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Liverpool

Liverpool FC was founded in 1892 and is based at Anfield Stadium in Liverpool. The Reds are one of the most successful football clubs in the world and can boast of eighteen First Division, seven FA Cup and five European titles. Their present manager is Brendan Rodgers and Liverpool fans hope that he is the one that can bring the club its first top flight title since 1990. Get your Liverpool tickets now!


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Anfield, Liverpool, United Kingdom
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Turf Moor - Burnley FC, Burnley, United Kingdom
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Anfield, Liverpool, United Kingdom
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Anfield, Liverpool, United Kingdom
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Stadium of Light, Sunderland, United Kingdom
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Villa Park, Birmingham, United Kingdom
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Anfield, Liverpool, United Kingdom
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Stamford Bridge, London, United Kingdom
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From £201.57 There are 56 tickets left
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Anfield, Liverpool, United Kingdom
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Goodison Park, Liverpool, United Kingdom
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Anfield, Liverpool, United Kingdom
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Anfield, Liverpool, United Kingdom
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St Mary's Stadium, Southampton, United Kingdom
From £201.59 There are 70 tickets left
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Anfield, Liverpool, United Kingdom
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Anfield, Liverpool, United Kingdom
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Anfield, Liverpool, United Kingdom
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Liberty Stadium, Swansea, United Kingdom
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Emirates Stadium, London, United Kingdom
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Anfield, Liverpool, United Kingdom
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KC Stadium, Hull, United Kingdom
From £132.40 There are 72 tickets left
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The Hawthorns, West Bromwich, United Kingdom
From £201.63 There are 44 tickets left
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Anfield, Liverpool, United Kingdom
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Stamford Bridge, London, United Kingdom
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Anfield, Liverpool, United Kingdom
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Britannia Stadium, Stoke-on-Trent, United Kingdom
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Anfield, Liverpool, United Kingdom
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Atatürk Olimpiyat Stadı, İstanbul, Turkey
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How well do you know your way around Anfield?

Thu 17:45 13 Nov
<strong><u>How well do you know your way around Anfield?</u></strong> Want to watch football at one of the legendary stadiums of Premier League football? Get tickets for Liverpool v Manchester United here at Ticketbis!

Anfield is synonymous with football. It has been home to Liverpool FC for more than one hundred years and has witnessed many a Liverpool triumph. With a capacity of 45,276 split over four stands (the Spion Kop, Main Stand, Centenary Stand and Anfield Road) it is the seventh largest football stadium in England. It is also one of Liverpool´s treasures after featuring in the 2008 European Capital of Culture celebrations. During this time it hosted a concert featuring The Zutons, Kaiser Chiefs and Paul McCartney. It has also been the finishing line for the city´s marathon, host to rugby, tennis and boxing matches and have been confirmed as one of the hosts for the 2015 Rugby World Cup!

The Anfield stadium is full of historic moments. It has seen Liverpool go undefeated on home turf during seven different seasons with the longest streak being eight-five matches in which two-hundred and twelve goals were scored and only thirty-five conceded! Two gates of the Anfield grounds are named after legendary managers Bill Shankly and Bob Paisley with a statue of Shankly sitting just outside the grounds.

The future looks bright for Anfield, with plans underway to expand the stadium to cater to the growing number of Liverpool fans. It was confirmed that the main stand would be increasing its capacity in the near future to give Anfield a total capacity of 58,000. This will make Anfield an even more accessible venue to watch top-flight football!

Bought your tickets to see Liverpool? What to do outside the stadium…

Thu 17:41 13 Nov
<strong><u>Bought your tickets to see Liverpool? What to do outside the stadium… </u></strong> Yes the home of the Beatles, and of course, Liverpool F.C. why not experience a little of the city before you head out to Anfield, and watch and The Reds do what they do best! As mentioned earlier, the stadium does host some wonderful tours, including the breath taking view seen at the famed Kop terrace. With the city priding itself as a centre of culture,it’s a safe bet to assume you don’t need to be a Liverpool fan to appreciate the Beatles, but it’s no excuse in missing out on The Beatles Story, a museum dedicated to the band and their exploits.

