Two lucky Liverpool fans were selected at random to install special 125th anniversary corner flags on the pitch at Anfield for Saturday's game against Burnley.
Liverpool FC today celebrated the 125th anniversary of its first game as 125 young local fans and former players came together to form a special guard of honour ahead of the Reds' meeting with Burnley.
Special corner flags have been installed at Anfield for today's Premier League meeting with Burnley as part of Liverpool FC's 125th anniversary celebrations.
Liverpool FC will celebrate the 125th anniversary of the club's first ever game at Anfield today.
Throughout LFC's 125th anniversary year, Liverpoolfc.com will retrace the club's history through the striking images that plot a fascinating journey.
Liverpool FC will celebrate the 125th anniversary of its first ever fixture, against Rotherham Town at Anfield in September 1892, at the Premier League match with Burnley on Saturday.
During an association with the club that lasted over half a century, Arthur Riley upheld a family tradition that begun with his father Bert way back in 1908.
Steven Gerrard's leadership skills on the pitch were well known, but the latest instalment in a special Standard Chartered video series puts the spotlight on his inspirational influence away from football.
Rated by many as the greatest Liverpool goalkeeper of all-time, Ray Clemence was undoubtedly the leader in his field in Europe during the 1970s and one of the key factors in the Reds' unstoppable march to glory during a success-strewn Anfield decade.
As part of our celebrations of Liverpool FC's 125th anniversary year, we have asked several esteemed writers to offer their view on what exactly makes the club so special.