Liverpool’s Stunning ‘Six Times’ Black & Gold Limited Edition Kit Leaked Online

Liverpool’s Stunning ‘Six Times’ Black & Gold Limited Edition Kit Leaked Online

Liverpool are releasing a new limited edition kit to commemorate their sixth European Cup triumph – and it’s fair to say it’s an absolute belter.

The Reds celebrated becoming football’s European champions for the sixth time in their illustrious history by beating Spurs in Madrid back on June 1, just one year after they lost in the Champions League Final to Real Madrid.

Jurgen Klopp’s men were understandably absolutely jubilant after the full-time whistle, and even staged an open-top bus tour through Liverpool city centre, and now their kit manufacturers New Balance have weighed-in with a pretty special memento of their own.

Supporters will be able to buy this stunning black and gold alternative strip, complete with six stars above their iconic Liver bird crest:

According to the usually reliable Footy Headlines website, The Liverpool 2019-20 Black / Gold ‘Six Times’ jersey will be available for £69.99, but it remains to be seen if the club’s players will actually pull it on in a competitive match.

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