Liverpool players have honoured the victims of the Hillsborough disaster on the 30th anniversary of the tragedy.
Jurgen Klopp and his first-team squad laid wreaths at Anfield in memory of the 96 supporters who died, as did the Liverpool Ladies team, academy sides and chief executive officer Peter Moore.
A minute’s silence is to be held across Liverpool at 15:06, the time the FA Cup semi-final with Nottingham Forest was stopped in 1989.
Liverpool and Chelsea perfectly observed a minute’s silence before their Premier League clash on Sunday.
The Reds will not hold a memorial service as in previous years although the Kop has been opened for people who want to sit and reflect.
Ninety-six lanterns were lit on the steps of St George’s Hall on Monday morning to mark 30 years since the disaster.
Pictures of the men, women and children who lost their lives in the crush on the Leppings Lane terrace of Sheffield Wednesday’s ground were displayed on banners with the words “Never forgotten” and flowers were laid by family members, local politicians and members of the public.
Mayor of Liverpool Joe Anderson and Lord Mayor Christine Banks laid wreaths on behalf of the people of Liverpool.
Mr Anderson said the anniversary was an “emotional day” and a “milestone”.
He said: “Today we want to provide the city with an opportunity to be here, lay tributes and pay their respects and their thoughts to the families.
“I hope it gives them comfort that the city is thinking of them today.”
Former captain Steven Gerrard’s cousin Jon-Paul Gilhooley was the youngest victim and took to social media to pay tribute.
He posted a picture of the Hillsborough memorial on Instagram and wrote “Never forgotten”, with former teammate Jamie Carragher posting a similar image.
Ex-Liverpool players Luis Garcia and Luis Enrique posted emotional messages in memory of the fans who lost their lives.