Tune in to LFC TV tonight and take a unique step back in time as Liverpool legend Elisha Scott is honoured with a special hour-long documentary.
100 years since the former Ireland international goalkeeper made his Reds debut, 'Lisha - The First King Of The Kop' looks back on his remarkable 22-year Anfield career.
Packed with anecdotes from those most qualified to talk about him, previously unseen photographs taken from his own personal scrapbooks and some very rare archive footage of the great man in action, it's a not-to-be-missed show for anyone with an interest in this club's illustrious history.
The documentary has been months in the making and features interviews that took place in both Liverpool, the city where Scott made his name, and Belfast, the city of his birth.
Among the many highlights of this revealing documentary, we learn how he was able to forge such a special relationship with the supporters on the Kop and hear about his famous rivalry with Everton goalscoring legend Dixie Dean.
We find out which Liverpool defender was often on the receiving end of his strong Ulster invective, discover how fan power put paid to a proposed transfer across Stanley Park and why grown men wept on the day Scott left Liverpool.
Regarded by many as arguably the greatest goalkeeper ever to guard the Anfield goal, his career is evaluated by both those who knew him best and those who have since studied him in great detail.
The show airs for the first time on LFC TV at 10pm this evening and will be repeated at 9pm on Saturday and 11pm on Sunday.