Liverpool earn Champions League glory
Liverpool earned their first trophy since 2012 last weekend as they beat Tottenham 2-0 to lift the Champions League.
The Reds hadn’t tasted any silverware since their League Cup success in 2012. Also, they had not won the Champions League since 2005.
Saturday’s victory in Madrid was also Jurgen Klopp’s first trophy on Merseyside.
After securing their 6th CL trophy, Liverpool will no doubt be hoping to build on that win next season.
Liverpool still waiting on CWC invite
As a result of beating Spurs, Liverpool could be set to compete for a staggering seven trophies in the upcoming campaign.
Due to Manchester City winning all three trophies up for grabs in England’s top-flight during the 2018/19 season, it will be Liverpool who face them in the Community Shield in August.
Liverpool will also be facing Chelsea in the European Super Cup on August 14th after the Blues won the Europa League vs Arsenal.
Jurgen Klopp’s side will then, of course, be competing in the Premier League, Champions League, FA Cup and League Cup.
The final competition Liverpool may be featuring in is the Club World Cup, which is being held in Qatar in December of 2019.
While Liverpool are expected to be taking part in the tournament, according to the Evening Standard, FIFA officials have yet to contact Liverpool over playing in the CWC.
If Liverpool are going to play in the Club World Cup, they will likely have a very busy December. Because they managed eight games in December of 2018 without even being in the CWC.
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