Get your full Liverpool football kit from our men’s, women’s or infants’ range and benefit from NB Dry Technology, under-arm heat transfer mock vents and supreme moisture wicking fabric. All our LFC products are stamped with the official LFC crest and iconic NB logo.
Liverpool FC Kits: The Range
Our LFC Home, Away and Third kit ranges include the most up-to-date short and long-sleeved shirts, and shorts – all crafted with precision from innovative materials that promote agility and comfort. All our shirts have a 4-way stretch mesh on the yoke panel, cuff panel and front neck insert. Their backs are made with a body mapping cage designed to reduce drag and enhance jersey co-efficiency. And all come with the NB Authenticator – a holographic woven tab with a stitched finish on the lower hem.
Shorts are made with same premium moisture wicking fabric and have a ‘Y’ elasticated waistband with an integrated draw-cord, plain woven main body and diamond gusset.
2018/19 Home Kit: Look and feel great in the LFC Home kit, in classic Red Pepper or Viper Yellow.
2017/18 Away Kit: Wear the LFC Away kit with pride in Deep Violet or Vivid Cactus.
2017/18 Third Kit: Stand out on the pitch in LFC’s Third kit in a graphic grey pattern with red detailing.
All kits come in a range of sizes including the small but perfectly formed LFC infant and baby kit sets, which include a shirt, shorts and socks.
125 Years of Pure LFC: To be Worn with Pride
All items have an embroidered 125th year club crest, celebrating a century and a quarter’s worth of pure LFC, and the current home designs were crafted specially to reflect the team’s glory-moments through the years. Taking inspiration from some of the kits worn by The Reds in their most high-profile moments, the V-neck white tipped collar offers a satisfying nod to the 1984 European Cup final victory over Roma. And the dark shade of red is reminiscent of Bill Shankly’s reign, making the home kit something to be celebrated and worn with honour. Even the more recent New Balance LFC away kit takes inspiration from Liverpool’s founding jersey worn in 1892, which featured a blue and white quartered pattern.
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