Recently, the Liverpool football club unveiled the jerseys that its players will be wearing on the football pitch during next season's Premier League matches. The Liverpool away shirt 2014 2015 is a particularly bold new direction for the club, a Liverpool Away Shirt 2014 - 2015bright yellow kit that is distinctly "louder" than the traditional white and black jerseys Liverpool wore at away matches last year.

However, now that Liverpool has gone ahead and made next season's jerseys available for public purchase (you can find 2014 2015 home and away kits on the Soccer Box online store!), the big question becomes this: who will be wearing the Liverpool soccer jersey next season?

Of course, numerous longtime Liverpool veterans will be back in August to done the Liverpool away shirt 2014 2015. Captain and midfielder, Steven Gerrard, will of course be back at Anfield this fall to begin his 17th season with Liverpool. And vice-captain and center back, Daniel Agger, is expected to return for the upcoming season as well.

New Players

Still, while every football team relies, to a certain extent, on its returning players, Liverpool will also have a few new faces in 2014 2015 to help the team fight toward the Premier League title that it just missed last spring. Indeed, this summer, Liverpool officials have been signing a few new players who will be arriving at Anfield and putting on the Liverpool soccer jersey shortly.

So far, Liverpool has made several notable signings this summer. One of those is Adam Lallana, an attacking midfielder from Southampton who caught eyes last season with 42 appearances and 10 goals. In his time at Southampton (he's been there since 2006), Lallana has amassed 265 apps and 60 goals. It's an impressive record for an attacking midfielder, and one that should make Lallana a welcome addition to the Liverpool football squad.

Another new addition to the Liverpool team is veteran English striker Ricke Lambert, who is also making the transfer from Southampton. At Southampton, where he's played since 2009, Lambert has made 235 total appearances and scored 117 total goals. Add tenures with Blackpool, Macclesfield Town, Stockport County, Rochdale, and the Bristol Rovers, and Lambert has amassed a total of 619 apps and 233 goals in his professional league career. Undoubtedly, Lambert's level of experience will make him a valuable wearer of the Liverpool soccer jersey.

Just this week it was also confirmed that Lazar Markovic will be joining the team roster. Markovic is a 20-year-old player from Portuguese club, Benfica. Markovic has generated a good deal of buzz in recent years, thanks to his speed and his ability to play as both a winger and a striker. It is certain that Markovic will be a strong youthful investment for the team one that Liverpool managers will want to groom into a star player within a few years.

Stadium Renovation

While fans are speculating about who will be wearing the Liverpool away shirt 2014 2015 next season, another question is about what will happen to Liverpool's home venue. The legendary Anfield stadium has been Liverpool's home base since 1884. It's a beloved stadium for fans and players alike. Unfortunately, the capacity of 45,000+ is not sufficient for Liverpool's growing fan base, a fact that has led the club to consider bid packages for a renovation.

Recent news indicates that Liverpool has accepted a bid from Carillion, a British facilities construction services company, for the renovation of Anfield. The renovations will supposedly begin sometime this year, and will expand the capacity of the stadium to 59,000, will take 20 months, and will cost £75m. It's a daunting project, and how it will impact current fans and season ticket holders has not yet been revealed. However, at very least, fans will be happy to have a larger and more refined stadium at the end of the renovation timeline.

What are you more excited about: the Anfield renovations or Liverpool's new players for next season? Either way, stop by Soccer Box today to grab a Liverpool away shirt and support this wonderful football club.