It ain't over 'til it's over, but as of now, European competition for a twelfth-straight season looks unlikely. Last missing out in 1999-2000, Liverpool have racked up a fair amount of frequent flier miles since the turn of the 21st century.
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11 consecutive campaigns. 77 matches against 58 different opponents, taking place in 46 cities in 26 countries. 50 matches were in the Champions League, 25 in the UEFA Cup/Europa League, and two in the Super Cup. During this streak, Liverpool have played in five European finals: two Champions League, two Super Cups, and one UEFA Cup.
The thickness of each line represents the number of trips to each city. Unsurprisingly, the most-visited is London, where Liverpool's faced Chelsea five times and Arsenal once. Other frequent destinations have been Istanbul and Bucharest (four times), and Athens, Barcelona, Eindhoven, Madrid, Marseilles, Monaco, and Oporto (three each). Spain is the most-visited country, on nine occasions, followed by France (eight), England, Italy, and Portugal (six each).
What a long, strange trip it's been. Liverpool have eight league games to ensure that it continues.
In the comments is the full list of cities and countries, as well as a breakdown of each campaign.