We go back to September 1989 and a night to remember at Anfield. Kenny Dalglish's side turned on the style to demolish Crystal Palace 9-0 and an emotional John Aldridge scores his last goal for the Reds on his final appearance.
We recall the day Bill Shankly decided to change Liverpool's strip to all red in November 1964. Previously Liverpool had worn white shorts, red shirts and red socks, but wanting a psychological advantage Shanks changed it to all red.
Gerard Houllier returned from life threatening heart surgery to deliver an emotional speech at the club's AGM on December 10th, 2001. He spoke to a captivated audience at the AGM in a moving and, at times funny, delivery.
Bill Shankly swoops to sign Ron Yeats from Dundee United in the summer of 1961. Described by Shanks as 'six foot tall and strong as an ox' Yeats becomes the colossus of the Reds team and Liverpool captain.
Liverpool win the League Cup for the second season in succession thanks to two goal hero Ronnie Whelan. Steve Archibald put Spurs ahead, but Whelan equalised three minutes from time. Ian Rush also scores as Reds win 3-1.
Jack Balmer created an unprecedented new scoring record on November 23rd, 1946, when he became the first player ever to score three times or more in three consecutive games. A hat-trick against Arsenal completed his feat at Anfield.
May 9th 1972 is a day many Reds fans won't forget. Needing a victory at Arsenal on the final day of the season John Toshack scores two minutes from time, but joy turns to despair as referee Roger Kirkpatrick disallows it for off-side.
Liverpool's 1996 FA Youth Cup victory is one that should never be overlooked. It was the first time we had ever won the competition and a certain Michael Owen was coming through the ranks on the road to stardom.
It was in 1963/64 that the nation first awoke to the sound of Bill Shankly's red army. After more than a decade in the football wilderness a sixth League Championship success was confirmed, and Shankly's first.
We recall the time Roy Evans paid a club record fee of #8.5 million to capture Stan Collymore from Nottingham Forest. Collymore turned down Everton to join Liverpool and it was to be the start of a turbulent relationship.
Liverpool slump to an embarrassing FA Cup exit to Second Division Watford in 1970 and Bill Shankly takes drastic action. The Reds manager is furious and will quickly set about changing his team and bringing new players in.
In the autumn of 1993 an 18-year old striker by the name of Robbie Fowler breezed into the Liverpool first team like a breath of fresh air. Fulham were on the receiving end of Fowler scoring five against them at Anfield.
Just months after leaving Liverpool in a much publicised move to SV Hamburg during the summer of 1977, former Kop favourite Kevin Keegan made an eagerly anticipated return to Anfield with his new club in the Super Cup Final.
At the end of the 1993-94 season Liverpool went on a ground breaking tour of South Africa. Along with matches against Aston Villa, Cape Town Spurs and Kaizer Chiefs the highlight was meeting President Nelson Mandela.
A match that was dubbed the McManaman final, after Steve McManaman's two goals gave Liverpool a 2-1 win over Bolton Wanderers at Wembley, to lift the Coca Cola Cup. Watch McManaman's two great goals again.
Michael Owen had a sensational 2001 for Liverpool and was named European Footballer of the Year 2001. Owen beat off the challenge of Raul and Oliver Khan to win the award and became the first ever Reds star to win it.
We have all forgotten the 1996 FA Cup Final defeat by Manchester United, but no one will forget the style of the Liverpool players. Before the game the players went out for a walkabout onto the Wembley pitch in cream suits.