Close-Ups of Liverpool’s New Home Shirt for 2013-14 Season [PHOTOS]

liverpool kit closeups 600x600 Close Ups of Liverpools New Home Shirt for 2013 14 Season [PHOTOS]

New close-ups have been leaked on the Internet of Liverpool’s new home shirt for the 2013-14 season.

The close-ups of Liverpool shirt are consistent with the shirt design we revealed in December. Plus, the new photos definitely lend some credibility to the shirt that appears to be the official one that will be revealed in the late spring or early summer.

The new Liverpool home shirt has all the hallmarks of a classic. A slick, clean design. The new LFC crest and the red, white and yellow colors.

What are your thoughts about Liverpool’s new home shirt? Share them in the comments section below.

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6 Responses to Close-Ups of Liverpool’s New Home Shirt for 2013-14 Season [PHOTOS]

  1. Jim G says:

    Nice shirt, but don’t they normally keep the Home kit for 2 seasons….?
    Also the Warrior Trademark looks fake – certainly the one dripping out of the Liverbird’s arse.

  2. Asada says:

    those are cheap asian fakes you idiots.

  3. Dust says:

    Isn’t that the same kit they wear now?

    • Paul says:

      I don’t mind a new kit coming out every season but when it’s just a new collar and a white trim, it takes the piss. Don’t mind the Warrior home kits – they look alright and feel quite nice on but everything else Warrior I’m not a fan.

      Are Warrior big / well known in the states?

      • Brian says:

        No, Warrior is neither well known nor big in the States, other than in the Lacrosse community, which is a rather niche sport. If they are willing to pay more to make the kit, that is fine with me as an LFC fan.

  4. PAUL says:

    Would have liked yellow pinstripes like 1984 version

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