Liverpool supporters have an opportunity to see the European Cup in person next week, after it returned home following Saturday’s Champions League final.
That victory in Madrid saw Liverpool move ahead of Bayern Munich and Barcelona into third in the all-time rankings for European Cup wins (six), behind only AC Milan (seven) and Real Madrid (13).
And almost a decade-and-a-half on from Istanbul, Jurgen Klopp and his players were able to parade their silverware across Merseyside on Sunday.
Incredibly, 750,000 people lined the streets of Liverpool to welcome back their side and get a glimpse of the trophy and the players who earned it.
But next week provides supporters with a chance to witness it up close, as the European Cup will be on display at Anfield from Monday, June 10 to Sunday, June 16.
Old ‘Big Ears’ will be on display in the Kop Bar at the stadium from 10am to 8pm every day.
“Supporters can come along, with no booking necessary, and have their photograph taken with Liverpool’s newest piece of silverware,” a statement reads.
“Personal cameras are permitted but fans are reminded that all bags will be searched on entry.
“Large bags and luggage cannot be brought into the Kop Bar and there are no storage facilities available at the stadium.”
This European Cup is clearly symbolic of the progress made under Klopp since his arrival in 2015, and hopefully this won’t be the only year it’s back at Anfield.