Liverpool reveal emotional Klopp final programme cover design and fans can buy it now

Liverpool have revealed the final matchday programme cover of the Jurgen Klopp era and fans can now order the 100-page souvenir edition.

Klopp's final game in charge of Liverpool will take place at Anfield when the Reds host Wolves on May 19 and the club have designed a fitting programme cover depicting three iconic Klopp fist-pumping poses for the occasion. The special edition programme will be sold at the ground on the final day of the 2024/25 Premier League season but can also be ordered online at the Liverpool store priced at £5.

The programme will feature a number of one-off features celebrating Klopp's trophy-laden tenure at the club.

It includes interviews with key members of Klopp's backroom team who are also departing Anfield, as well as the views of players including Virgil Van Dijk, Andy Robertson, Luis Diaz, Darwin Nunez and Alexis Mac Allister.

The most emotional read will no doubt be Klopp's final programme notes where he will write a column for the Anfield faithful for a final time.

Klopp's final programme cover

Klopp's final programme cover

Other features include a look at Bob Paisley's final game at Anfield, an interview with former Reds star Gary Gillespie and BOSS night co-founder Daniel Nicholson.

The programme will also feature poetry celebrating Klopp's legacy after his nine-year spell at the club. It is available to pre order here with orders expected to arrive from May 27.

The programme, which features the words 'Danke Jurgen', is the latest in a line of Klopp souvenirs released by the club that are selling out quickly as fans seek mementos of his final days at the club.

A Jurgen Klopp limited edition cap complete with embroidered signature quickly sold out on the Liverpool website, while Klopp framed shirts have also been snapped up by fans.

The club is selling Klopp prints, hoodies, scarves and other memorabilia as it celebrates a glorious period of the club's history led by the German manager.

During his tenure Liverpool ended an almost three-decade wait for the Premier League title, won their sixth Champions League trophy and collected FIFA Club World Cup, FA Cup and Carabao Cup wins.

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