Liverpool new 2024/25 home kit prices, pre order NOW and Nike design revealed

Liverpool have revealed their new 2024/25 home kit as they enter their final season with Nike.

The new home shirt has been revealed by the club and is available to order NOW from the Liverpool FC store here and the official Nike store in adult and children's sizes.

The fifth and final kit in the club's agreement with Nike is a big change to the current shirt worn by the club. It signals a return to a pinstriped design last worn by Liverpool during the 2019 season and most famously worn by the club in the all-conquering 1984 European Cup-winning side.

The thin pinstripes are quite subtle on the new design and the most eye-catching feature is the shirt base pattern, where the lines spell out YNWA in honour of the club's anthem, You'll Never Walk Alone.

The shirt also features Nike's new collar design seen on a number of the brand's international shirts for Euro 2024. The collar features two stripes that end abruptly at the base.

Yellow highlights also make a return to the home shirt with a yellow Nike swoosh and Liverpool badge, alongside the white Standard Chartered sponsor.

The home shirt will be the last to use the Nike badge with the club reportedly signing a deal with Adidas for the 2025/26 season. The return to Adidas after over a decade is a popular one with fans and will net the club up to £50 million a year according to some reports. Adidas will also treat Liverpool as one of their Elite clubs, a name reserved for the most marketable clubs in the world.

Elite status will mean more training merchandise on sale across the world as well as 'stadium' shirts featuring higher quality materials and extra design touches as worn by the players themselves.

Prices, and how to pre-order NOW

The new 2024/25 Liverpool shirt is priced at £85 for adults and £65 for children. You can order it here.

The new shirt could be worn for the first time in the club's remaining Premier League games beginning with the clash with Spurs on Sunday 5 May. It will then be used in the club's tour of the US in the summer and could be seen in one of the games against fellow Premier League sides Arsenal and Manchester United.

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