It's known worldwide as one of the most famous football terraces on the planet - and on Saturday, one of the club's greatest ever legends will sit on the Kop for the very first time and cheer on Liverpool against Arsenal.
Ray Clemence played 665 games for the club, many of them guarding the goal in front the Kop, and was our goalkeeper when Liverpool won the European Cup for the first time in 1977.
Now, he'll finally take up a position behind the sticks he defended for so many years and watch the Reds take on the Gunners from the iconic stand.
On his official Twitter page, Clemence wrote: "Having played in front of the Kop for so many years I'm now going to sit on it for the 1st time to watch @LFC v Arsenal on Saturday! Can't wait!"