The LFCTV GO cameras were at Stanford University to film the Liverpool squad on their first day of training in the United States – with a free clip available to watch now.
Liverpool will return from America in better shape than when they left thanks to the hard work of the players during their pre-season tour, Jürgen Klopp has predicted.
For the duration of the Reds' tour of the USA, Danny Ings will be writing an exclusive blog for Liverpoolfc.com. In his first update, the striker reflects on the opening day on the West Coast, the impact the return of the England quintet has had and outlines what he is hoping to achieve during our time Stateside...
After completing a morning training session at Stanford University, the Liverpool squad took a trip to explore the historical Alcatraz Island – and our photographer was on hand to capture their visit.
Liverpool trained at Stanford University after arriving in California, with five England internationals joining the squad for the first time this summer - here is a selection of images from the session.
Liverpool today touched down in the USA to continue their pre-season preparations. The Reds take on Chelsea next Wednesday and we asked Brian Montano, chair of the Reds' official Los Angeles Supporters Club, for his views ahead of the game at the Rose Bowl.
Jürgen Klopp is relishing the opportunity to experience the vast support for Liverpool in America at first hand – and expects the backing from local fans to provide his players with an extra boost.
Ahead of Liverpool’s pre-season tour of the USA, American talk show host John Oliver has explained - in trademark fashion - why local Reds should go and watch Jürgen Klopp's charges on tour.
Liverpool's 2016 pre-season tour began in earnest on Thursday as the squad touched down in San Jose, California – and we captured a photo gallery and video of their arrival.
Follow day one of Liverpool FC's tour of the United States with our daily blog featuring the latest photos, quotes, social media posts and more as Jürgen Klopp's men continue to prepare for the 2016-17 campaign.