It was a season enshrined in history, one which made dreams come true as title No. 19 was secured, and, here, we look at the numbers behind Liverpool’s stunning season.
The 2019/20 season was nothing but spellbinding as the Reds backed up their Champions League-winning campaign by adding a further three pieces of silverware to the cabinet.
The elusive league title was clinched in emphatic fashion, albeit delayed by unprecedented circumstances, as Jurgen Klopp‘s men turned dreams into reality in another record-breaking season.
It is a campaign which will forever be etched into the club’s folklore and here are some of the numbers which defined the staggering season which was 2019/20.
The Reds played 57 games across all competitions in 2019/20, four more than last season: 43 were won, five drawn and nine lost.
A total of six countries played host for Liverpool in competitive fixtures this season: Spain, Austria, Italy, Belgium, Qatar and Turkey.
The points we finished the title-winning season with, a club record having surpassed the 2018/19 total of 97.
The number of players Klopp used throughout the season in all competitions – a staggering 19 more than last season, in part thanks to the League Cup.
The pieces of silverware won this season: Premier League, Club World Cup and Super Cup.
The number of days the Reds went without playing football after the pandemic forced a lockdown, Atletico Madrid on March 11 was the last before meeting Everton on June 21.
The players who made their Liverpool debuts this season.
The games left in the season when the league title was secured, an all-time record in the English top flight which did stand at five.
The current unbeaten streak at Anfield which now stretches three seasons, a new club record, following 47 wins and just 10 draws.
The total number of goals Liverpool notched across all seven competitions. Eight-five hit the net in the Premier League, 15 in the Champions League, three in the Club World Cup, two in Super Cup, four in FA Cup and seven in the League Cup and one in the Community Shield.
The taste of defeat came on just nine occasions across 57 games.
19 years and 102 days
The average age of Liverpool’s youngest-ever assembled side, one which overcame Shrewsbury Town in their FA Cup replay on a memorable night at Anfield.
The minutes on the clock in what was Liverpool’s fastest goal of the season, against Sheffield United in the 2-0 win in January, with Salah the goalscorer.
Number of goals scored in the last 15 minutes of games across all competitions.
The number of times Liverpool came from behind to win in their 57 games.
Reds to have played every minute of the league campaign, with the player being Virgil van Dijk.
The biggest points advantage the Reds held throughout the season over second-place, the biggest in English top-flight history.
19 years and 5 days
Critics defied by Liverpool’s individual players, manager and as a group.
League titles now under Liverpool’s name.