23/24 Season Liverpool Home Jersey

The 1973-74 season was Shankly’s 14th and final season as manager of the Reds, leading a team of players such as Ian Callaghan, Kevin Keegan and Ray Clemence to the FA Cup. won the FA Cup that season.
The Liverpool men’s team will make their debut in the new kit on May 20 against Aston Villa in the final home game of the Premier League season, which will also be the last game at Anfield before the expansion of the Anfield Road Stand, which will add 7,000 seats to the stadium. The expansion will add 7,000 seats to the stadium.
To launch the shirt, Liverpool FC released a new promotional video featuring a magical photo booth as a backdrop, taking current players back to Liverpool in the 1970s and to that particular era.

Nike and Liverpool FC have unveiled the team’s new home shirt for the 2023-24 season, paying tribute to the club’s legendary Bill Shankly’s final season in charge of the ‘Reds’ five decades ago.
The iconic shirt has been re-imagined in a classic image of bright Liverpool red with a white collar and cuffs, inspired by the 1973-74 FA Cup-winning team under Shankly.
As is customary, the “97” flame logo on the back of the shirt below the collar commemorates the 97 fans who lost their lives in the Hillsborough tragedy.

The promo pays homage to the 1970s from both a set and stylistic perspective, with male and female players such as Jordan Henderson, Mohamed Salah, Missy Bo Kearns and Taylor Hinds appearing in the film.
The players were relaxed and playful to the heartfelt tune “Just Move”, a 1970s style track written by local Liverpool musician Pixey. The club’s record appearance holder, Callaghan, is also featured in the film, and it was the shirt he wore in the 1973-74 season that inspired the new season’s kit.

Men’s team captain Henderson said, “The new season’s home jersey is a classic. Considering the inspiration behind its design, it’s very iconic and a tribute to the history of this great club. We are looking forward to being the first to wear it at Anfield against Villa.”
Women’s vice-captain Heinz added: “We are always proud to wear the Liverpool shirt. It’s always exciting to see a new design and when it’s associated with the history of this club, it becomes even more special. We’re excited to wear it next season.”

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