After 56 games, 135 goals, the most prolific debut season in club history, an eighth European Cup final – and much more – the 2017-18 campaign is now consigned to the record books.
So, with a helping hand from official LFC statistician Ged Rea, here are the best facts and figures from the past nine months…
3 - hat-tricks were scored by Liverpool players during the season: Philippe Coutinho (against Spartak Moscow), Sadio Mane (at FC Porto) and Mohamed Salah, who scored four against Watford.
5 - the number of goals scored by substitutes - two each from Salah and Daniel Sturridge, and the other from Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain.
5 - Reds players made their first appearance for the club: Oxlade-Chamberlain, Andy Robertson, Salah, Dominic Solanke and Virgil van Dijk.
8 - Liverpool reached an eighth European Cup final. Only four teams have played in more.
9 - defeats this season in all competitions. That represents the best in a campaign which included European competition since 2008-09.
11 - the most goals ever scored by a Liverpool player in a European season, achieved by two players: Roberto Firmino and Salah.
13 - the player who received the most yellow cards in all competitions was Emre Can.
14 - the number of times the Reds scored four or more goals in a game, a tally only exceeded once in the club's history (1895-96).
18 - Liverpool's longest unbeaten run of games, stretching from October to January.
18 - different scorers in league and cup. Only once have more ever scored in a single campaign (22 in 2015-16).
19 - at 19 years and 231 days, Trent Alexander-Arnold became the youngest ever Liverpool player in a European Cup final.
22 - Salah scored 22 goals in both the first half and second half of Liverpool games.
23 - clean sheets were kept by Liverpool overall (including 17 in the league), with Loris Karius keeping 16 and Simon Mignolet seven.
24 - the number of league games in which Salah found the net, to set a new club record.
24 - years and 186 days: the average age of the youngest starting XI selected by Jürgen Klopp in the season, for a League Cup tie at Leicester City.
30 - Firmino was substituted most times, five more than Mane and Salah.
32 - Salah broke the record for most goals scored by any player in a 38-game Premier League season.
33 - players were named in a matchday squad by Klopp, with only Rafa Camacho, Curtis Jones, Lazar Markovic and Conor Masterson failing to appear.
34 - Salah found the net in 34 different games in league and cup - equalling the most ever in the history of English football, set previously by Luton's Joe Payne (1936-37) and Clive Allen of Tottenham Hotspur in 1986-87.
37 - the Reds scored a goal on average every 37 minutes.
38 - goals conceded in the league this season, the Reds’ lowest tally since 2009-10.
42 - Liverpool led at some point in 42 of their 56 fixtures.
43 - Solanke was named as a substitute most times, coming off the bench on 21 occasions.
44 - goals scored by Salah, the most ever by a Reds player in a debut season and second only to Ian Rush's 47 (1983-84) in any campaign.
45 - the number of games it took the Egyptian to net his first 40 goals for Liverpool, to set a new club record.
46 - occasions when the Reds were shown live on TV in the UK.
47 - goals were scored by Liverpool in Europe this season, the most by any team in a European Cup/Champions League campaign.
50 - per cent of the penalties awarded to Liverpool were scored (four out of eight).
54 - Firmino made more appearances for the club than any other player, missing only two games - away to Leicester in the League Cup and against Chelsea at Anfield when he was an unused substitute.
72 - yellow cards were issued to Liverpool in total.
85 - Salah spent a greater percentage of the league season on the pitch than any other Reds player.
88 - seconds into a game saw Liverpool register their quickest goal in 2017-18: Firmino at Sevilla in November.
91 - goals scored in total by Salah (44), Firmino (27) and Mane (20), one fewer than the whole team scored in the previous season.
135 - goals were scored by the Reds - the second-highest tally in the club's history and only three short of the record set in 1985-86.
4,187 - Firmino spent more minutes on the pitch than any other Liverpool player.
53,287 - the Reds' highest home league attendance, set in two fixtures, against Watford and Newcastle United.
2,573,888 - watched the Reds home and away in this 56-game campaign.