Jürgen Klopp was officially awarded the Freedom of the City of Liverpool.
The city’s highest civic honor has been bestowed upon the Liverpool manager at a ceremony held in the Town Hall to acknowledge his achievements at the helm of the Reds since arriving in 2015.
Klopp has overseen seven trophy successes during his spell at Anfield, including Champions League glory in 2019 and a Premier League triumph the following year to end the club’s three-decade wait to win the title again.
The German was nominated for the accolade in July and received his Freedom of Liverpool scroll during a special ceremony in his honor.
Klopp was joined by members of his coaching staff and LFC CEO Billy Hogan at the event, including speeches by Sir Kenny Dalglish, Margaret Aspinall, the Lord Mayor, Councillor Roy Gladden, Mayor of Liverpool Joanne Anderson, and Klopp himself.