Nike were initially expected to take over from New Balance back in June but the delay to the season allowed the reds to add the Premier League title, to the European Cup, European Super Cup and Club World Cup all won in the last 14 months with New Balance.
After ending their 30-year wait for a league title in style, Liverpool are hoping to usher in a fearless new era of dominance with a suitably smart kit to match.
The first offering of their new long-term partnership with Nike, the Reds' 2020-21 strip is fresh and modern while drawing heavily from their past, specifically the mid-1990s.
For the brand new LFC home kit, the sportswear giant have gone with a teal and white accent alongside the traditional red colour.
"Red, white and teal has been a traditional colourway used throughout the club's history, relating to the traditional crest, while also appearing as a prominent feature on the iconic LFC jersey since the club was founded in 1892".
Liverpool's launch of their new sports association with Nike has begun from today.
Teal also represents the city of Liverpool and is reminiscent of the shade of the Liver Bird that sits at the top of its famous Liver Building.
"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".
Reds defender Virgil van Dijk is delighted the club will stepping out in this kit for next season.
"I've been part of the Nike family for a while now and have an incredible relationship with them", said Virgil van Dijk told the club's official website.