The Liverpool away shirt 2014 2015 is a bright yellow color with red trim. The shirt was designed and manufactured by Warrior, the company that also handled uniforms for the 2013 2014 season. While Liverpool's home jersey has remained more or less the same, the away kit brings some new life to the team, which may or may not be a response to Liverpool's near miss in the Premier League last year.

Indeed, Liverpool very nearly won the top division of English football for the first time since the founding of the Premier League in the early 1990s. Ultimately, Liverpool was edged out for the title by Manchester City, and since most of the team's losses came during away games, officials and kit designers apparently decided it was time for a new away uniform. Hence the radical color shift evident on the Liverpool away kit 2014.

Liverpool Away Kit


Liverpool Players at the World Cup

The disappointment of the 2013 2014 Premier League season has continued into the 2014 World Cup campaign for numerous Liverpool players, particularly those who play for the England national team. With six players representing England Steven Gerrard, Jordan Henderson, Glen Johnson, Rickie Lambert, Raheem Sterling, and Daniel Sturridge Liverpool has a substantial contingent with the English World Cup team.

Unfortunately for fans of Liverpool, England has put on a largely mediocre performance at this year's World Cup, losing its first two matches against Italy and Uruguay, and falling so far in Group D that they no longer have a chance of advancing to the knockout stage. Despite the fact that Daniel Sturridge scored one of the two goals England netted in the first two games the other was landed by Manchester United's Wayne Rooney many are wondering if Liverpool's players are the reason for England's downfall, simply because England's disappointing performance at the finals has somewhat mirrored Liverpool's downfall toward the end of last season's Premier League.

Liverpool's English players aren't the only ones having difficulties at this year's World Cup. On the contrary, Spanish goalkeeper and Liverpool loaner Pepe Reina saw his team go down in flames even faster than England did. Reina kept his dignity, only going into the goal for Spain's third match of the tournament (against Australia, a match that also proved to be Spain's only win and only clean sheet of the tournament), but he is undoubtedly disheartened to leave Brazil so early. At very least, Reina is expected to be back at Anfield this coming season instead of at Napoli, where he was last year so he will join Sturridge and Gerrard in getting over the World Cup while wearing the .Liverpool away shirt 2014

A Blessing in Disguise

Numerous publications have declared England's early loss as a potential blessing in disguise for Liverpool. Since the national team has such a large contingent of Liverpool players on its squad, those players will soon be back home, resting, practicing, and focusing on the forthcoming Premier League season.

It is fully possible that the extra time will allow players like Gerrard and Sturridge to take some much needed and much deserved time off. If the disappointing conclusion to Liverpool's Premier League season did indeed affect the team's players and their mental approach to the World Cup, then they will certainly need some time to get over the even more disappointing World Cup performance.

Ultimately, England's loss could even prove to be blessing in disguise for Liverpool. Now that so many of the team's stars will be back in England and getting time to rest and relax, there is a good chance that they will be in perfect shape and even stronger headspace when the time comes to don the Liverpool away shirt 2014 2015 next season.

If you still believe in Liverpool's squad, or if you just like the radical new design of the away shirts, stop by Soccer Box today to pick up a Liverpool away kit