Liverpool announce £300m kit deal with New Balance - the biggest in their history
Liverpool have announced the biggest kit supplier deal in their history, having signed a multi-year partnership with New Balance.
The club will switch to current brand Warrior's parent company from next season.
Liverpool signed a six-year deal with Warrior in 2012 which was worth £25million a season, with the club estimating they could make as much again in additional merchandising - making the whole package worth a potential £300million.
"We are thrilled to announce this partnership with one of the world's leading sportswear brands, which is a record-breaking deal for the club", Liverpool's chief commercial officer Billy Hogan said.
"Like Liverpool FC, New Balance has over 100 years of heritage and a global footprint and they have a presence in many countries across the world, which will all feature LFC kit."
Liverpool's fellow Barclays Premier League side Stoke will also be switching to New Balance from the parent Warrior brand next season.
Potters chief executive Tony Scholes said on stokecityfc.com: "Working with a brand with the global appeal of New Balance offers the club a chance to widen our fan base internationally, which is a very exciting prospect for us.
"New Balance is a family run business and that personal touch will be something that will resonate heavily with Stoke City fans.
"We are delighted to be a part of New Balance's journey into football and playing our part in contributing to its success."
In December, the New Balance Liverpool home 'kit' for next season was leaked.