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Liverpool FC is an English football club which was founded in 1892. The club had a glorious history which its supporters regularly flaunt, but have lost much of their class in recent decades. The last time Liverpool were crowned champions of England was in 1989/90, before the Barclays Premier League was set up. They won a total of 18 titles, one less than their arch-rivals Manchester United, which in contrast have won the Barclays Premier League title 12 times since it was set up and in total won 19 league titles. Despite their staunch rivalry with the latter, there is no denying that Manchester United have by far been superior in the past two decades.

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This is the shirt that Liverpool will wear during the 2013/14 campaign in the Premier League. The new home shirt has a plain red look, apart from white stripes on the central part of the collar and on the sleeve hems. The logos of sponsors Standard Chartered and manufacturer Warrior appear on the body in gold.

Posted by on March 19th, 2013 in Liverpool - Copyright Football Shirts News © 2013

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  1. northernhorn:

    yeah it looks…lovely.
    Narh, who am I trying to kid.

  2. Vern Fonk:

    Mwahahahahaha! That is worse than this years effort. Hah scousers.

  3. Hammer91:

    Pretending to be Man Utd from a couple of years back with this shirt.

  4. Steven:

    Cheapooooooo!!!

  5. rooney is soooo ugly:

    warrior are shiiiiiiiiiiiiittttttttttteeee !!!!!
    even nike do better stuff than warrior

  6. Brn442:

    Not a bad 2nd effort by Warrior. Parhaps the partial white on the neckline was meant to be cheeky but I haven’t warmed up to it. If the trim is white, why aren’t the crest and sponsors too?

  7. United!!!:

    now it really looks like some normal t-shirt

  8. stevie G:

    as a liverpool fan … i must say – warrior are a disgrace . an absolute flippin disgrace .

    ALL the kits this season are revolting , especially the away . I usually buy all kits but not this season . And not next season by the looks of that

    Liverpool must be missing out on sales with these sick kits

    Sack Rodgers – then dump warrior – 2 best things a liverpool fan can hope for

  9. stevie G:

    ps . get rid off the stupid yellow crest and sponsor – it makes our players look soft and girlish

  10. Batista:

    I knew it that Warrior will produce sh***y shirts!! Just stick to hockey and lacrosse!

  11. hellasleaf:

    It’s kind of subtle actually. This is one that will look better on the players. I like the white trim.

  12. ehsan united:

    Warrior football shirts are horrible…its just a normal T-Shirt with LFC badge

  13. matt:

    I quite like it to be honest.

  14. saggers:

    The best thing warrior have done so far is reintroduce the simple classy liverbird logo. the old one with the green and the gates and the beacons was a total mess. well done warrior for this – would have been even better if the liverbird was white instead of yellow?

  15. Duffman:

    Clearly fake. The sponsor’s lopsided for Christ’s sake.

  16. SkyBluePhoenix:

    Why a new kit after only one season with the previous one? At least Arsenal and Man Utd keep theirs for two seasons. Design isn’t too bad, they may be going for a retro feel, but the whole thing would sit better if all the details were white.

  17. Zizzi:

    How anti Liverpool is your writeup? The club had a glorious history which its supporters regularly flaunt, but have lost much of their class in recent decades. Don’t let your dislike of Liverpool get in the way of history.

  18. Zizzi:

    Also this has to be fake. Liverpool have a 2 season home kit policy.

  19. IKnowWhatYouDidLastSeason:

    This is what happens when you let a rubbish an unknown kit manufacturer in warrior produce kits like this. Nike and Adidas are the only good ones. Puma only looks good on Italy. That is all.

  20. Kermit:

    I agree with the comments above regarding changing the shirt print to white.
    Red & Yellow (gold) has been done already thanks.

  21. Bill D:

    I like how Liverpool have brought back their 70s badge, with the gold trim and all. Warrior are doing very well for Liverpool.

  22. Si:

    SkyBluePhoenix:
    Why a new kit after only one season with the previous one? At least Arsenal and Man Utd keep theirs for two seasons. Design isn’t too bad, they may be going for a retro feel, but the whole thing would sit better if all the details were white.

    I can’t recall the last time Man Utd and Arsenal kept the same home kit for more than one season, Liverpool did previously with Reebok and Adidas always have a two season home kit policy however don’t forget however naff people think Warrior are at present this is the biggest financial kit deal in the Premier League so perhaps that has changed, It is not great but have seen worse.

  23. Kopite:

    Looks like a fake but a few changes could be made so it can look better:

    Make the collar a full V-neck instead of that naff half moon.

    Change the sponsor to white to match the sleeves and collar.

    If Warrior are serious about this whole going big on tradition which I seriously doubt they are then replicating the 1982-85 home shirt design isn’t a bad way to go

  24. brn442:

    Indeed SI — Considering the amount of money Warrior paid for the Liverpool account, I’m sure LFC’s two year home shirt policy is long gone.

  25. Alf Stewart:

    Wow, such a difference from this seasons eh?

  26. Vern Fonk:

    This is actually worse than the current shirt. Hard to imagine.

  27. D King:

    Oh dear. Liverpool are a big global club and thus Warrior should be making shirts that look good so that people around the World will buy it as leasurewear, as Barcelona shirts are sold globally.

    5/10

  28. Andreina:

    Why are people bashing this year’s kit? It’s freaking class, simple and comfortable. I live in the tropic where temperatures average 30ºC and the Warrior kit feels extremely fresh while the last Adidas one (home kit) retains the heat. The shirt’s confection and quality was something I didn’t expect from Warrior, and gotta give them credit for that. Also, I’d rather have a plain red shirt than a picnic tablecloth one.

    This one’s not my favorite but I think there’s some time until the official design is announced. I would’ve liked LFC to keep the 2 year home kit policy but you can tell it’s gone when at mid season they’re already offering the home kit on discount prices.

  29. LAN:

    The collar might take a bit of getting used to but apart from that I think it looks ok. Warrior are taking a lot of unfair stick in my opinion.

  30. mambojambo:

    I give credit to LFC for going with a lesser known brand. This is a good effort although the white bit on the collar should contiue right around the neckline.

    I bet the quality of Warrior strips is on a par with the so-called bigger brands anyway. Why not embrace its uniqueness?

  31. FP14:

    what are people expecting from kits these days? there is so much criticism.
    the current liverpool home shirt is the best they’ve had in years and this new one isn’t too bad. the stripe detail on the collar should go all the way around IMO. it seems like warrior are trying to imitate the 70s/80s liverpool kits and doing lright so far. but when it comes to the away shirts… they are absolutely awful

  32. rooney is soooo ugly:

    this is my 3rd time coming back here for another look … its not getting any better . its freaking awful – like all of this years kits

  33. SkyBluePhoenix:

    @Si
    Arsenal have always used a two season policy (including the current kit) apart from last seasons as it was an anniversary shirt, and 2006 as it was to commemorate the last season at Highbury. Man Utd used the same policy up until 2010 for some reason. They also both keep away kits for two season, making the previous seasons away the third for the next. I know Liverpool did the same with Adidas but was unsure as to whether the policy had remained with Warrior. Seems one-season kits are becoming an annoying trend these days.

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