Liverpool's title-winning 2019-20 campaign has also been a record-breaking one in many regards - and club statistician Ged Rea has provided a round-up of the landmarks reached by the Reds.
Liverpool achieved the longest run of successive home league victories (24), breaking their own English record of 21.
Jürgen Klopp’s men recorded the best ever start to a season by any team in Europe’s top five leagues – 26 wins and a draw from their first 27 games – taking 79 points out of 81 on offer.
They reached 30 league wins faster than any team in English top-flight history, in just 34 games (beating Manchester City’s 35 matches).
During the course of a 38-game spell, the Reds accrued more points than any other team in Premier League history – 104.
Liverpool clinched the Premier League title in just 31 games and broke the English top-flight record by winning it with seven fixtures to spare, bettering the five set by Manchester United (twice), Everton and Manchester City.
They equalled the Premier League record for most points accumulated at home in a season – 55 – with 18 wins and one draw. Chelsea (2005-06), Manchester United (2010-11) and Manchester City (2011-12) are the others to have set the landmark.
The Reds equalled an English football record for the top two divisions of 32 league wins in a season, set by Manchester City in 2017-18 and 2018-19, and Tottenham Hotspur in Division 2 in 1919-20.
By recording those 32 wins they also set a club record, beating the 30 won in 1978-79 (42 games) and last season (38 games).
They are now the first team in history to win the league title in an eighth different decade, beating Arsenal, Everton and Manchester United’s seven.
At one stage of the season, Liverpool held a 25-point lead – the biggest ever in English top-flight history.
They equalled the Premier League record of 18 consecutive league victories, which also set a new club record.
By winning their opening eight league games of this season they became the first team ever in top-flight history to achieve the feat twice.
The Reds won a British-record fourth European Super Cup.
They became the first British team ever to hold the European Cup, European Super Cup, FIFA Club World Cup and league titles simultaneously.
They also became the first team in English top-flight history to play in five different competitions within the space of 27 days.
Klopp’s side occupied top spot in the league for each of the last 37 rounds and were only off the summit for seven of the 352 days the campaign lasted. They led every day since August 17.
For the first time in their history, Liverpool beat every team in a league season.
They set a new club record of 13 league ‘doubles’ in a season, bettering last season (12) and in doing so also equalled the English top-flight record.
The Reds have set a new club best of 14 away wins in a league campaign, eclipsing the 13 in 1904-05 (17 games in Division 2) and in 2008-09 and 2018-19.
They set a new club record of 99 points in a season – one more than the 98 gained in a 42-game season in 1978-79 (adjusted to three points for a win).
They equalled a club best of 44 points away from home in a league season, set last term.
Liverpool remained unbeaten at Anfield for a third consecutive league season for the first time in their history.
They have also won the latest ever league title – confirmed on June 25.
The Reds produced 17 different scorers in the league this season, equalling the club record.
They set a new club record of eight away league wins in a row.
They set a club record of 44 games unbeaten in the league.
They set a club record of 21 away league games without defeat.
And Liverpool set a new club record by scoring in the opening 27 games of a league season.