Liverpool supporters have produced some superb banners ahead of the Champions League final, showcasing their sense of humour.
The Reds’ fanbase is renowned for its creative banners, with the Kop full of them on memorable European nights.
Some have a comedic edge to them, others show their love for players and managers of both the present and the past, and some carry a more serious edge.
As supporters prepare to head to Kiev in their thousands this week they have been creating some brilliant new banners.
Here’s a look at some of the best (Note: App users, Tweets will not load the images, click here to view).
James Milner‘s love of Ribena is referenced in an adaptation of the famous ‘Wine for My Men We Ride at Dawn’ banner:
— Graham Cantillon (@GrahamCantillon) May 21, 2018
Mo Salah, Liverpool’s ‘Egyptian King’, got the royal treatment:
— Craig Dunn (@Skiplfc) May 11, 2018
It wouldn’t be right if there wasn’t an “Allez, Allez, Allez” banner doing the rounds (expect there to be a lot more than one at the Olympic Stadium…)
— Gary Chapple (@chappo3107) May 11, 2018
Solid use of the word ‘bling’ here:
“To our Everton friends back home at school, blame your dad for being a fool. While we’re in Ukraine living the dream, you’re sat there thinking how crap is my team”.
Can the Reds make it six European Cups on Saturday night?
John Lennon’s legendary song ‘Imagine’ gets a nice reference with this one, all the way from Bahrain:
— Jacob #LFC (@ynalhamer) May 10, 2018
How about this 9ft x 5ft beast!
— Banners And Flags (@bannersflags22) May 11, 2018
A Bill Shankly-inspired banner never gets old:
— Adam (@yergoldengoal) May 21, 2018
‘Virgil van Dijk‘ and ‘colossus’ certainly go hand in hand:
Is this the year Liverpool became a European giant again?
Dua Lipa is performing at the final, and there’s a brilliant banner referencing her latest hit:
— Stephen Muzza Murray (@muzza_1991) May 20, 2018
There’s finally a brilliant banner for Bobby:
And there’s one for Andy Robertson too – very clever:
There’s also banners referencing the extortionate ticket prices and logistical issues facing fans:
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