Deputy Chief Executive, Mick Forrest said: “Last night as Liverpool fans celebrated their historic achievement, thousands of people descended on the city centre.
“On Friday evening (26 June) and into the early hours of this morning, a large number of resources were deployed to 34 emergencies around the Waterfront, Pier Head and Liver Building areas of Liverpool. This included our Hazardous Area Response Team, operational and tactical commanders, advanced paramedics, rapid response vehicles and ambulances.
“27 patients were treated and taken to local emergency departments, three of which were in a serious condition. Seven patients were treated on scene and did not require hospital attendance.
“Not only are gatherings on this scale a breach of current government guidelines, they can have tragic consequences and put unnecessary strain on emergency services and the NHS.
“Mass gathering events are usually stringently planned and organised with emergency services and other partners to ensure they are as safe as possible for everybody attending. Without the correct safety measures in place they can quickly become extremely dangerous.
“We understand that football fans want to celebrate Liverpool FC’s Premier League title win but we must urge them to do so safely.
“Although lockdown measures have eased slightly, it’s still as important as ever to continue to follow social distancing guidelines to stop the virus from spreading and keep our friends, families and communities safe.”