NewsLiverpool FC surpasses nine million subscribers on YouTube
Liverpool FC has become the first Premier League club to surpass nine million subscribers on its official YouTube channel.
The Reds reached the impressive milestone on Monday, which comes following its relaunch in May 2018 when the platform reached a million followers immediately. The top-performing video to date has more than 46 million views.
The channel brings fans from across the world closer to LFC with exclusive, award-winning content. They can also rewatch their favourite moments in the club's history – for example, the famous Champions League comeback against Barcelona at Anfield.
Supporters have access to both men's and women's match highlights, the hugely popular Inside Anfield and Inside Training, while live press conferences from Jürgen Klopp can be streamed ahead of each fixture.
As the channel now targets the next landmark of 10 million subscribers, hit the subscribe button to ensure you don't miss out on lots more exciting content – including the new 'A Day With…' feature and the return of Bezzies, back by popular demand.
Drew Crisp, LFC's senior vice-president of digital, said: "This is an amazing milestone for the club to reach over nine million subscribers on YouTube and to be the most-watched Premier League club on this platform.
"It's not the number that matters, more that it shows how much our original content connects with Liverpool fans and football fans in general around the world. It's one of the ways in which we can help connect the club to our growing global fan base."
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