- League title: 1972-73, 1975-76, 1976-77
- European Cup: 1977
- UEFA Cup: 1973, 1976
- FA Cup: 1974
- FA Charity Shield: 1974, 1976
Kevin Keegan defined what it was to be a footballing icon during the 1970s.
After signing him for £35,000 from Scunthorpe in 1971, manager Bill Shankly described the piece of business as "robbery with violence."
Originally signed as a central-midfielder, Keegan soon forced himself into a more advanced position, forming a deadly partnership with John Toshack. Keegan quickly became a Kop favourite, scoring within 13 minutes of his debut against Nottingham Forest.
In his second season at the club, Keegan led Liverpool to domestic and European success. A first league title in seven years was won, and his two goals in the first-leg of the UEFA Cup final would prove crucial as Liverpool emerged 3-2 aggregate winners.
Another league and UEFA Cup double was achieved in 1976, but the following season would prove to be one of the most memorable in club history.
The season started badly, with Keegan announcing that it would be his last at the club before joining German side Hamburg.
While some fans questioned his loyalty, Keegan still finished with 20 goals in all competitions. Another league title was won, and this was followed by a disappointing 2-1 FA Cup final defeat at the hands of rivals Manchester United. But the best was still to come.
Four nights after the FA Cup final, Keegan emerged as man of the match as Liverpool won their first European Cup, beating Borussia Moenchengladbach, 3-1.
Keegan went on to be named European Footballer of the Year during his time in Germany, but he will always be remembered on Merseyside for the six great seasons he spent at Anfield.