Eight years after reaching the Uefa Europa League final, Liverpool return to the competition in 2023/24 as one of the favourites to succeed serial champions Sevilla.
The Reds have never failed to reach the knockout stage in the modern format of the Europa League, which presents a chance for the club to return to trophy-winning ways after a barren 2022/23 season.
"We have to be ready if we want to go far in the competition," manager Jurgen Klopp said. "We have to be really greedy in all these games – and it's my job to make sure that we are."
Have have Liverpool fared in the Europa League? Are they the best team in the history of the competition, and what about this time around? The Sporting News examines their record so far.
Full rundown of Liverpool's European Cup and Champions League titles
The Europa League was known as the Uefa Cup from its inaugural season in 1971/72 until 2009/10, and Liverpool were the second club to win the competition, following in the footsteps of Tottenham Hotspur the previous year.
Liverpool became the first team to win the competition twice when they triumphed again three years later, bringing the club the second European trophy in its history.
They had to wait 25 years to win in the final again, beating Alaves with a golden goal in the 116th minute at the end of the 2000/01 season. The final was a two-legged match until 1997/98.
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