Liverpool will be presented with the Premier League trophy on The Kop later this month.
Jurgen Klopp's side are due to get their hands on the trophy for the first time after their game with Chelsea at Anfield on July 22.
Most trophy presentations have taken place on the pitch since the competition's inception in 1992, but in the absence of fans this one will be a little different.
The Premier League say the "unique ceremony" is "designed to acknowledge the club's supporters".
Liverpool's squad - led by captain Jordan Henderson - have been involved in the planning for the much-anticipated ceremony.
Sir Kenny Dalglish - manager when Liverpool last won the league in 1990 - will be part of the presentation.
The Chelsea game and subsequent trophy celebration will be made available on free-to-air television, likely on Sky One in Ireland.
Both Liverpool and the Premier League have asked fans to stay at home to enjoy the ceremony, and not travel to Anfield next Wednesday evening.