Liverpool FC fans sing You'll Never Walk Alone before Jurgen Klopp's final goodbye

The M&S Bank Arena united in song to bid an emotional farewell to Jürgen Klopp tonight.

The final chapter of the legendary German's Liverpool FC goodbye took place at the waterfront arena on Tuesday night. The event was held in celebration of the 56-year-old's incredible stint in charge at the club that saw the team lift eight major trophies.

Klopp took part in a Q&A, hosted by John Bishop and Peter McDowall, as he shared stories from his memorable nine years on Merseyside. The evening also contained performances from Liverpool bands, Lightning Seeds and The Zutons.

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The event started on an emotional note as classical singer, Alfie Boe arrived on stage, to perform a moving rendition of You'll Never Walk Along. The thousands in attendance united in song to give the iconic manager a special send off that will live long in the memory.

Before the event, Jurgen Klopp sent a special message to fans. Talking on Instagram, Klopp said to fans: "Okay, so now I've tried to put myself somehow in proper gear to say now for the last time, hopefully, goodbye.

"I'm pretty sure it will be a good event - again pretty emotional, but I think we are through the worst now. So we can have a good time and that's the plan.

"So I wish you as well - if you can see it - if you can watch it (I'm not sure if somebody shows it) a wonderful night as well.

"So let's go! So here we go, that's it. Ready for the party."

Klopp ends the clip with a shot of himself in the mirror dressed in a navy blue suit with white trainers.

An Evening with Jurgen Klopp capped off an emotional few months for the departing LFC boss, who announced in January that he would be stepping down at the end of the season.

His final game in charge took place at Anfield on May 19 as he bowed out with a 2 - 0 win over Wolves. A ceremony after the game saw Klopp deliver an inspiring speech to the crowd before he ushered in the next chapter for the club by leading chants for the new head coach, Arne Slot.