The World Cup in Spain 1982 saw the largest contingent of Liverpool players take part in a World Cup to date, with no less than five members of Bob Paisley's squad travelling to the competition in Spain.
It was yet another memorable tournament, featuring a game many consider the best World Cup match of all time, one of the most iconic goal celebrations and the fastest goal in the competition's history.
Kenny Dalglish and Graeme Souness experienced their second consecutive finals with Scotland, together with Alan Hansen, but they were to be dealt a cruel blow in the group stage despite almost causing one of the shocks of the tournament against Brazil.
England, meanwhile, fared a little better with Phil Thompson and Phil Neal in their ranks. But it was a former Liverpool player who came so agonisingly close to helping their progression into the semi finals.
You can see how all five Liverpool players left their mark on a famous World Cup competition in today's episode of 'World Cup Reds', exclusively on LFCTV GO.