Liverpool have officially signed with Nike for the 2020/21 season and beyond, and thoughts have swiftly shifted to how the Reds’ new kits could look.
After a High Court case ruled against current supplier New Balance, Liverpool were free to finalise terms for their agreement with Nike, which was then confirmed on Tuesday.
The American-based company will now supply kits for the first team, academy and women’s sides starting from June 1, in a lucrative deal which is worth £30 million a year plus royalties.
It is the first time Nike and Liverpool will work together and that, of course, has led to various suggestions and concepts created regarding what the Reds’ new kits will look like.
Designs have already been agreed, with a deep red set to be favoured for the home shirt while a hyper turquoise and dark grey are rumoured to have been given the green light for the away and third kits respectively.
But with nothing confirmed as of yet, here’s a look at a number of concept kits from around social media.
A trifecta of kits, with black & turquoise the favourite choice away from Anfield…
Liverpool F.C x Nike – 2020/21
Concept kits ? pic.twitter.com/zf49jFRyTa
— LFC92 (@LFC92) October 19, 2019
Brand new Liverpool Nike concept designs, based on the mid-90s home and away shirts – which one would you go for? #LFC #Liverpool #Anfield #Mane #Origi #Salah #YNWA #LiverpoolFC pic.twitter.com/mTm8uxBCUy
— KonceptKitz (@KonceptKitz) December 5, 2019
— Saintetixx (@Saintetixx) September 25, 2019
— Derkam Artz (@derkamartz) September 25, 2019
— Max (@MaxGraphics11) September 26, 2019
— Marinho (@clubmarinho) January 1, 2020
A special design to attract the masses & a look at how the Reds could look at home…
With Liverpool F.C partnering with Nike next season could we see them creating a concept kit with global superstar and Nike athlete @KingJames who has a small stake in the club.
Liverpool x Nike x LeBron – Concept
Based on an Air Max 95 Colourway ? pic.twitter.com/oD14c74A1Q
— LFC92 (@LFC92) November 7, 2019
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#liverpoolfc x #nikefootball Concept kit. #liverpoolfcfans #liverpoolfans #liverpooljersey #lfc #liverpoolfootballclub #liverpoolindonesia #nikeliverpool #mbappe2020 #anfield #anfieldroad #redmen #salah #mane #wijnaldum #fabinho #firmino #vandijk #trentalexanderarnold #fcliverpool
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Liverpool Home Concept Kit.? ? Rate 1-10! ?? ? Use coupon "Jpereira" to get 15% off on www.soccerstockroom.com (link in bio)? ? #JPereira #LiverpoolFC #Liverpool #YNWA #LFC #FantasyKit #ConceptKit #KitDesign #Soccer #Football #Jersey #FootyHeadlines #GraphicDesign #Nike #FIFA #Kit #PremierLeague #England @liverpoolfc @cleatsvibes @footyheadlinesnew
And here are those claimed as being next season’s designs…
Liverpool x Nike Concept Third Kit – 2020 ??
Based on the information leaked so far pic.twitter.com/1Q8B43kb1z
— LFC92 (@LFC92) December 2, 2019
More like this? pic.twitter.com/3DXSVg63C3
Liverpool are unlikely to reveal their new home kit until the summer, with announcement for the away and third kits typically following that.
Jurgen Klopp‘s side will not wear next season’s kit on the final home game of the campaign, as per tradition, due to the terms of their agreement with New Balance.