Liverpool Football Club have completed the unveiling of their 2014/15 Warrior playing range with the presentation of their new third kit on Monday. The hooped shirt will be available at World Soccer Shop, Subside Sports and Kitbag along with The Reds’ 14/15 home, away and training shirts.
According to Liverpool FC technical partner Warrior Football: After Liverpool FC’s scintillating season, fans can now see all the kits that will feature as the team compete for UEFA Champions League glory once more.
The new kit comes fully prepared with the technology to give LFC every opportunity to continue their triumphant return back to the top of the table and in Europe. Incorporating polyester mesh pique into the main body of the shirt and high-stretch breathable mesh panels in vital areas such as the underarm and side seams ensures the kit supports greater diversity of movement, whilst also enabling increased air flow to regulate body temperature.
The chequered sash is new to Anfield and is complemented by a classic red collar – a stylish and performance enhancing kit. In line with the home and away versions, an embroidered Liver Bird sits prominently as the club crest, while two commemorative Eternal Flames and a 96 logo are positioned on the nape of the neck.
Fans will be able to see the First Team in the new third kit for the first time during the Reds’ pre-season tour when they meet Olympiacos in Chicago on Sunday 27 July.
LFC manager, Brendan Rodgers, praised the new kits stating: “It’s great that Warrior has considered both style and performance with each kit in this new collection. It’s important for the team that they look and feel like a formidable force on the pitch and I think all three kits achieve that.”
Richard Wright commented on the design principles of the third shirt: “This kit complements the red home and yellow away perfectly, creating a collection which is distinctive and fresh. It has the nostalgic essence of past kits in line with the cutting-edge football Brendan Rodgers has brought back to Anfield. We can’t wait to see LFC compete in the third kit on Europe’s elite stage next season.”