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Liverpool are the most decorated English club when it comes to European play. The Reds have been phenomenal in continental competition over the years. They won their first European trophy back in 1973 when they bested Borussia Monchengladbach for the Europa League title, and they made their mark on the Champions League shortly afterwards.

The Reds dominated the Champions League in the late 1970s and early 1980s. After winning another Europa League title in 1976, Liverpool went on to win the Champions League in each of the next two seasons. The club struck again in 1981 and 1984, making it four titles in the span of eight years, and their miracle comeback in 2005 made it five Champions League titles. They are tied with Barcelona and Bayern Munich as the club with the third-most Champions League titles.

Of course, whenever you bring up Liverpool in European play, you have to bring up Heysel. The Heysel Stadium disaster led to the Reds being banned from all European competition for six years, and it’s been a slow recovery since that point. Still, their 11 European trophies (Five Champions League, three Europa League, and three UEFA Supercups) are the most of any English club by a sizable margin.

Liverpool have been one of England’s most successful teams in domestic play too. The Reds have won 18 league titles, seven FA Cups, eight League Cups, and 15 FA Community Shields. They have yet to win the Premier League though, and that’s the biggest gap in their resume.

Odds on Liverpool to win the 2018-19 UEFA Champions League: +700

Liverpool F.C. in European Football

1964-65 Champions League Semifinals
1965-66 UEFA Cup Winners Cup Runner-up
1966-67 Champions League Second Round
1971-72 UEFA Cup Winners Cup Second Round
1972-73 Europa League Winner
1973-74 Champions League Second Round
1974-75 UEFA Cup Winners Cup Second Round
1975-76 Europa League Winner
1976-77 Champions League Winner
1977-78 Champions League Winner
1978-79 Champions League First Round
1979-80 Champions League First Round
1980-81 Champions League Winner
1981-82 Champions League Quarterfinals
1982-83 Champions League Quarterfinals
1983-84 Champions League Winner
1984-85 Champions League Runner-up
1991-92 Europa League Quarterfinals
1992-93 UEFA Cup Winners Cup Second Round
1995-96 Europa League Second Round
1996-97 UEFA Cup Winners Cup Semifinals
1997-98 Europa League Second Round
1998-99 Europa League Third Round
2000-01 Europa League Winner
2001-02 Champions League Quarterfinals
2002-03 Europa League Quarterfinals
2003-04 Europa League Fourth Round
2004-05 Champions League Winner
2005-06 Champions League Round of 16
2006-07 Champions League Runner-up
2007-08 Champions League Semifinals
2008-09 Champions League Quarterfinals
2009-10 Europa League Semifinals
2010-11 Europa League Round of 16
2012-13 Europa League Round of 32
2014-15 Champions League Group Stage
2015-16 Europa League Runner-up
2017-18 Champions League Runner-up
2018-19 Champions League -

Liverpool has had a fair amount of success in European play in the 2000s. The Reds were able to win the Europa League in 2001 in addition to their aforementioned Champions League title in 2005. They have been on the precipice numerous times too, finishing runner-up in the Champions League in 2007 and 2018 and in the Europa League in 2016.

The club made a dazzling run to the final last season. Liverpool was not given much of a chance after failing to make it into European play the previous year, but the addition of Mo Salah provided a spark to this team. The Reds hammered 1899 Hoffenheim in the playoff to make it into the Group Stage, where they notched an incredible 23 goals. From there, they scored a combined 17 goals in knocking off Porto, Manchester City, and Roma to set up a Champions League Final with Real Madrid. Liverpool looked like the better team for the first third of the match, but an injury forced Salah out of the game and the club’s chances of winning its sixth Champions League title evaporated shortly afterwards.

This summer, Liverpool spent a ton of money in order to compete for titles both abroad and domestic. The Reds spent over 100 million Euros to acquire midfielders Fabinho and Naby Keita, and they also added Xherdan Shaqiri from Stoke City. However, the biggest move came when they shelled out a record sum to get Alisson from AS Roma. There is no way they could have kept Loris Karius as the starting goalkeeper after his blunders in the Champions League Final, and Alisson is one of the top goalkeepers in the world.

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