The new design â€” that references the season the Reds were spearheaded to the FA Cup final by Robbie Fowler and Steve Mcmanaman â€” takes on the same green and white quarter pattern, however, itâ€™s been updated with a digital effect.
Additionally, the shirt layers hues of â€œGreen Spark,â€ â€œPoison Green,â€ and â€œPine Green,â€ while the design is also complemented by a black trim collar and sleeve cuffs, with the customary Liver Bird motif also hit with a blacked-out effect.
Whatâ€™s more, is that the new away jersey for Liverpool has been designed in line with the clubâ€™s â€œThe Red Wayâ€ sustainability program, with both the on-field and replica versions of the kit being crafted from 100% recycled polyester fabric, made from recycled plastic bottles.
You can take a closer look at the new Liverpool away jersey above and you will be able to see it for the first time IRL when the menâ€™s team takes on Leicester City during its pre-season tour in Singapore.
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