Liverpool’s official phone case partner confirms Club’s new away kit

Liverpool’s official phone case partner confirms Club’s new away kit

Liverpool’s new Nike away kit for the 2022/23 season has yet to be revealed. But a well-known leak appears to have been confirmed by an unusual source. And it’s a thing of beauty!

Liverpool FC is always known for having beautiful kits. The Red color along with the Liverpool crest always makes the Kopites wear it with pride. Away jerseys are a different case, however, as the colors tend to change every season.

Liverpool will reveal their next away and third outfits over the next two months as is customary. They have already released their home kit for the upcoming season through the club’s official website.

But, as is usually customary, a number of leaks about the design of the new shirts have already surfaced, with one ASOS model accidentally revealing the third kit in a TikTok video.

Footy Headlines released leaked prototypes of the away shirt in March. The kit features an iridescent design on a white backdrop with black accents.

Although Liverpool would sign off with Nike months in advance, early models are always prone to change. So it was uncertain whether this would be the final design.

Liverpool’s new away kit

However, an update from the club’s official phone case partner appears to have confirmed that it will be the shirt for 2022/23.

Two example designs for a new range of phone cases, including one in accordance with the new home kit, were released on Twitter by @KB2X and later reported by Footy Headlines.

A white case with an iridescent pattern sits beside the red design. And it’s surprisingly similar to designs previously published, including one on an official Liverpool ball reported by Ofoball in March.

Of course, this isn’t a complete confirmation that this will be Jurgen Klopp’s team’s away kit next season.

However, it becomes increasingly likely that this will be the case, as these disclosures are more often than not true.

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