Liverpool's new away jersey appears to be a tribute to a 90s classic 5 years ago

Liverpool's new away jersey appears to be a tribute to a 90s classic

This jersey will look familiar to Liverpool fans of a certain age.

Liverpool launched their new home kit earlier this week, and will confirm the details of their away strip in either May or June.

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However, Footy Headlines have got their hands on some concept images of the away jersey, and it looks to be a tribute to their green and white kit from the mid-1990s.

Liverpool wore the green and white kit in the 1996 FA Cup final, when they lost 1-0 to Manchester United.

The match is also remembered for Liverpool's infamous white Armani suits, the sight of which reportedly convinced Alex Ferguson that his side would win.

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The jersey for next season looks like a fitting tribute to the retro jersey, just don't expect Jurgen Klopp's side to wear white suits if they reach a final next season.