Records

Matches

Record victory:

11-0 v Strømsgodset (European Cup Winners' Cup first round, Sept 1974)

Record defeat:

1-9 v Birmingham (Division Two, Dec 1954)

Record League win:

10-1 Rotherham Town (Division Two, Feb 1896)

Record FA Cup win:

9-0 Newton (second qualifier, Oct 1892)
8-0 Swansea (third round replay, Jan 1990)

Record FA Cup defeat:

0-5 Bolton Wanderers (fourth round, first-leg, Jan 1946)

Record League Cup win:

10-0 Fulham (second round, first-leg, Sept 1986)

Record League Cup defeat:

3-6 Arsenal (fifth round, Jan 2007)

Most league wins in a season:

30 wins from 42 games (1978-79)

Fewest league wins in a season:

7 wins from 30 games (1894-95)

Most league defeats in a season:

23 defeats from 42 games (1953-54)

Fewest defeats in a season:

Unbeaten for 28 games (1893-94)

Most goals scored in a season:

106 in 30 games (1895-86)

Fewest goals scored in a season:

42 in 34 games (1901-02)
42 in 42 games (1970-71)

Most goals conceded in a season:

97 in 42 games (1953-54)

Longest unbeaten run at home:

85 matches (all competitions between Jan 1978-Jan 1981)

Longest unbeaten run overall:

25 matches (all competitions between March-Sept 1982)

Record run without conceding a goal:

Pepe Reina - 11 matches (Oct-Dec 2005)

Most games at Anfield without conceding:

10 games (Oct 2005-Jan 2006)
10 games (Jan 1920-April 1920)

First match:

Liverpool 6–1 Rotherham Town (friendly, Sept 1892)

First Lancashire League match:

Liverpool 8–0 Higher Walton (Sept 1892) 

First Football League match:

Liverpool 2–0 Middlesbrough Ironopolis (Second Division, Sept 1893)

First FA Cup match:

Liverpool 4-0 Nantwich (first qualifying round, Oct 1892)

First League Cup match:

Liverpool 1–1 Luton Town (second round, Oct 1960)

First European match:

Liverpool 5–0 KR Reykjavik (European Cup, first round, Aug 1964)

Record defeat:

1–9 against Birmingham City (Second Division, Dec 1954)

Record defeat at Anfield:

0–6 against Sunderland (First Division, April 1930)

Record-scoring defeat:

2–9 against Newcastle United (First Division, Jan 1934)