Liverpool to unveil new kit this Friday

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The unveiling of new kits for the following season is a sure sign that a campaign is coming to a close and we are now reaching that stage, as Liverpool are about to demonstrate.

As reported by The Mirror, Liverpool are set to launch their 2015/16 edition – sponsored by sports clothing brand New Balance – and fans will be waiting intriguingly to find out how the latest model will compare.

The general consensus, so far at least, is that the new kit will be a subtle change in appearance with the notable change being that the strip will no longer be manufactured by Warrior Sports.

The new sponsorship agreement with New Balance is worth a reported £300 million and for some months there have been 'leaked' images purporting just what these latest Liverpool shirts will look like.

Main sponsor Standard Chartered will continue their agreement with Liverpool - which stretches back until the start of the 2010-11 campaign.

New Balance are offering 10 fans the chance to see next season’s shirt modelled by first team players this Friday.

One thousand ticket holders will be at the event, hosted in the Centenary Stand, with the unveiling kicking off at 1.30pm.

Last year’s event was a huge hit with supporters, who turned out in their numbers to catch a glimpse of the new Liverpool strip modelled by Simon Mignolet, Jordan Henderson, Philippe Coutinho and Kolo Toure.

Liverpool fans: which of these mock-up kits do you prefer? Let us know below!

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