From David Beckham to Daniel Agger, many of the most high-profile footballers from the past 20 years have sported tattoos.
For some, the inkings are a tribute to a loved one or a reminder of an important time in their life.
But for others, the tattoos have no meaning and just reflect their personal style.
We take a look at some of the Liverpool squad’s tattoos and decipher what they mean.
Virgil Van Dijk
Earlier this year, many Liverpool fans were stunned to learn that Van Dijk has a sleeve on his left arm.
The defender usually plays with an undershirt covering his forearms, however when accepting the award for being the club’s best player he wore a capped sleeve shirt.
The shirt revealed the tattoos in all their glory – from what we could see there is an eye, a clock and a number of roses.
In 2015, the Scotsman reported that while playing for Celtic Van Dijk, marked a successful season by getting an ink drawing on his skin.
Firmino is well known for his love of tattoos – he has them across his stomach, arms, knuckles and neck.
In previous interviews, the striker has said that the inkings on his right arm represent his parents and family members.
This includes pictures of both his mother and father and a message in German that translates into English as “Family unending love”.
On his right arm he has a red rose for love, a four-leaf clover as a sign of luck and a peace symbol on his forearm.
His knuckles feature the year 1991 – the year he was born – and the word love is tattooed on the knuckles of his left hand.
On his neck he has “Deus” tattooed, Portuguese for God.
And on his chest he has the name of his wife and daughter and the words “God is faithful”.
His stomach features the words ‘blessed’, but the tattoos on his left arm don’t have a meaning.
The centre-back’s tattoos all appear to have a religious connotation.
One of his earliest ones features Jesus wearing a crown of thorns.
And in a later post, Lovren revealed his tattoo of a nail being hammered through the hand of Jesus shortly before his crucifixion.
The name ‘Jesus’ is written in Hebrew below.
On his left arm, he has a inking of a young boy holding hands with a man with the message ‘We will never let you go’.
And on his stomach he has; ‘You don’t choose your family. They are God’s gift to you as you are to them’.
Dutch star Wijnaldum’s tattoos include the names of various family members and one features an angel with a ball in its hand.
In previous interviews, he has said that his tattoos have no deeper meaning but that he just ‘likes them’, reports Wtfoot.
During a holiday to the Bahamas, Lallana sparked confusion after posting a topless picture.
A number of Liverpool supporters couldn’t help notice one of Lallana’s tattoos on the side of his torso.
It appears to show a man in a suit with towering buildings behind him.
While it is not know what the ink represents, a number of supporters came up with their own suggestion – that the tattoo was in fact of Manchester City’s İlkay Gündoğan.
On the other side of his torso, he appears to have an inking of an angel.
The captain has a simple commemorative piece on his left ribcage listing the names and dates of birth of his two daughters.
Rivalling Firmino for his love of tattoos is Alberto Moreno – the Spanish left-back has full sleeves on both arms and inkings in his stomach and left shin.
His tattoos include a pitbull with boxing gloves on, a tiger wearing a bandana and a panda with a top hat on its head, smoking a pipe.
One of his most famous tattoos is of a massive chimpanzee head.
The suited-up ape is a stylish one, wearing headphones and mirrored sunglasses – he also holds a gun.
Speaking to the Mirror last year, Moreno said: “My tattoos are often about personal situations in my life and, if we win the Premier League, I’m sure I’ll have a new one.”