Of course, for such a big city it’s important to know the best modes of transport around the city, while taxis are two a dozen in the city, the bus and railare definitely the best way to traverse the city, with bus day tickets going for as little one pound fifty, and for the rail, an “all-areas” Day Saver will set you back four pound eighty.Of course, for those more adventurous and energy-efficient, you’ve always got the option of self-service bicycles to take you around the city, and for those who really want an experience, you can always meander down the Mersey on a ferry.To top it all off, you’ve even got theMerseytravelJourney Planner appyou can get for both Android and iOS, to help you get around.

Of course, no trip is complete without a bit of food and water, pre and post games!If you’re looking for a cheeky pub not far from Anfield, then there’s The Arkles or the Flat Iron, both of which are just as Away fan friendly! And let’s not forget, for those that are feeling peckish, there’san ever-traditional chip shop situated across the road!

Why buy tickets this season? What we can expect from Liverpool…

Thu 17:40 13 Nov
Liverpool are no strangers to domestic and European success but aren’t the same side that won a massive trophy haul in the 1970s and 80s. The Reds last won the Champions League after a memorable final in Istanbul in 2005 but you have to look all the way back to 1990 to see when they last topped what is now called the Premier League, then the First Division. Any fan will tell you that last year was Liverpool’s season; with a world-class striker in Suarez, who scored thirty-one league goals in total, they were certain to win the Premier League – before an unfortunate slip by Steven Gerrard, that is. The team suffered a defeat by Chelsea late in the season and were deprived of the three points they needed to come first.

With Luis Suarez now playing in Barcelona, Liverpool are left with a host of high-level signings tasked with filling the void of the Uruguayan. However, even high-profile transfers like £25m Adam Lallana and £20m DejanLovren have been unable to get Liverpool where they want to be and Brendan Rodgers’ side must do more if they want to be playing in the Champions League next season. Careless defeats against Chelsea and Manchester City have effectively ruled them out of a title bid and their performance in Europe makes it likely that they will be exiting the Champions League sooner than they would like. A 0-3 defeat at Anfield against European Champions Real Madrid gave the team from Merseyside a lot to think about and they will have to turn things around if they have any hope of replicating the class they displayed last season.Get your Liverpool v Manchester City and find out how they fare this time around.

How much do you know about Liverpool?

Thu 17:09 13 Nov
GENERAL INFORMATION
  • Year of foundation
    1892
  • Ground
    Anfield Stadium
  • Nicknames
    The Reds
CLUB RECORDS
  • Top 10 all-time scorers
    Ian Rush
    Roger Hunt
    Gordon Hodgson
    Billy Liddell
    Robbie Fowler
    Steven Gerrard
    Kenny Dalglish
    Michael Owen
    Harry Chambers
    Jack Parkinson
    Record
    Record win
    Record league victory
    Record defeat
    Record defeat at Anfield
    Record attendance
  • Number of goals
    346
    286
    241
    228
    183
    175
    172
    158
    151
    130
    Match
    Liverpool v Strømsgodset (UEFA Cup Winners' Cup,1974)
    Liverpool v Rotherham Town (1896)
    Liverpool v Birmingham City FC (1954)
    Liverpool v Sunderland (1930)
    Liverpool v Chelsea
  • Years
    1980 1987/1988 1996
    1958 1969
    1925 1936
    1938 1961
    1993 2001/2006 2007
    1998 present
    1977 1990
    1996 2004
    1915 1928
    1903 1914
    Result
    11 - 0
    10 - 1
    1 - 9
    0 - 6
    58.757
HONOURS
  • Domestic
    Premier League/First Division
    Second Division
    Lancashire League
    FA Cup
    League Cup
    FA Charity Cup/ Community Shield
    European
    European Cup/UEFA Champions League
    UEFA Cup
    UEFA Super Cup
  • Wins
    18
    4
    1
    7
    8
    15
    Wins
    5
    3
    3
  • Last season
    1989 - 1990
    1961 - 62
    1892 - 93
    2005 - 2006
    211 - 2012
    2005 - 2006
    Last season
    2004 - 05
    2000 - 01
    2004 - 2005
MANAGERS
  • Top 5 Managers
    Bob Paisley
    W. E. Barclay/John McKenna
    Kenny Dalglish
    Rafael Benítez
    Brendan Rodgers
  • Win %
    65,40
    60,63
    60,91
    56,29
    56
  • Years
    1974 - 1983
    1892 - 1896
    1985 - 1991
    2004 - 2010
    2012 - present