We look back to the night of 19th March 2002, when Gerard Houllier returned from life threatening heart surgery to lead Liverpool to a Champions League victory over AS Roma. A deafening roar from the Kop signalled Houllier was back.
Tottenham paraded Argentina World Cup heroes Ricky Villa and Ossie Ardiles plus a young Glenn Hoddle but Liverpool set about showing them a thing or two about the art of football as Paisley's men won 7-0.
Twelve months after being crowned kings of Europe for the first time Liverpool retained the European Cup after a 1-0 win over FC Bruges at Wembley in 1978. The goal was a touch of class from Kenny Dalglish.
Left back Alan Kennedy becomes a hero as his goal wins the 1981 European Cup Final for Liverpool, beating Real Madrid 1-0 in Paris and Scousers left declaring their love for a new Kop hero nicknamed Barney Rubble.
Enjoy highlights of Liverpool's amazing 4-3 win over Newcastle United in April 1996. The sight of Reds legend Kevin Keegan slumped on the bench in disbelief after Stan Collymore's sensational finish is one no-one will forget.
John Barnes was one of the best players to don the red shirt of Liverpool and it was a shrewd piece of business by Kenny Dalglish who signed him from Watford in 1987. The England winger went on to delight the Reds fans.
Four minutes into injury time Gary McAllister steps up to curl a 44-yard free-kick past Paul Gerrard to give Liverpool a 3-2 win at Everton. One of the most amazing moments in Mersey derby history, the goal changes Liverpool's season.
When Liverpool won the League Championship in 1973 no-one knew it was to be Bill Shankly's last as Reds manager. The Reds clinch a record eighth league title and Shankly's team takes on new heights. An historic moment in many ways.
Even the great Tom Finney called this Liverpool performance one of the best he has seen. Kenny Dalglish's side hit top gear to demolish Brian Clough's side. This was Barnes, Beardsley and Aldridge at their best.
A moved that stunned Liverpool fans. On November 29th, 2001, after intense speculation for two years the inevitable happens when Gerard Houllier sells Kop hero Robbie Fowler to Premiership rivals Leeds United.
A match dubbed the unofficial battle of Britain, this game had everything. Liverpool 1-0 down from the first leg, produced a great comeback and a stunning Geoff Strong header put the Reds into their first European Final.
Never before had Liverpool recovered from a two-goal first leg deficit in Europe. Only 23,094 bothered to turn up at Anfield for the second leg, but those who stayed away missed a European classic in which Mark Walters was the hero.
Liverpool found themselves 2-0 down at Anfield to Bruges in the first leg of the UEFA Cup Final at Anfield, but the Reds stormed back to win 3-2. A 1-1 draw in the second leg ensured more silverware for Bob Paisley's men.
One of the most emotional FA Cup Finals ever witnessed, Liverpool beat Everton 3-2 at Wembley in a victory dedicated to the memory of the 96 Liverpool fans who lost their lives at Hillsborough. Ian Rush came on to score twice.
After eight years in the Second Division Bill Shankly's new Liverpool make it back to the top flight in 1962. It had been a hard slog but the cheers that greeted a 2-0 victory over Southampton meant Liverpool were back in the big time.
Howie Gayle, an early replacement for the limping Dalglish, runs the Munich defence ragged, and by the time he himself was substituted late in the second half, Liverpool secure a 1-1 draw and a place in the European Cup Final.