The return of Liverpool Disabled Supporters Association members to Anfield made easy thanks to the club's ongoing communication during pandemic.
Liverpool Disabled Supporters Association (LDSA) Chairman Tommy Hutchinson has praised the club for the work it carried out ahead of fans returning for the final game of the season and their support throughout the pandemic.
Tommy was back at Anfield to see the Reds seal a UEFA Champions League spot with a 2-0 win over Crystal Palace.
"It was fantastic to be back. To get a ticket for the Palace game I felt absolutely blessed," he said.
"The feedback we've had from our members who went has been tremendous. We had to make sure it was absolutely safe, and everything we asked of the club, they did for us.
"The club has been in contact with us the whole time during lockdown. They've been great, sending us questionnaires to send out to members and keeping in contact with our secretary, asking how everyone's been getting on."
LDSA Secretary Ted Morris added: "To many disabled supporters, Liverpool Football Club is their entire world so the fact the club engaged with us was vital for their mental health.
"From day one, they engaged with the LDSA to facilitate this and we are very grateful."