LFCTV marks the return of a capacity crowd to Anfield in a brand-new documentary.

The show – which can be watched in the LFCTV GO video above – charts the 17 months between Liverpool’s defeat by Atletico Madrid in March 2020 and last Saturday’s win over Burnley.

Fans from across the city and beyond explain how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected their lives, denying them the chance to cheer on their beloved Reds.

We meet 90-year-old Peggy Pickavant, who first attended Anfield in 1945, as she looks back on the longest spell away from Anfield in 75 years.

NHS nurse Jackie Hoare pays tribute to the heroes who put their lives on the line to help others, while Tony Caveney and Fans Supporting Foodbanks open up about their own selfless acts of community action.

L4 pub owners Robbie Rogers and Tage Herstad detail how the pandemic rocked the local area, while legendary lifelong supporter Jimmy Flowers reflects on the loss of precious matchday routines.

And members of Spion Kop 1906, the Liverpool fan group devoted to organising stunning flag and banner displays at Anfield, set out their plans for the new season, now that a return to normality beckons.

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