On March 30th 1976 Liverpool became the first, and so far only, English team to defeat Barcelona in the world famous Nou Camp. John Toshack scored the only goal of the UEFA Cup semi-final tie to silence the home fans.
The mere mention of the name Worcester City is likely to send a shudder down the spine of any Liverpudlian old enough to remember the infamous day when Second Division Liverpool were dumped out of the FA Cup.
In December 1967 Leeds United's goalkeeper Gary Sprake committed one of the funniest and most unusual moments Anfield has ever witnessed. Sprake threw the ball into his net to the astonishment of the whole ground.
The Liverpool team of 1978-79 has often been dubbed one of it not the best ever seen at Anfield. Kenny Dalglish and co made the league their own tearing up the record books in the process. A record 68 points told its own story.
July 16th 1998 is the time Gerard Houllier arrived at Anfield to become joint manager alongside Roy Evans. Despite starting well, after a few bad results Roy Evans resigned with Houllier taking up sole management of Liverpool.
Goalless on aggregate after two legs and 2-2 following extra-time it came down the lottery of a toss up to determine the winners of the European Cup quarter-final tie between Liverpool and Cologne. The coin favoured Liverpool.
Three-nil down at home to your greatest rivals with millions watching live on television, it doesn't get much worse than that. However Liverpool produced an amazing comeback and Neil Ruddock powered home a header to make it 3-3.
This occasion certainly didn't live up to the title FA Charity Shield. Liverpool's Kevin Keegan had a fight with Leeds Billy Bremner and both were sent-off. For the record Liverpool won the game on penalties.
Liverpool's first visit to the twin towers of Wembley was not to be a good one as Arsenal won 2-0 in 1950. Such was the demand for tickets over 100,000 Reds fans applied for tickets but only 10,000 were available!
It was raining goals at Anfield on September 17th 1974, as Liverpool demolished Norwegian part-timers Stromsgodset 11-0 in a record victory. It was a fitting way to mark Bob Paisley's first European tie as boss.
No one expected Liverpool to lose the 1988 FA Cup Final except Wimbledon. The underdogs went on to produce a big cup shock by winning 1-0 thanks to a goal from Lawrie Sanchez. John Aldridge also missed a penalty.
We go back to November 21st 1970 when Liverpool produced a memorable derby comeback at Goodison Park. Everton went 2-0 up but Liverpool responded magnificently and Chris Lawler popped up for the winner to seal a 3-2 win.
Gerard Houllier wins his first trophy as Liverpool manager in February 2001, as he guides the Reds to victory in the Worthington Cup Final at Cardiff's Millennium Stadium. Birmingham didn't make it easy but Liverpool won on penalties.
After just one season in Italy with Juventus Kenny Dalglish produces a transfer sensation to bring Kop legend Ian Rush back to Anfield. For Rush a chance to play in front of the Kop again is just too good to resist.
A 3-1 home defeat by Manchester City on Boxing Day 1981 saw everyone write off Liverpool's championship hopes. How wrong they would be as Bob Paisley's team proved it to be lucky 13, as the Reds won their 13th title.
The first all Merseyside Cup Final was the 1984 Milk Cup when Liverpool played Everton at Wembley. Thousands of fans, red and blue travelled together to London. After a draw at Wembley, Liverpool won the replay.