Before and after photos of Liverpool city centre clean up following Champions League final bedlam
Some city centre streets had to be closed as thousands fans gathered to watch the match.
So many supporters congregated with flags and flares in anticipation of a seventh European Cup win that a number of city streets had to be closed by the police.
Unfortunately, the result did not go the way of the Reds, who lost 1-0 to a Vinicuis Junior goal at the Stade de France.
But as the disappointed fans trudged home from the city centre a serious clean up operation of crushed beer cans and general detritus began.
The city council’s Liverpool Streetscene department hit the streets at 4.30am and by 6am the place was spotless.
Those fans attending Sunday’s parade are urged to bag and bin their litter and keep Liverpool tidy.