Liverpool Football Club will today Lift 2019/2020 Premier League Trophy after a game against Chelsea Football Club. The trophy will be given to them at their home game against Chelsea, Liverpool are league champions for the first time in 30 years.
The trophy presentation day will be an evening fixture being today Wednesday 22nd of July 2020 against Chelsea FC, Liverpool will the season with away game against Newcastle (away) July 26
According to Goal.com, The club has built a special podium that will be surrounded by fan-made banners, honouring the Reds’ most dedicated supporters in the section in which they normally sit.
Kanye West’s song ‘All of the Lights’ will be played as the players are given their medals, according to The Athletic, while Coldplay’s ‘A Sky Full Of Stars’ will accompany the actual trophy lift.
Records set by Liverpool during 2019/2020 season
With 61 points from their opening 21 matches, Liverpool set the record for most points accumulated by that stage in any top five European league, and extended the record to 79 points from 27 matches before losing 3-0 to Watford.
Liverpool set a record of 104 points from 38 Premier League matches (a maximum possible total of 114) with a 1-0 win over Spurs on January 11. This beat the record of 102 set by Manchester City (2018) and Chelsea (2005).
Liverpool had a 25 point lead at one stage of the season, which is the largest ever in the English top division.
Most home win in a roll – The 3-2 win over West Ham on February 24 was Liverpool’s 21st consecutive home win, a record extended to 24 after wins over Bournemouth, Crystal Palace and Aston Villa, beating the former record of 20 set by Manchester City between 2011 and 2012.
Liverpool won the league with seven games to spare, beating the former record of five set by Manchester United in 2000/2001 and Manchester City in 2017/18.
We are lifting it for you – you’ve driven us to achieving this dream. But this club’s values are about taking care of each other and that means supporting us from home and in safe environments.”