Liverpool have released their third jersey for the 2020-21 season, still emphasizing the same excitement when choosing a bright yellow color for both the shirt and the pants. The added feature is a red-yellow checkered stripe. The neckline, sleeves are replicas of the fan flags that often appear during European club championship games.
Liverpool have released their third jersey for the 2020-21 season
The official website reveals details that the Nike brand was inspired by a jersey that was introduced in the mid’50s. It became popular until the end of the ’70s until it was recognized as a familiar two-jersey of the ‘Reds’.
The ‘red-yellow’ checkered pattern represents the fanaticism and energy of the fans. It started with a giant checkered flag that was carried by supporters at the 1977 European Cup final. Since then, it has become an indispensable item on the ‘Reds’ European night. Its close and connected until the team and the disciples ‘The Kop’ are like the same family.
Detailed on the back of the neckline is the number 96, with a light commemorating the victims who died in the Hillsborough disaster. And from the 2022-23 season the number will rise to 97. Because it includes Andrew Devine, who recently left the world. another week before
This season’s third green jersey is made from 100% recycled polyester, player or fan grade. Open for pre-orders at the official store.