Liverpool will take to the field next season in a new home kit which will mark the 125 year anniversary of the club.
The jersey will be made by American sports manufacturers New Balance and will feature a classic white V-neck look.
Images have now emerged online which show captain Jordan Henderson modelling the new kit which you can see below.
The design of the kit will differ significantly from previous images (below) that suggested the anniversary kit would feature a special commemorative crest that took the shape of a Coat of arms.
However, the crest it still set to change and take on the traditional badge of the club.
The new proposed Liverpool 17-18 Anniversary kit could be class! pic.twitter.com/L7SuttlqHs— Jake Parrish (@TheMongrelStag) 4 April 2017
The Merseyside club was formed 125 years ago on Wednesday, 15 March 1892, but birthday celebrations will not be held until later this year.
Liverpool's current kit features a simple Liverbird design rather than the official crest. The Reds previously redesigned their crest in 1992 - to include the Shankly Gates, with two eternal flames later added - t o mark their last milestone anniversary of a century.