To mark the 20th anniversary of Hillsborough, LFC TV have been broadcasting a series of specially-commissioned programmes which supporters all over the world can watch on demand for FREE right now.

Simply click on the programmes from the list below to watch them in full as we remember and pay tribute to those who lost their lives on April 15, 1989.


2009 Hillsborough Memorial Service>>

The memorial service to mark the 20th anniversary of the Hillsborough disaster is available to watch for free and on demand right now on


LFC TV goes behind the scenes at Elevator Studios in Liverpool for the recording of a new specially-commissioned version of 'Fields of Anfield Road'. The Lord Mayor, Councillor Steve Rotherham, Kenny Dalglish and Phil Thompson all speak in studio about why they’re proud to be involved in the project.

Former Red Gary Gillespie, Liverpool Echo journalist Tony Barrett and local playwright Dave Kirby are in our studios to take your calls in a two-hour This is Anfield special.


Out of the tragedy that was Hillsborough, some incredibly emotive poetry emerged. Liverpool poet Roger McGough, Dave Kirby, Nicky Allt and others recite some of the most moving poems you'll hear this year.

Three fans - two supporting Liverpool, one supporting Celtic - recall the first match to take place after the Hillsborough disaster on an emotionally charged night in Glasgow.

Former Liverpool star Ray Houghton reflects on the group of players who made the fateful trip to Hillsborough on April 15 and looks back on their season up to and after that fateful day.

20 years on from the disaster that cost 96 Liverpool fans their lives, LFC TV remembers the saddest day in the club's history with an updated version our hard-hitting Hillsborough documentary.




Three supporters describe their own experiences on the day of the disaster; reflect on how they coped in the day and weeks that followed the tragedy and debate why the fight for justice is still so strong 20 years on.


Members of the LFC family - current and former players and fans and family members - open up about what the Hillsborough disaster means to them personally.