Following on from the success of last year's activities, Liverpool are giving fans the opportunity to go behind the scenes once again at the club's first-team training ground, Melwood.
The West Derby complex has been Liverpool's home for more than 70 years - a hive of activity which has helped mould some of the greatest teams in footballing history.
And now, Kopites can live the dream and get to know the inner workings of the place where Steven Gerrard, Luis Suarez and co hone their skills to perform at the highest level.
The two-hour tour gives fans the opportunity to see where the Reds train and work-out as they are put through their paces by Brendan Rodgers and his coaching staff. The tour will also take in the kit room and the club's state-of-the-art gymnasium.
From there, supporters will follow the route of the manager as they head through to the press room, where Rodgers addresses the world's media on a weekly basis.
But it all begins in style at Anfield, where an executive bus will transfer supporters across the city to Melwood. After the tour, a return trip to the club's stadium allows guests the chance to enjoy a mini-tour of the ground, by either visiting an executive box or taking the opportunity to sit on the world-famous Kop, before touring the club's museum.
Tours run daily from May 24 until June 22 - and cost £30 for adults. Under 16s, seniors and students pay £15. For further information, click here.