Liverpool fans can buy an official club mini bar in Premier League first

Liverpool fans will be hoping they can toast to the club's success this season and in a Premier League first they can do it using an official mini bar.

The club has launched its own mini bar that fans can install in their living room or fan cave and it comes with a stunning Liverpool badge design that will make sure visitors are in no doubt about it being a Red bar when drinks are served. The Liverpool-themed mini bar was shared by Liverpool's social media account this week as the club prepares for the season run-in.

It is the first time a club has sold its own mini bar to fans in the Premier League and allows fans to recreate the Anfield atmosphere in the comfort of their own home or garden with friends and family.

With one trophy already in the bag in the Carabao Cup, Liverpool find themselves as slim favourites for the Premier League title and are  strongly in contention for the Europa League. The prospect of a treble in Jurgen Klopp's final season could mean a summer of celebration for fans and the club has now released the perfect accompaniment to a fan cave.

The mini bar is priced at £185 and comes with shelving and a bar top decked out in Liverpool red and a white shield featuring the club badge on the front.

Liverpool mini bar

Liverpool mini bar

Ideal for home or garden use, it is the most expensive item in the Liverpool home bar range. Other pub-related items on sale in the club shop in time for summer include a pint glass for £10, a tankard for £12, shot glasses, BBQ sets, neon bar signs and even Liver Bird bottle stoppers.

You can see the full fan cave bar range on the Liverpool FC website here.

Despite entering the final few months of the 2023/24 season Liverpool has been active with new ranges for sale. The club recently launched a new LeBron James collaboration that included a new t-shirt modelled by Virgil Van Dijk and a pair of limited edition trainers.

Fans are now eagerly awaiting the launch of the new 2024/25 season ranges including the new home, away and third shirts that will be worn in Liverpool's first season without Klopp at the helm. The new kit range will also come with an entirely new training range for the new season and is expected to be officially announced by the club in early May.

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