The date and time are confirmed for the Reds’ potential trophy parade if Liverpool wins either Premier League or UEFA Champions League.
The Reds have had an amazing season as they are very close to winning 4 trophies this season. The red half Merseyside have already won the Carabao Cup and they will play their FA Cup final against Chelsea to win their 2nd trophy this season after knocking out Manchester City in the semi-final stage.
Moreover, they will also play their 3rd final this season against Real Madrid to win the UEFA Champions League for 7th time. Meanwhile, Jurgen Klopp’s troops are only 1 point behind Manchester City in the Premier League having four games in hand.
Thus, a trophy parade might be on its way for winning any of the major titles as they hunt for Quadruple.
Details about the trophy parade for Liverpool FC
The match against Tottenham at Anfield will be crucial for the Reds & if they win they will go above Manchester City, who will host Newcastle the next day.
Thereafter, the win over Chelsea will also guarantee their 2nd trophy this season.
Thus, there will be a victory parade for Liverpool on the 29th of May, Sunday, if they win either the Premier League or the Champions League.
Also, Liverpool City Council have confirmed that the parade will start at 4 pm as the Reds will return from Paris after playing their final match of the season against Real Madrid the previous day.
In addition, details about the route have also been provided and it has been stated that the parade will start at Allerton Maze and then will travel through Queens Drive, Mill Bank, West Derby Road, Islington, Leeds Street and the Strand and then will finally end at Blundell Street.
In the end, tributes will also be paid in the parade to the 39 supporters who lost their lives in Brussels in 1985 as the date of the parade falls on the anniversary of the Heysel Stadium disaster.