Liverpool U19s kick off their UEFA Youth League campaign when they host Sevilla at Prenton Park on Wednesday afternoon.
It is the first time since 2014-15 that the young Reds have been involved in the competition, and they are eagerly looking forward to what will be an invaluable experience in their development.
Where is the game being played? The match is at Prenton Park, home of Tranmere Rovers FC, with kick-off set for 5pm BST.
If you want to attend the game, admission on the gate on the day is just £3 for adults and £1 for children and concessions. Members and season ticket holders can gain admission free of charge, simply by bringing their cards to the ground.
How can I watch the game? The match is being shown live on BT Sport. We will have extended highlights available on LFCTV GO.
Last time out in the UEFA Youth League: Liverpool reached the last 16 in 2014-15, losing 2-1 away to Benfica. The highlight was a 3-2 victory over Real Madrid in St Helens with Harry Wilson firing a last-gasp winner.
View from the manager, Steven Gerrard
"You play against different tactics, different formations – a different style, if you like. You play against a Spanish team that play technical football and try to play between the lines. You might meet a team like Maribor who might decide to play long, we don’t know. But we will have these kids prepared. We are Liverpool Football Club and these games are about us as well, but it does give the lads the chance to travel with the first team and see how they go about it and that brings a little bit of pressure as well, because all eyes will be on the Academy to deliver results, and we look forward to that pressure."