Liverpool Away Kit for 22/23 Season Available in Cambodia, But There’s a Catch

After the disappointing end to a thrilling season, Liverpool looks to go again in the upcoming 2022/23 season. Jurgen Klopp’s side will now look to win the Premier League and Champions League titles in the upcoming campaign after barely missing out last time around.

Knowing how strong their team already is, the Reds are automatically among the favourites for both competitions. They’re expected to be involved in the transfer market in making some key signings to bolster their squad for next season.

But Liverpool doesn’t only have to play attractive football on the pitch, they also need to look good while doing so. The Reds have already unveiled their home kit for the upcoming campaign, which will be their trademark red kit with a relatively simple design.

They are yet to unveil their away kit and the third kit for the upcoming campaign. But, certain leaked pictures on social media have given a basic example of how those kits will be. The third kit, in particular, has been leaked with an updated look recently.

One Liverpool fan has even flaunted about owning the third kit even before its official release. The third kit is basically a white t-shirt with an interesting marbled print.

It almost feels like a painter has dashed some colours onto a white tee to make the third kit. Of course, the Liverpool supporter’s shirt isn’t fully updated or original as it was based on an old Nike template from last season.

The fan explained that he got the kit from a factory in Cambodia, which possibly makes them before they are officially rolled out by Nike. 

This rumoured third kit is quite different from the ones worn by the Liverpool players last season. The away kit from the previous campaign was more simplistic in nature, just being an off-white layout with green colours and side patterns.

It looks like their shirt sponsors Nike have experimented with their style a bit more this time around. The white kit with the splashed design almost has a more ‘street’ vibe to it, almost looking like graffiti of sorts.

Liverpool has not yet revealed an official date when the away kit and the third kit for next season will be unveiled. But with the Reds set to start their pre-season campaign in July, it’s likely that the kits will be revealed before that.