New Balance release their last ever Liverpool shirt as Champions home jersey, complete with gold crest, goes on sale for £70… just days after club won its first Premier League title
- Liverpool supporters can now get their hands on a home Champions shirt
- The Merseyside club were crowned Premier League winners last week
- Red home jersey complete with gold crest has gone on sale to mark the success
Liverpool fans can now get their hands on a home Champions shirt after New Balance released their last ever club jersey following the club’s first ever Premier League title.
The red home jersey complete with a gold crest has gone on sale for £70 on the kit maker’s website to mark the success.
The shirt is the same as the home shirt for the 2019-20 season other than having a gold ‘NB’ logo and gold crest with ‘2019/20 Champions’ and ‘Liverpool Football Club’ embroidered in gold on the left side of the jersey.
Liverpool fans can now get their hands on a home Champions shirt, released by New Balance
The shirt is the same as the red home shirt for the 2019-20 season but has a gold crest instead
It is set to be New Balance’s final kit for the Merseyside club with Nike to become the official supplier on August 1.
Liverpool confirmed New Balance would stay as their kit maker until the end of July as they pushed back their new deal with Nike earlier this month.
As revealed by Sportsmail the Premier League side reached an agreement to keep their New Balance strip until the end of the current campaign.
Liverpool were crowned Premier League champions after Man City suffered defeat last week
A statement by the club on June 1 read: ‘Liverpool FC can confirm New Balance will continue as the club’s official kit supplier until July 31, 2020.
‘It has been mutually agreed with New Balance, the club and incoming kit supplier Nike that the deal, which was due to come to an end on May 31, 2020, will be extended due to the Premier League being suspended as a result of Covid-19.
‘Nike’s term as official kit supplier to the club, outfitting the men’s, women’s and Academy squads, as well as coaching staff and Liverpool FC Foundation, is due to commence on August 1, 2020.’
Sportsmail revealed in May that captain Jordan Henderson will lift the Premier League trophy while wearing a New Balance shirt.
Liverpool’s 30-year wait for a league title came to an end on Thursday after Manchester City suffered a 2-1 defeat by Chelsea.