With over two months having passed since then, the Euros, Copa America and the start of pre-season have all been and gone, with Liverpool well into their preparations for the new campaign.
So what is to come over the next month both on and off the pitch?
Here are Liverpool‘s key dates for the diary in August, including fixtures for the under-23s, under-18s and women’s sides.
August 5 – Bologna friendlies
Klopp and his squad are in France for the second stop in their pre-season tour, with a short training camp in Evian taking in two 60-minute friendlies against Bologna.
The Serie A side will come up against two different Liverpool XIs, giving the Reds an opportunity to build up their fitness and sharpness ahead of a return to Merseyside.
August 8 – Athletic Club and 40,000 at Anfield
The last weekend before the start of the Premier League season brings the biggest crowd Anfield has seen since March 2020, with a 75 percent capacity permitted for the meeting with Athletic Club.
It will be a significant occasion for Liverpool, and hopefully there will be a performance to match with less than a week to go until the campaign kicks off.
August 9 – Osasuna, a tribute to Michael Robinson
A day after the visit of Athletic, Liverpool host Osasuna in their final pre-season friendly of the summer, with the game a tribute to the late Michael Robinson.
Just over 40,000 fans will be in attendance again, as the Reds fine-tune their plans for the trip to Carrow Road five days later.
August 14 – Norwich (A)
August 21 – Burnley (H)
It will have been almost a year-and-a-half since 53,862 supporters were able to watch the Reds in action, and it will be a big moment for the club.
Either way, it will be a rare occasion where an early kick-off against Burnley will have an incredible Anfield atmosphere!
August 26 – Champions League group stage draw
The Reds will be seeded in pot two, meaning they will face one of either Bayern Munich, Inter Milan, Sporting, Lille, Villareal or Atletico Madrid in their group.
Other potential opponents include Ajax, Porto, Leipzig, Besiktas, Brugge and AC Milan.
August 28 – Chelsea (H)
Thomas Tuchel oversaw a major improvement with the Blues in the second half of last season, and the European champions have to be considered among the favourites for the title.
August 31 – Transfer window closes
The deadline for clubs in the Premier League is 11pm on August 31, by which point the Reds could have brought in a new midfielder and forward, along with a host of players departing.
Liverpool Academy and Women’s Fixtures
Stoke (H) – U18
Man United (A) – U18
Derby (H) – U18
London City Lionesses (H) – Championship – TBC