Updated: Liverpool FC Kits 2020/21 - DLS21 Kits
Liverpool FC Kits 2020/21 - DLS21 KitsLiverpool 2020-2021 kits for Dream League Soccer 2021 (DLS21), and the package includes complete with home kits, away and third. All Goalkeeper kits are also included. I hope you will enjoy play the game with kits from kuchalana.com.
UPDATE : 2019-20 Premier League champions Liverpool FC have new sleeve sponsor since this month - they already signed a deal with travel platform Expedia in mid-October 2020. Liverpool's sleeve deal is assumed to be worth up to UK£10 million.
Liverpool 2020/21 Home KitsLiverpool's home kit with Nike is quite simple at first glance, but it is played with touches of turquoise green on the neck and sleeves, accompanying the most common white in these areas in reference to the 93/94 shirt.
The shield is still the Liverbird (driven by the club and not a whim of the brand of the day, as many think), accompanied by the Nike and Standard Chartered logos applied in white. The Hillsborough Victims Tribute makes its customary appearance high on the back.
The strips on the sides are painted in white, in a straight version. Red shorts and socks in tune with the shirt complete the uniform.
Liverpool 2020/21 Away Kits
This away shirt takes a turquoise green as the main color in a risky design that contrasts with the home kit (which also has turquoise as a secondary color), which consists of a graphic across of all the kit that combines several tones and is inspired by both the Shankly Gates of Anfield and the music originating from the city of Liverpool.
The black color, for its part, is present on the collar, cuffs and in the logos of the jersey, which also include the club's crest. Matching shorts and socks complete the uniform.
Liverpool 2020/21 Third Kits
Moving a bit away from direct inspirations on Air Max models , the club has reported that the checkered pattern is based on flags that are often flown at The Kop , Anfield's famous grandstand . Black and gray come out of "European nights", while red retains the main color with which the English club is identified.
To present the shirt, the team contacted representatives of the Spion Kop 1906 bar and Nadia Atique, a fashion designer and avid Liverpool fan.