirt has. Plus, Warrior has added white trim to the bottom of the sleeve as well as under the collar.

The design for Liverpool’s new home shirt appears to be a plausible iteration of the current shirt design. It’s classy, professional-looking and something that should be a winner amongst Liverpool supporters worldwide.

What do you think of the new Liverpool home shirt? Share your opinions in the comments section below.

H/T 101 Great Goals.

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16 Responses to Is This Liverpool’s New Home Shirt for the 2013-14 Season? [PHOTO]

  1. Daniel says:

    I like how the shirt looks, but the material looks too clingy (note the shoulder seams)…similar to a diver’s shirt (no Suarez jokes here right?). Personally I like how the current jersey looks, but it feels like a bad 80′s polo and I asked my wife NOT to buy me one as it reminded me of a work shirt. If this shirt image is accurate, I’m going to give the Warrior effort to date a huge thumbs down. Typically (for example) Adidas team shirts look and feel good on everyone who wears them. These Warrior jerseys don’t look good in casual settings away from the pitch and unfortunately, that is their market.

  2. Mufc77 says:

    Im sure It will be the nicest jersey in the championship.

  3. Simon says:

    Home jersey is same for 2 years.
    2012/2013 and 2013/2014 will be the same jersey we wear now. Thats a given, so this pic is nothing :)

  4. Fernando says:

    Major step up from this year’s shirt.

    Still mid-table style wise.

  5. Brn442 says:

    Nice shirt ….wish the color of the sponsor and the trim was the same color. Shame that Liverpool has finally joined “the new home every season” group but with a 25 million Warrior contract, I’m not surprised.

  6. Casey G says:

    right, when does our warrior deal end?

    to be honest i’d rather have the New Balance logo instead of Warrior (their Parent company), So I can at least match the shirt with my NB kicks, because some of these Warrior designs are just not my style.

  7. YzN says:

    It looks good enough to motivate the players to do well in the epl

  8. das says:

    looks good, however id like the white collar trim to go around the whole collar

  9. axis says:

    Looks good to me, I’ll buy it when it comes out. I have 2 of each (home & away) every season for the last 5 season. I don’t care wether it looks good or not. I buy to support the club, not for aesthetic reason

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