On April 15th 1989, over 25,000 Liverpool supporters travelled down to Hillsborough for the FA Cup semi-final. Ninety six fans never returned. '100 Days That Shook The Kop' reaches its climax with a day no one will ever forget
No one will ever forget the tragic events of Heysel. Instead of leaving Brussels having seen our team lift a fifth European Cup, Liverpool supporters travelled home having witnessed the deaths of 38 Italians and one Belgian.
No Liverpudlian old enough to remember will forget where they were the day Bill Shankly announced his retirement as Anfield boss. The bombshell reverberated through the football world and stunned Reds fans to the core.
May 25 1977 is a date that will forever hold special significance for Liverpudlians. For it was on this balmy night in Rome that Emlyn Hughes proudly held aloft the gleaming silver trophy that is the European Cup for the first time.
For 73 years the FA Cup remained a notable absentee on Liverpool Football Club's roll of honour. That changed on the unforgettable afternoon of May 1 1965 when goals from Hunt and St John helped defeat Leeds 2-1.
"It broke my heart to leave Liverpool," a clearly stunned and emotional Kenny Dalglish told a packed press conference at Anfield in 1991 to announce his resignation as Liverpool manager. A decision that stunned the football world
The 1988/89 title race boiled down to the most dramatic in history, but sadly it's one Liverpudlians would rather forget as a last gasp Michael Thomas goal at Anfield snatched the championship for Arsenal.