A professional 2-0 win at Salzburg on Tuesday night means Liverpool won Group E and will be seeded for the last-16 Champions League draw next week.
Jurgen Klopp‘s side won four, drew one and lost one in the group stages, progressing ahead of Napoli with 13 points to the Italians’ 12.
The Reds go into the knockout stages having never lost a two-leg European tie under Klopp’s management at Anfield.
Here’s all you need to know…
When’s the draw?
Next Monday (December 16) at 11am (GMT). Live on BT Sport (UK).
Who can Liverpool face?
Liverpool, having won their group, are seeded, so can face any of the sides who finished second – but not fellow Premier League sides Chelsea and Tottenham, or Napoli.
The potential opponents are:
Who else is in the draw?
The other seeded teams are Barcelona, Bayern Munich, Juventus, Man City, PSG, Valencia and RB Leipzig.
When’s the last-16 games?
The away leg will be first for Liverpool, on either 18, 19, 25 or 26 February.
The home leg will be on either 10, 11, 17 or 18 March.
That first leg arrives the week after Liverpool’s Premier League ‘winter break,’ while the home leg will either be before or after the Merseyside derby at Goodison Park.