Fresh photos of Liverpool's 2022/23 home kit leak online


A series of fresh photos of the jersey set to be donned by Premier League giants Liverpool in home fixtures across the 2022/23 campaign have come to the fore this week.

The shirt, as expected, will feature a deep red base, offset by a traditional white crest, Nike tick and Standard Chartered sponsor emblazoned across the front.

Elsewhere, along the left sleeve will come another sponsor, this time courtesy of Expedia.

The most noteworthy change in comparison to the jerseys currently donned by Jurgen Klopp’s troops at Anfield comes in the form of the collar, with a simple wide-necked design set to replace the 2021/22 iteration, which saw an orange trim feature heavily.

The orange sleeve cuffs have too been binned, in favour of a red trim, to match the rest of the jersey.

Fresh images to have made their way online over the course of the week to date, meanwhile, showcase further alterations, with a subtle YNWA (You'll Never Walk Alone) graphic pattern to feature along the sleeves.

A first look at Liverpool's latest sock design has too been provided.

Check out all of the leaked images of the Reds' predicted home kit for the 2022/23 season below, with credit to the reliable Footy Headlines:

Forest test

Turning attentions back towards matters on the pitch, Jurgen Klopp and co. will of course mark their return to action on Sunday evening.

A showdown with Championship outfit Nottingham Forest awaits, as Liverpool eye a spot in the semi-finals of the FA Cup amid the club's ongoing push for an unprecedented quadruple.

Steve Cooper's Forest, though, will prove no pushovers, having already enjoyed an FA Cup campaign to remember in 2021/22, courtesy of upsets versus both Arsenal and tournament holders Leicester City.

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Conor Laird

Conor Laird

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