After a complex process, Liverpool were finally able to sign a multi-year kit deal with Nike earlier this month, which will begin on June 1 2020.

New Balance, who are Liverpool’s current kit suppliers for this season, took the club to court over a renewal clause in their contract late last year.

New Balance were looking to stay on as the kit supplier for the club, as they had been quite successful in producing Liverpool’s kits in the past. The most notable kit being the 2017-18 home kit.

However, Liverpool were looking to sign a five-year deal with Nike, which meant the club had to leave New Balance behind. Liverpool won the dispute, which meant the club were free to sign with Nike earlier this month.

Since then, a number of concept kits have been developed by some talented people. Two more (away and third concept kits) have been posted online, and they don’t disappoint.

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The above kits look terrific. Yellow and white Liverpool kits have always worked well in the past, which means it is hardly a surprise these two look so good.

It will be interesting to see what Nike do with the kits they develop for next season, but hopefully they look as good as the above.

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