The likes of Mohamed Salah, Darwin Nunez and Harvey Elliott were amongst the Reds stars modelling their new ‘spark and poison’ away number ahead of the new season.
The shirt is a modern twist on Liverpool’s shirt from the 1995-96 season, with a green and white quarter pattern and a black collar and cuff.
From the retro design, kit manufacturers Nike have updated next season’s strip wioth a digital effect treatment layering tonal greens – green spark, poison green and pine green.
The kit is completed with black shorts and white socks with a black and green trim.
Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson was also seen modelling his new home shirt for the 2023-24 season, which features an eye-catching black and dark grey design with green detail on the crest and sponsor. It is paired with matching shorts, black socks with grey cuff and green logos.
On the reverse, all kits include the 97-emblem with eternal flames at the nape of the neck in memory of those killed in the Hillsborough disaster.
Back in the 95-96 campaign, Ian Rush was Reds captain and a young Robbie Fowler went down as their top scorer.
And Fowler joined the likes of Cody Gakpo and Luis Diaz in posing in the modern design as part of Liverpool’s kit release on Friday.
‘I have fond memories of the 95/96 season; because of the iconic white and green away strip and for scoring my most goals in one season,’ Fowler said.
‘I’m a huge fan of the new fresh take on the white and green away kit.’
Manager Jurgen Klopp could also be seen showing off Liverpool’s new away tracksuit top for the new season, which continues the green-and-white theme.
All kits are available to pre-order today on Liverpool’s online store and the LFC Store App from launch day on July 7.
Liverpool’s men’s team will debut the white and green strip against Leicester on July 30 during their pre-season tour of Singapore. The women’s team will also debut it during their pre-season matches in late August.