FLASHBACK to May 4 1976: Liverpool win the League with a win at Wolves. Liverpool needed a win or low-scoring draw to pip QPR to the title.
They did it, winning 3-1. The defeat meant Wolves were relegated.
In this photo, we see the dressing room. No selfies back then:
Liverpool celebrate winning the League Championship after their 3-1 victory: (clockwise from top l) Tommy Smith, Ian Callaghan, Steve Heighway, Phil Thompson, Jimmy Case, Kevin Keegan, Emlyn Hughes, Phil Neal, David Fairclough, Ray Kennedy, Ray Clemence
Wolves: Pierce, Sunderland, Parkin, Daley, Palmer, Bailey, Carr, Hibbitt, Kindon, Richards, Kelly (Gould).
Liverpool: Clemence, Smith, Neal, Thompson, Kennedy, Hughes, Keegan, Case (Fairclough), Heighway, Toshack, Callaghan.
Because when your team has won the title, running on the pitch feels fantastic.
Look out for the pitch invasions. No fences. No aggro. Just passion.