Liverpool fans will be back on the Kop for the first time in 271 days on Sunday with the Reds releasing ticket details for their Premier League home match against Wolverhampton Wanderers.
The last game to date in front of fans at Anfield came on March 11 when the then Champions League holders were knocked out of the competition by Atletico Madrid.
Project Restart saw fixtures resumed behind closed doors and no fans were present at Anfield in July when Liverpool were handed the Premier League trophy as the club celebrated their first title in 30 years.
Back in the autumn, English football clubs were preparing to welcome back a limited number of spectators into their stadia on matchdays but the plans were put on hold due to a second national lockdown which finished on Wednesday after four weeks.
With all areas of Merseyside currently in Tier 2, Liverpool and neighbours Everton are two of the 10 Premier League clubs are now allowed to let in 2,000 fans for home games.
As a result, Liverpool have released ticket details for their fixture with Wolves which kicks off at 7:15pm on Sunday with fans sitting in both the Main Stand and the Kop.