Next season, Liverpool will play home games at a new 60,000-seater stadium in Anfield, the current home of the Reds since 1900.

The club is renovating its 60,000-seater Anfield stadium, where it has played since 1887.

Liverpool is the first English club to be crowned champions at home since Manchester United in 2012, during a run of seven consecutive matches where it won its home games by at least two goals.

Following Sunday's 3-0 Premier League win over Swansea, the Reds scored three goals in the space of four minutes.

Right winger Mohamed Salah was in the goals when he took a touch inside Swansea's area and bent in a 45-yard strike in the 22nd minute.

Left winger Sadio Mane collected Joe Gomez's pass, skipped through three Swansea defenders and scored with a left-footed shot in the 37th.

Salah sealed the title in the 74th when he collected Fabinho's pass to the back post and curled a shot in from a tight angle.

The Anfield win ensured the Reds became the first team to finish the season with a 100-point total, with each of the seven previous champions earning 84 points.

New kit

Liverpool will wear its red home strip from Wednesday's UEFA Europa League quarter-final first leg at PAOK Salonika in Athens.

The Reds also played in red at Anfield on Saturday.

Salah scored the only goal as Liverpool beat Norwich City 1-0, its eighth consecutive away win in the Premier League.