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Liverpool Name 22-Man Premier League Squad for 2023-24 Season

There are no surprises with only 16 non-homegrown players needing to be registered, one short of the maximum.

Liverpool Training Session Photo by John Powell/Liverpool FC via Getty Images

Following the announcement of Liverpool’s official UEFA Europa League squad on Tuesday, today the Reds have submitted their Premier League squad list for the first half of the 2023-24 season.

With squad rules a little simpler in domestic play—any player in their 21-year-old season or younger doesn’t need to be registered, compared to in Europe where young players need two years at the club in order not to be registered—there are no surprises here.

Domestially players like young winger Ben Doak, midfielder Harvey Elliott, and new signing Ryan Gravenberch don’t need space made for them amongst the 17 non-homegrown slots (with a team needing at least eight homegrown players to get to 25) and there is room for third-choice goalkeeper Adrian.

In fact, due to not having to register a number of younger players, Liverpool only named 16 non-homegrown players, one short of the maximum, while naming six homegrown players for a total of 22.

Liverpool’s 2023-24 Premier League Squad


1 Alisson Becker
13 Adrián San Miguel
56 Vitezslav Jaroš*
62 Caoimhin Kelleher*


2 Joe Gomez*
4 Virgil van Dijk
5 Ibrahima Konaté
21 Kostas Tsimikas
26 Andrew Robertson
32 Joël Matip
66 Trent Alexander-Arnold*


3 Wataru Endo
6 Thiago Alcántara
8 Dominik Szoboszlai
10 Alexis Mac Allister
17 Curtis Jones*


7 Luis Díaz
9 Darwin Núñez
11 Mohamed Salah
18 Cody Gakpo
20 Diogo Jota
48 Paul Glatzel*

* = homegrown

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