Fans have become baffled by the Liverpool Women's team badge after noticing the weird use of 'women' under the emblem for no apparent reason.
The Premier League wasn't the only top tier in English football that came to an end last weekend, with the Women's Super League ending in slightly more dramatic circumstances.
The title chase came down to the final day with Manchester United still able to win their first title but needing defending champions to slip up.
That didn't happen and Emma Hayes ended up lifting her sixth title with the Blues, proving exactly why some fans wanted her to take the role with the men's team.
Liverpool did play their own part in the title race as they hosted fierce rivals United at Prenton Park on the final day, with Lucia Garcia scoring the only goal of the game for Marc Skinner's team.
It was as close as the hosts got to having say in the league as they finished in mid-table in their first season back in the WSL, after their relegation in 2020.
With the league all decided and Reading's relegation decided the WSL's social media team tweeted the list of all the team's who will be competing come the start of the next campaign.
And that allowed fans to notice that Liverpool's badge is the same emblem as the men's team just with the word 'Women' printed at the bottom.
"What is the word 'Women' doing just floating under the Liverpool badge? Is that a thing?", questioned one fan.
"Maybe it's time to retire the Women part of the badge. One Liverpool... What do you think?", asked a second.
A Liverpool supporter added: "I love you Liverpool but the big f*****g "Women" under the badge is embarrassing please remove it makes it look like a separate entity."
Another added: "Why are Liverpool the only team to stick “women” under their badge, that’s so random."
"'You never walk alone' unless it's the women's club logo," another bitterly pointed out.
Many others were suggesting that Liverpool should add 'men' 'reserves' and 'under 18' to their other team badges, with tongues firmly in cheeks.
And one simply exclaimed: "Read the room!"
No Liverpool players made it into Sarina Weigman's England squad for the World Cup which starts next month, which didn't really come as a surprise.
It's less than 10 years since the Reds won back-to-back titles in the WSL but they have slipped since then due to lack of funding.
SPORTbible reached out to Liverpool FC for comment on the badge and we will keep this article updated when they do supply a comment.