What is LFC TV?
LFC TV is the official television channel of Liverpool FC.
How can I watch LFC TV?
If you live in the UK and Ireland, you can watch LFC TV on Sky Channel 434 and on Virgin Media Channel 544. The channel is also available to watch live online - anywhere in the world - on the official Liverpool Football Club website as part of the LFCTV Online package.
How much does it cost to watch the channel on TV?
LFC TV is currently free to all fans who have the basic Sky package and is available to fans who have the XL Package on Virgin.
Didn't LFC TV used to be a subscription channel?
LFC TV was originally part of the Setanta Sports Pack subscription when it launched in September 2007. When Setanta Sports collapsed in June 2009, the club took the decision to make LFC TV free to view for all supporters.
What sort of shows can I watch on LFC TV?
If you're interested in the latest news from Anfield, Melwood and the Academy, make sure you tune into 'LFC Now' at 6pm every night. If it's football action you're after, don't miss 'The Match' and 'Action Replay'. There's classic games covered with 'Cup Kings', in-depth interviews with legends past and present in the form of our 'Sixty Minutes' series and all the latest from the youngsters in our 'Academy' and 'Academy Review' programmes. If you want to get involved and share your opinions with fellow fans from all over the world, make sure you give us a call or drop us an email when 'This is Anfield' comes on and don't miss our Kop 10 countdown shows - when we settle a few pub arguments and probably kick start a whole load more. 'Press Box' sees three journalists debate the issues of the day while 'Kop Talkin' sees the spotlight turned on the supporters as the fans take centre stage in the studio.
What is the most watched show ever on LFC TV?
The most watched show ever on LFC TV was the live broadcast of the pre-season friendly between Liverpool and Tranmere on July 12 2008. The second most watched show ever on LFC TV was the live coverage of the 20th Hillsborough Memorial Service from Anfield on April 15 2009.
What guests can I expect to see on LFC TV?
As a club with such an amazing history, there's no shortage of Liverpool legends to call upon to come on LFC TV and share their fantastic memories of pulling on the famous Red shirt. From the biggest names who lifted the biggest trophies to the players who maybe never got to reach those lofty heights or enjoy the wealth the game offers today, we've had them all on LFC TV. Among the many former players who have appeared and continue to appear on the channel are Alan Kennedy, Kenny Dalglish, Brian Hall, David Speedie, David Johnson, Dean Saunders, Ian Callaghan, Ian Rush, Jan Molby, Jimmy Case, Joey Jones, John Aldridge, Mark Wright, Michael Thomas, Luis Garcia, Phil Neal, Ronnie Moran, Roy Evans, Ronnie Whelan, Stan Collymore, Steve McMahon, Mike Marsh, Tommy Smith, Tommy Lawrence, Alan A'Court, Peter Cormack, Gordon Milne, Ian St John, Chris Lawler, Peter Beardsley, Neil Mellor, John Barnes, Gary Gillespie, David Fairclough, Rob Jones, Terry McDermott, Ray Clemence, John Wark, Jerzy Dudek, Bruce Grobbelaar, Mark Lawrenson, Ray Houghton, Steve McManaman, Robbie Fowler, Steve Harkness and Gary McAllister.
It's not just former players who appear on the show however - actor Neil Fitzmaurice, comedian John Bishop, singer Peter Hooton, Daily Mirror columnist Brian Reade, broadcaster John Keith, historian Frank Carlisle, Times journalist Tony Barrett and writers Nicky Allt, Dave Kirby and Kevin Sampson are all regular guests on the LFC TV sofa.
If I miss a programme on LFC TV, is there any way I can watch it later?
Yes, all LFC TV programmes are available to watch again online for seven days after the programme is first shown. Click here to find out more.