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Liverpool 2022/23 squad: Confirmed shirt numbers

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Liverpool lineup will be different when the 2022/23 season begins, which necessitates a change in squad numbers.


Liverpool 2022/23 squad: Confirmed shirt numbers

Because of some unexpected turmoil, the Liverpool lineup will be different when the 2022/23 season begins, which necessitates a change in squad numbers.

Despite the club’s best attempts, Sadio Mane, a vital element of Liverpool’s lethal attack, has signed for Bayern Munich, freeing up the number ten shirt.

Takumi Minamino, who had been a bit-part player at Anfield for two and a half years, has also been sold, while cult favourite Divock Origi has gone as a free agent at the end of his contract.

Liverpool, on the other hand, has continued to invest in the future.

They moved quickly to recruit sought Benfica frontman Darwin Nunez, while Fulham youngster Fabio Carvalho has also joined.

Full-back, 18 years old Calvin Ramsay, also from Aberdeen, has joined the team.

Another significant piece of business has been guaranteeing star Mohamed Salah’s long-term future at Anfield, with the Egyptian signing a new contract.

Here are Liverpool’s current squad numbers for the 2022/23 season…

Liverpool squad numbers 2022/23

Shirt numbers subject to change during pre-season

– Alisson Becker (GK)

– Fabinho

4 – Virgil van Dijk

5 – Ibrahima Konate

6 – Thiago Alcantara

7 – James Milner

8 – Naby Keita

– Roberto Firmino

11 – Mohamed Salah

12 – Joe Gomez

13 – Adrian (GK)

14 – Jordan Henderson

15 – Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain

17 – Curtis Jones

19 – Harvey Elliott

20 – Diogo Jota

21 – Kostas Tsimikas

22 – Calvin Ramsay

23 – Luis Diaz

24 – Ben Davies

26 – Andy Robertson

27 – Darwin Nunez

28 – Fabio Carvalho

32 – Joel Matip

46 – Rhys Williams

47 – Nat Phillips

49 – Kaide Gordon

52 – Isaac Mabaya

54 – Liam Hughes (GK)

62 – Caoimhin Kelleher (GK)

63 – Owen Beck

66 – Trent Alexander-Arnold

76 – Neco Williams

77 – James Norris

78 – Jarell Quansah

80 – Tyler Morton

82 – Max Woltman

86 – Harvey Blair

94 – Melkamu Frauendorf

95 – Harvey Davies (GK)

Liverpool squad numbers available to new signings

New signees Nunez, Carvalho, and Ramsay have won the 27, 28, and 22 positions, respectively.

Although there are other others available, the most likely paths that a new first-team signing could take are…

  • 2
  • 10
  • 16
  • 18
  • 25
  • 29
  • 30
  • 31
  • 33

What numbers can Premier League players wear?

Premier League players can wear any number between one and 99 as long as it is unique within their squad, though history dictates that first-teamers normally wear one to approximately 30 – with a few exceptions.

Former Manchester City player Manu Garcia and Liverpool’s own Neco Williams hold the record for the highest shirt number in Premier League history, both wearing number 76.

Goalkeepers will typically be numbered one and thirteen, again following tradition.

Premier League players are not permitted to wear the number zero, which is understandable given the absurdity of the situation.

Can Premier League players change squad numbers?

Premier League players can change their squad number only during pre-season or if they are transferred or loaned to another club during the January transfer window.

Each year, clubs must submit their confirmed squad list, including shirt numbers, by a specific time, and numbers cannot be changed after that. The deadline in 2021 was September 1.


Liverpool 2022/23 squad: Confirmed shirt numbers


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