Liverpool FC are set to celebrate the 125th anniversary of the club's first ever game when they face Burnley at Anfield on September 16.
On the 125th anniversary of Liverpool's first ever match, a brand new history section has launched on Liverpoolfc.com to celebrate the club's achievements.
As the celebrations of Liverpool Football Club's 125th anniversary year continue, a unique animation has been released to remember its first ever game, which took place on September 1, 1892.
On this day in 1892, Liverpool Football Club played its first ever match.
In the first of Standard Chartered's fascinating series of factors that make Liverpool FC so special, Steven Gerrard, Jürgen Klopp, John Barnes, Sami Hyypia and Jordan Henderson outline what it means to captain the Reds.
The almost forgotten man of Bill Shankly’s fabled backroom team, Reuben Bennett’s value to the club was unquantifiable and he remains a legendary figure among all those who worked with him.
Throughout LFC's 125th anniversary year, Liverpoolfc.com will retrace the club's history through the striking images that plot a fascinating journey.
To commemorate Liverpool FC's 125th anniversary year, Standard Chartered is set to take fans on a journey through the numbers that make the club so special.
The ultimate role model for all aspiring local youngsters, Jamie Carragher's meteoric rise from Youth Cup winner to European champion was a refreshing breath of fresh air amid an era of big-money foreign imports.
Superstar of the 1970s, owner of football's most famous 'bubble' perm, and a dynamic attacking force that helped inspire Liverpool to success during a glorious period in Anfield history, there can be no denying Kevin Keegan's status as a true legend of this club.