Liverpool Transfers

The Latest Liverpool FC Transfer News, Stories and Updates have been added below for 2021- 2022

Historical Transfer News and Team Gossip has been archived below:

Ever since the appointment of Brendan Rodgers as the new manager at Liverpool following the sacking of Kenny Dalglish at the end of the season there have been many widespread rumours regarding new arrivals at the club. Rodgers has clearly stated he is looking to bolster his options in the closed season and there has been much speculation about the players he may bring in and the players that may find themselves on the way out of Anfield.

One of the main stories regarding Liverpool this summer is the future of misfiring striker Andy Carroll who cost the Merseyside club thirty five million pounds at the start of 2011. The striker is thought to be the target of many premier league sides with former club Newcastle said to be leading the chase for the players signature. Rodgers has neither stated that Carroll will leave or stay this summer amid growing speculation that the player does not feature in the managers plans as he attempts to change the style that Liverpool have become so accustomed to playing in recent years.

Belgian international Kevin Mirallas is thought to be on the top of Rodgers list this summer as the Olympiakos player has been in sensational form for the Turkish side ever since arriving from St Etienne two seasons ago. The player has managed to put away thirty four goals in forty nine starts for his current side which is a phenomenal record but Liverpool may need to fend of interest from some of Europe’s top clubs if they are to sign the striker who has a six million pound get out clause within his current contract.

Liverpool are also said to be firm in the frame to sign want away Schalke midfielder Lewis Holtby as the twenty one year old tops the list of several of the top sides in Europe. Schalke though have been very quiet on this matter as they are said to not be interested in the slightest of losing one of their most influential players with Arsenal, Everton and Manchester United also said to be in for the player.

The signing of former Roma striker Fabio Borini has been seen as a major coup for Rodgers this summer as he has worked with and been a huge admirer of the player for some time. The twenty one year old has been in great form for his previous club and is seen as a great prospect for the Merseysiders. The Italian can also play as an attacking midfielder which will be another great boost for the squad as the long term future of Steven Gerrard is not as clear as it once was due to his ill fated injury prospects as he reaches the twilight of his career.

Liverpool Game Results

Liverpool Game Results for the 2016 – 2017 Season

May-17
 CompetitionFixtureDate
Premier LeagueLiverpool 0-0 SouthamptonSun 7 May
Premier LeagueWatford 0-1 LiverpoolMon 1 May
Apr-17
 CompetitionFixtureDate
Premier LeagueLiverpool 1-2 Crystal PalaceSun 23 Apr
Premier LeagueWest Bromwich Albion 0-1 LiverpoolSun 16 Apr
Premier LeagueStoke City 1-2 LiverpoolSat 8 Apr
Premier LeagueLiverpool 2-2 BournemouthWed 5 Apr
Premier LeagueLiverpool 3-1 EvertonSat 1 Apr
Mar-17
 CompetitionFixtureDate
Premier LeagueManchester City 1-1 LiverpoolSun 19 Mar
Premier LeagueLiverpool 2-1 BurnleySun 12 Mar
Premier LeagueLiverpool 3-1 ArsenalSat 4 Mar
Feb-17
 CompetitionFixtureDate
Premier LeagueLeicester City 3-1 LiverpoolMon 27 Feb
Premier LeagueLiverpool 2-0 Tottenham HotspurSat 11 Feb
Premier LeagueHull City 2-0 LiverpoolSat 4 Feb
Jan-17
 CompetitionFixtureDate
Premier LeagueLiverpool 1-1 ChelseaTue 31 Jan
FA Cup – Fourth RoundLiverpool 1-2 Wolverhampton WanderersSat 28 Jan
EFL Cup – Semi-FinalLiverpool 0-1 SouthamptonWed 25 Jan
(agg 0-2)
Premier LeagueLiverpool 2-3 Swansea CitySat 21 Jan
FA Cup – Third RoundPlymouth Argyle 0-1 LiverpoolWed 18 Jan
Premier LeagueManchester United 1-1 LiverpoolSun 15 Jan
EFL Cup – Semi-FinalSouthampton 1-0 LiverpoolWed 11 Jan
FA Cup – Third RoundLiverpool 0-0 Plymouth ArgyleSun 8 Jan
Premier LeagueSunderland 2-2 LiverpoolMon 2 Jan
Dec-16
 CompetitionFixtureDate
Premier LeagueLiverpool 1-0 Manchester CitySat 31 Dec
Premier LeagueLiverpool 4-1 Stoke CityTue 27 Dec
Premier LeagueEverton 0-1 LiverpoolMon 19 Dec
Premier LeagueMiddlesbrough 0-3 LiverpoolWed 14 Dec
Premier LeagueLiverpool 2-2 West Ham UnitedSun 11 Dec
Premier LeagueBournemouth 4-3 LiverpoolSun 4 Dec
Nov-16
 CompetitionFixtureDate
EFL Cup – Quarter-FinalLiverpool 2-0 Leeds UnitedTue 29 Nov
Premier LeagueLiverpool 2-0 SunderlandSat 26 Nov
Premier LeagueSouthampton 0-0 LiverpoolSat 19 Nov
Premier LeagueLiverpool 6-1 WatfordSun 6 Nov
Oct-16
 CompetitionFixtureDate
Premier LeagueCrystal Palace 2-4 LiverpoolSat 29 Oct
EFL Cup – Fourth RoundLiverpool 2-1 Tottenham HotspurTue 25 Oct
Premier LeagueLiverpool 2-1 West Bromwich AlbionSat 22 Oct
Premier LeagueLiverpool 0-0 Manchester UnitedMon 17 Oct
Premier LeagueSwansea City 1-2 LiverpoolSat 1 Oct
Sep-16
 CompetitionFixtureDate
Premier LeagueLiverpool 5-1 Hull CitySat 24 Sep
EFL Cup – Third RoundDerby County 0-3 LiverpoolTue 20 Sep
Premier LeagueChelsea 1-2 LiverpoolFri 16 Sep
Premier LeagueLiverpool 4-1 Leicester CitySat 10 Sep
Aug-16
 CompetitionFixtureDate
Premier LeagueTottenham Hotspur 1-1 LiverpoolSat 27 Aug
EFL Cup – Second RoundBurton Albion 0-5 LiverpoolTue 23 Aug
Premier LeagueBurnley 2-0 LiverpoolSat 20 Aug
Premier LeagueArsenal 3-4 LiverpoolSun 14 Aug
May-16
 CompetitionFixtureDate
Europa League – FinalLiverpool 1-3 SevillaWed 18 May
Premier LeagueWest Bromwich Albion 1-1 LiverpoolSun 15 May
Premier LeagueLiverpool 1-1 ChelseaWed 11 May
Mixed News

