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2015-16 Liverpool Kits By New Balance Leak


We’ve got another European soccer kit leak for next season, and this time it’s Liverpool. Hey, at least we’re actually in 2015 now, right? Anyways, thanks to footyheadlines.com, we’ve got an early look at what New Balance (Warrior Sports will be rebranding as New Balance) has to offer for the Reds as they head into next season, and I’ve gotta say; It’s pretty toned down compared to some of Liverpool’s previous looks under the Warrior/New Balance umbrella, as the design seems to focus on sublimation more than weird striping design.

Liverpool 2015-16 kit


Liverpool 2015-16 kit home

As usual, the home kit is mostly red, with white and gold being used as accent colors for the crest, sponsor, sleeve, and collar striping. Since it’s Liverpool, this will probably be paired with red shorts and red socks. Anything else would probably cause the Liverpool faithful to come after New Balance with pitchforks and shanks.

Liverpool 2015-16 Kit away

The away kit is just as simple and actually appears to have a lack of sublimation; Instead, it’s just a simple white shirt with red striping around the sleeves and across the collar. Again, this will definitely be one of the more understated away kits that Liverpool have worn under their current manufacturer’s umbrella.

Liverpool 2015-16 kit thirdThe third kit has a bit more sublimation going on, but again, it’s simple just like the other two shirts, with touches of red and silver across the sleeves, shoulder, and collar. This is definitely a much simpler look than their previous 3rd kits.

Thanks to Kop305 on Twitter, we also have photos of the actual shirts themselves, though it’s a bit small. Either way, this is proof that the shirts actually exist and are indeed what Liverpool will probably be wearing next season.

Liverpool 2015-16 kit setSo, what do you all think of what is presumably the new Liverpool kit set? Upgrade over what they’re currently wearing in their 2014-15 campaign? Let us know what you think!