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Liverpool Reveal New Limited Edition Blackout Jersey

Liverpool Reveal New Limited Edition Blackout Jersey

Liverpool have revealed a new limited edition blackout jersey.

The club teamed up with kit manufacturer New Balance to release the jersey, which is a continuation of the celebrations of the centenary of Bob Paisley OBE’s birth.

According to New Balance’s release, the jersey’s pin-stripe design is inspired “from Liverpool FC’s 1982/83 strip,” when Paisley was manager.

This is just another in a long line of beautiful strips released this summer – particularly retro kits and special edition jerseys dedicated to big moments in a club’s history.

The blackout jersey should be popular with Liverpool fans and is the fourth released by the club after the home, away and third kits were revealed earlier this summer:

The jersey is now available in limited numbers via newbalance.com/football (US customers) and newbalance.co.uk/football (UK customers).

But don’t expect Jurgen Klopp’s men to be wearing the jersey at any point. This release is purely for fans and won’t form part of the team’s jerseys throughout the season. A shame.

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