Liverpool have unveiled a grey third kit for the upcoming 2018-2019 season.
The Reds have gone for a grey strip that is similar to the colors worn by the team during the last season where they won the English First Division - 1989-1990.
The throwback kit is a nice gesture towards fans who were huge fans of that shirt.
It is also a good omen for the club, ahead of a season where they believe Jurgen Klopp's men are finally ready to win the Premier League.
A statement released by the Anfield club read: "The 2018-19 third kit pays homage to fan favourite kits from between '87-'91, particularly the Reds' strip from the historic 1989/90 season, where Kenny Dalglish's team went on to become League Division One winning champions for the 18th time.
"The jersey also features Racing Red detail on the shoulder panels, and red crest and NB logo, as well as featuring a crew neck collar with insert.
"To commemorate the tragic events of Hillsborough, the 96 emblem, encased by the eternal flames sits at the nape of the neck."