Anfield will today fall silent once again as Liverpool remembers the 96 victims of the Hillsborough disaster.
A service at the stadium will mark the 24th anniversary of the tragedy, and the first since an independent report cleared Reds fans of wrongdoing.
Great strides have been taken towards the truth of what happened that day and in its aftermath finally coming out, and a hearing will be held in London later this month to decide the parameters for new inquests.
But those at the 2.45pm service know their fight for justice is still not over.
Talking to the Liverpool Echo, Liverpool keeper Pepe Reina said: "It's a very important day for the club and we will be there to show our support for the families and remember the 96.
"They had some good news with the Hillsborough Independent Panel report back in September.
"Finally there has been some progress but still justice hasn't been made.
"We will keep pushing for that."
Reina will attend the service with the rest of the club's players, staff, manager Brendan Rodgers and managing director Ian Ayre as they join with supporters, Hillsborough families and survivors in remembering those who died.
Owner John Henry is expected to give a reading.
The 45-minute service will include a minute's silence at 3.06pm, the time the 1989 FA Cup semi-final against Nottingham Forest was abandoned.