When Jurgen Klopp arrirved at Anfield on the 8th OCtober 2015, most people expected him to become a success. Few people however, could have foreseen just how successful Klopp would become, or how many records he would break along the way.
Yet eight years after first joining, Klopp remains at the helm, the longest serving active manager in the Premier League, with a whopping 450 games as Reds Boss under his belt.
Jurgen Klopp Record after 450 games in charge
Games Played - 450
Games Won - 272
Games Drawn - 101
Games Lost - 77
Win Ratio - 60%
Games by Competition
Premier League - 307
FA Cup - 25
League Cup - 28
Europe - 85
Other - 5
Klopp's achievements during first 450 games
- Reached 250 wins as Liverpool boss in just 401 games, the fewest number of games by any Reds boss in the history of the club.
- When winning the Title in 2019-20, LFC equalled the highest win percentage of any club in a top flight season, with 84.21%
- In Septembder 2023, Liverpool scored their 900th goal under Klopp. This was achieved in 440 matches, 55 matches less that it took Shankly's sides to reach 900 goals.
- Klopp is the first Reds Manager to reach 5 wins in Europe. Rafa Benitez was the previous record holder with 49 wins, but Klopp surpassed this with victory over LASK in October 2023.
- Klopp holds the LFC record for longest unbeaten run in the clubs history, with 44 games between January 2019 and February 2o20.
- Klopp has used 114 players during his time as Liverpool boss, with Roberto Firmino earning the most appearances under Klopp, with 355.
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Lifelong fan with a passion for all things Liverpool. First memory of football is watching John Barnes score a dramatic last minute equaliser in the FA Cup when he was 4. Feels lucky to be a part of the 'Klopp' era.
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