Liverpool FC has welcomed 18 new Official Liverpool FC Supporters Clubs (OLSCs) to the family.

This season’s intake of OLSCs span North America (Albuquerque, Long Beach, Madison, Delaware, Edmonton, Halifax, Miami and Nashville), Central America (Costa Rica), China (Beijing, Chengdu and Shenzhen), Africa (Nigeria and Tanzania), Asia (Maldives and Sabah) and Europe (Liechtenstein and Montenegro) - bringing over 2,000 new fans to the branch network.

The new members join over 149,000 fellow Reds in being officially recognised for their incredible support of Liverpool FC around the world.

Peter Moore, chief executive officer of Liverpool FC, said: “Each year, we’re thrilled to welcome even more Official Liverpool FC Supporters Clubs into the LFC family.

“Supporting the club from afar is something I have experienced personally - it’s great to have a network like this where fans can come together to support their team.

“Sharing the love of our club with others is a really special feeling, and it’s fantastic to see so many groups bringing supporters together across the world.”

Unofficial LFC Supporters Clubs began to form back in the late 1960s, and in 1993 the club decided to formalise these groups with the creation of the International Supporters Clubs (ISC) network - known today as the OLSC network. There are now 288 branches present in 93 countries worldwide. 

For more information on OLSCs and how to find your nearest branch, please click here