Liverpool’s brand new Warrior away strip for the 2014-15 season was launched in Dublin this afternoon, ahead of the Reds’ post-season friendly against Shamrock Rovers.

Liverpool FC Away Kit 2014-2015

Brendan Rodgers believes that the revamped second strip is one ‘that fans and players will respond to’ – and there is little doubt that the club’s official kit supplier has captured the illustrious past with their latest offering.

The club’s official kit supplier has reinvigorated a classic in producing an iconic yellow strip that evokes memories of the Reds’ rich history – none more so than the FA Cup final success of 2001.

Featuring a range of contemporary design details and technical innovations, the revamped shirt, shorts and socks are engineered for superior performance.  A moisture-wicking War-Tech fabric uses responsive technology that helps keep players focused, while the four-way stretch mesh panelling under the arms and across the shoulders of the shirt facilitates optimum ventilation that allows for added comfort and temperature control in core heat areas, helping to regulate body temperature.

In line with the new home kit, which was unveiled in April and launched for sale earlier this month, a modern crew neck collar is designed for freedom of movement and comfort.  The main body of the kit, meanwhile, is dominated with a powerful yellow, with contrasting red cut and sewn panels that deliver a 360-degree design aesthetic, following the contours of the body.

Take a look through the slideshow below to see various members of the squad modelling the smart yellow design, which they will wear proudly at stadiums across the country throughout the next campaign.

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0 thoughts on “Liverpool beat Chelsea – can they win the league?”

  1. You know i really think this could be Liverpool’s year. They played brilliantly on Sunday (apart from Keane) but have been no better than average in the other games I’ve seen – yet they’re still top!

    With Keane not firing on all cylinders and Torres still out of action, the goals are still coming. It’s really looking very promising…

  2. Yeah if we can keep going past Christmas we really have a chance. Arsenal are out of it after their dismal result against Spurs of all teams. Man Utd seem to be stepping it up, but aren’t quite there. Chelsea are still there but we beat them and that’s all it needs for us to win the league.

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