On the 19th anniversary since the 'last stand' of the Kop, the final game at which supporters packed into a standing terrace at Anfield, we've picked out some iconic images from that day.
Named after a battle during the Boer War in South Africa, and witness to some of the finest nights the club has ever experienced, thousands of supporters stood on the stand every other week for close to a century.
The Kop became famous around the world, a spiritual landmark which captured the essence of Liverpool Football Club and capable of acting as the 12th man required to topple Europe's best.
But the disaster at Hillsborough in 1989 and the subsequent Taylor report declared the end of standing terraces in England, and the Kop as we knew it said goodbye on April 30, 1994.
Norwich were the visitors that day and cruelly inflicted a 1-0 defeat on the Reds. But the result mattered little - the fans had gladly taken the opportunity to say farewell and a new, safer era was underway.