LFCTV GO's brand new feature, World Cup Reds, kicks off today looking back at Liverpool's representatives and their impact at previous World Cup competitions.

Our 12-part series will run throughout this summer's tournament, reliving the memorable moments that took place on the world's biggest stage, and how LFC played its part in the greatest show on Earth.

The series begins in 1950 and the last time the tournament was held in Brazil. The Reds' very first World Cup player, Laurie Hughes, travelled to South America with Walter Winterbottom's Three Lions squad, and not only made history for his club but achieved a unique national record too.

England's stay was short-lived, but did include a famous World Cup defeat played out in the same venue Roy Hodgson's side will face Costa Rica this time around, while the eventual the final is one the hosts have never been able to forget.

Find out more by watching the very first in a brand new feature for free exclusively on LFCTV GO.

Watch the video here »