Liverpool’s ‘Champions Wall’ at Melwood undergoes makeover to reflect Premier League title win 24 hours after Jurgen Klopp’s men got their hands on the trophy at Anfield
A vital change has now been made to the ‘Champions Wall’ at Liverpool’s Melwood training base to represent their stunning Premier League title win.
The wall represents the club’s remarkable history and documents each and every trophy they have collected.
It has been updated a number of times in the past 13 months but the latest addition was the one the club and fans have craved for 30 years.
Liverpool’s ‘Champions Wall’ was changed at Melwood to reflect their Premier League title (L)
Workers were filmed bringing down the current display and amending it at Melwood
The ‘Champions Wall’ greets the players on their arrival to the training ground every morning
Workers remove the sheet before completing their work for the Premier League champions
The latest update has also been made at Anfield as well, to mark the club’s 48th major honour
Workers were pictured making the aesthetic change to the wall on Thursday, just under 24 hours since Liverpool collected the Premier League trophy on the Kop.
Jurgen Klopp and his players were handed the club’s first league title in 30 years in a stunning ceremony at an empty Anfield after beating Chelsea 5-3.
The club splashed the cash on the lavish title party, featuring a custom-built stage on the Kop and hundreds of fireworks and pyrotechnics.
There was just one more thing to do though and update the ‘Champions Wall’ at Melwood to show the club are now champions of England for a 19th time.
Workers were pictured taking down the existing frame, replacing the 18 with 19 and putting it back together.
Jordan Henderson finally got his hands on the Premier League trophy at Anfield on Wednesday
Players finally got to lift the trophy that has eluded the club for 30 years after beating Chelsea
Jurgen Klopp found it hard to let go of the trophy as his players celebrated long into the night
Liverpool’s Champions League win last season, as well as their European Super Cup and Club World Cup success this term have made the ‘Champions Wall’ an ever-growing reminder of their success under Klopp.
The latest update to Liverpool’s honours list has also been made at Anfield as well, to mark their 48th major trophy.
Liverpool have just one more game to play this season before jetting off on holiday ahead of the start of their Premier League title defence.
The Reds travel up north to take on Steve Bruce’s Newcastle at St James’ Park on Sunday afternoon, the final day of the Premier League season.