Look away now if you’re not a Reds fan, but rejoice if you are, for a brand-new, feature-length documentary telling the inside story of Liverpool FC's 2019/20 Premier League triumph is set to be released later this month, titled ‘The End of the Storm’.

30 years is a long time to wait for anything, and that’s how long Liverpool fans had to wait for their latest league title. And even that didn’t go smoothly, with a huge pandemic-fuelled delay almost stopping them when it seemed nothing else could. ‘The End of the Storm’ is a new documentary that’s set to show all of that, using exceptional access to the champions to set the Reds’ historic achievement in the context of the club’s global fanbase waiting all that time for their team to lift the title again.

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The film features intimate access to Jürgen Klopp and the legendary Sir Kenny Dalglish, while interviews with the players who made it happen on the pitch – including Jordan Henderson, Sadio Mane, Roberto Firmino, Virgil van Dijk and Alisson Becker – will also offer previously unseen perspectives on the momentous achievement.

The documentary was directed by Emmy Award-nominated James Erskine, who also directed ‘One Night In Turin’, and he said of the documentary: “The End of the Storm is an ambitious, cinematic feature film that tells a story 30 years in the making. This isn’t simply a story about an outstanding sporting achievement. It is also a story about emotion, community and self-belief – in a moment when we need all these things more than ever before.

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Produced in association with Sky, the film will also be broadcast on Sky Documentaries in the United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland in 2021.

The film’s original soundtrack will be released by Tap Music and includes a new recording of LFC anthem You’ll Never Walk Alone, sung by global multi-platinum selling, Brit Award winner Lana Del Rey.

The End of the Storm will be available to own on digital, DVD and Blu-ray from Monday 30 November, and you can pre-order it here.