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Liverpool Fans Outraged Over 'Cheap-Looking' New 2020/21 Kit

Liverpool Fans Outraged Over 'Cheap-Looking' New 2020/21 Kit

Liverpool's first Nike kit has been released and many fans are upset over the new look.



By Mike Parrott

Liverpool fans seem to be outraged by their new home kit ready for the 2020/21 season. Nike's first kit for Liverpool is on sale for £70 with the 'Vapor' edition being available for just under £100.

Liverpool's first highly-anticipated kit since Nike struck a deal with Liverpool has finally been released.

The home kit features a white and teal collar and sleeve cuff, which, along with the red, are the three colours used throughout Liverpool's history. Teal is also reminiscent of the shade of the Liver Bird that stands atop the Liver Building.

However, the new home kit for the 2020/21 Premier League season hasn't been universally loved by neutral and Liverpool fans alike, brandishing the shirt bland and 'cheap-looking'.

There are two versions available to purchase, the match day 'Vapor' shirt and the 'Stadium' shirt.

The 'Stadium' shirt is the cheaper of the two, coming in at £69.95, while the 'Vapor' shirt will set fans back £99.95.

The details included in the 'Vapor' shirt are absent from the 'Stadium' edition, which some fans believe looks cheap and poorly made.

The fans don't seem to be happy with the new kit, with many fans on Twitter voicing their frustrations.

Scott Munson, Nike's Vice President of Global Football Apparel, said, per Liverpool's website:

"At the start of any new partnership it is important to show maximum respect and we have done that by concentrating on the club's core identity. What you have is a clean, strong design, which any fan would immediately know belongs to Liverpool."

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Topics: Liverpool, Football, Premier League