The latest collection comprised of both apparel and accessories celebrates Liverpool’s illustrious history and its six European cups in particular. The special edition kit takes a large amount of inspiration from the 2019/20 goalkeeper’s shirt, however dressed in black and featuring contrasting gold hits on both the New Balance insignia and The Reds’ club badge, as well as the kit’s main sponsor logo, Standard Chartered. The range also includes a 1500 trainer, track jackets, pants, a rucksack, beanie, cap and football. Additionally, each item features a special crest that pays homages to Liverpool’s continental triumphs in 1977, 1978, 1981, 1984, 2005 and 2019.
Kenny McCallum, General Manager at New Balance Football, said: “With memories from Madrid still fresh in our minds, we are delighted to introduce the black Six Times Collection. We look forward to seeing Reds fans around the world in the new range.”
Interested fans will be able to purchase items from New Balance’s Liverpool FC “Black Collection” starting December 4 over at New Balance and Liverpool’s online store. The kit will retail for £70 GBP (approximately $90 USD).
Liverpool will be allowed to move to a new sponsor at the end of the season; most likely that new sponsor will be Nike.
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