The group behind the banners and flags displayed on the Kop at Anfield have agreed for them to remain.
Spion Kop 1906, the group responsible for many of the banners displayed in the Kop, originally asked for them to be removed.
Following the Super League withdrawal they have performed a u-turn and are happy for them to remain on show in the famous stand.
But they have made their feelings clear on FSG, reminding them that the club will never be theirs.
A statement on social media read: "Following last night's announcement that Liverpool FC will no longer be taking part in a 'European Super League' our flags will be on the Kop for Saturday's home game.
"As always, we are committed to supporting the team. We thank the players, and especially Jordan Henderson, for their support of the fans.
"It's been great to see the solidarity amongst Liverpool fans, and also from fan bases across all clubs over the past couple of days, and we should use this opportunity to affect genuine change.
"Whilst we were all fighting against the new competition, UEFA passed through reforms which make the European Cup more elitist, with additional game and therefore expense for fans. It is important we all stand together to oppose this too.
"We've welcome the support that Sky and others in the media have shown for fans over the past few days, and hope this leads them to look at their own treatment of fans and things that they can do around kick-off times, match ticket prices, and how ALL football fans are treated. This is just the start.
"To FSG, your continued wrong decisions and lack of consultation with the fans in these big decision has been your ultimate downfall. Once again you have gone toe to toe with the wrong people and your delay in making a statement is cowardly. This is OUR club, not yours - never take us for granted because once again you have seen that it's the fans who have the power, not the men with the briefcase.
"The fans are the true owners of the Football Club and our support will always be with the staff, manager and players - FOOTBALL WITHOUT FANS IS NOTHING."