Liverpool Football Club and award-winning airline Garuda Indonesia today revealed the Reds' training range for next season during an event in the heart of Jakarta, Indonesia.
LFC legends Didi Hamann, Phil Thompson and Luis Garcia took the club's Champions League trophy to Central Park mall to celebrate the team's return to the competition, as well as the launch of Garuda Indonesia's very-first direct flight into Europe.
The three European Cup-winning players then unveiled the 2014-15 training kit, which will be worn by manager Brendan Rodgers and his squad, including Steven Gerrard, Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge.
Hamann said: "Liverpool have been without Champions League football for five seasons until now. This is a very special moment for the club and fans.
"What makes today extra special is that Garuda are launching their first direct flight to Europe so myself and the other former players will be taking the European Cup on that special flight."
The national airline of Indonesia became the club's Official Airline Partner in 2012.
Following the success of Liverpool's 2013 pre-season tour to Asia and Australia, Garuda Indonesia decided to take their partnership with the Reds to the next level by becoming their training kit partner.
Emirsyah Satar, president and CEO of Garuda Indonesia, said: "We are proud Garuda Indonesia and Liverpool FC have been able to increase the cooperation that previously has been running for two years, becoming the 'official Performance Partner of Liverpool FC', which will begin on June 1, 2014.
"With this partnership with Liverpool FC, we are confident Garuda Indonesia will be increasingly recognised by Liverpool fans worldwide."
The Reds enjoy a massive fan base in Asia, and especially in Indonesia where the club has the biggest following of any local-language LFC Twitter account with more than 100,000 followers, along with the second biggest following on the club's Facebook page (two million).
The official Indonesian local-language website also helps to bring the club closer to fans no matter how far away from Anfield they live.