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'Little old Wales' will eye an upset against England and sometimes fairytales actually happen
On Tuesday night - as always - that national identity is pursued in the face of England and Englishness at this World Cup.

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Jordan Henderson set to replace 19-year-old Jude Bellingham for England's World Cup clash with Wales
The Liverpool captain replaced Jude Bellingham in midfield in the second half of the Three Lions' bore draw with USA on Friday, and is set to replace the teenager from the start on Tuesday.

Liverpool appoint Jonathan Power as their new club doctor
Power, who comes from West Derby in Liverpool, previously spent over four years as the England men's team performance medicine doctor between 2017 and 2021.

Liverpool enter talks with Saudi Arabian and Qatari consortiums over a potential £3BILLION takeover
The Mail on Sunday has learned that representatives of consortiums from Saudi Arabia and Qatar have expressed an interest in buying the club.

Jamie Carragher pokes fun at Gary Neville after he claimed 'players aren't fearful of Messi anymore'
Jamie Carragher and Gary Neville, Sky Sports colleagues in the studio, have traded banter online over the World Cup.

World Cup: Virgil van Dijk fires back at criticism from Dutch legend Marco van Basten
Virgil van Dijk has fired back at Marco van Basten after the Dutch legend criticised the Liverpool star's defending in his country's 1-1 draw with Ecuador.

GRAEME SOUNESS: Every World Cup team would have loved a player like my old mate 'Doc'
GRAEME SOUNESS: My mind has been drifting back to my Liverpool days since I heard that we'd lost one of the great men of the team that I played in.

European Super League pioneer quits after failing to convince Liverpool to perform U-turn
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'I'd love to' - Jamal Musiala sent Liverpool transfer message after World Cup heroics
The teenager has enjoyed an outstanding season in Germany and has carried that form into the World Cup

Alisson Becker's wife issues vow ahead of Brazil goalkeeper's clean sheet performance
Natalia Becker has travelled over to Qatar to watch the LFC number one in action

Gary Neville has got it wrong about Liverpool again and 'crazy' Manchester United price proves it
Gary Neville has been addressing both Manchester United and Liverpool being up for sale at the same time

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Southgate wary of Wales threat

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Southgate insists Foden will ‘play a big part’ in England’s World Cup

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Remembering the Holland side that suffered heartbreak in the 2010 World Cup final

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Liverpool in talks with Saudi and Qatari consortiums over takeover

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England star set to lose starting XI spot vs Wales due to underwhelming showing against USA: Reports

"They’ve got a realistic chance of signing him" - Arsenal backed to sign Liverpool and Real Madrid target

Liverpool ready to move for defender Chelsea failed to sign - Reports

“This is official” – Jose Enrique in disbelief as he reacts to confirmation that 21-year-old Premier League star is quicker than Liverpool forward Darwin Nunez

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The Liverpool Football Club Latest Football News for the 2021 – 2022 Football Season


  • Thu, 24 Nov 2022 20:15:26 +0000: Saudi government would back private bids for Manchester United or Liverpool - Liverpool | The Guardian
    • Sports minister talks of strong interest in English clubs
    • Saudi Arabia may also place a bid to host a future World Cup

    Prince Abdulaziz bin Turki Al Faisal, Saudi Arabia’s sports minister, has said his government would definitely support any private sector bids from the country for Manchester United or Liverpool.

    While the Saudi Public Investment Fund backed the purchase of Newcastle United last winter, Prince Abdulaziz said private businesses in his country have a strong interest in English football’s most successful clubs, with both instructing banks regarding potential investment or sale.

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  • Thu, 24 Nov 2022 11:59:32 +0000: Liverpool shocked by Julian Ward’s decision to quit as sporting director - Liverpool | The Guardian
    • Ward to leave at end of season after only few months in post
    • Sporting director role key to Liverpool’s success under Klopp

    Liverpool’s sporting director, Julian Ward, has decided to leave the club at the end of the season, only months after replacing Michael Edwards in the post.

    Ward officially succeeded the influential Edwards in the summer after being promoted from assistant sporting director, although he led Liverpool’s recruitment of Luis Díaz and Darwin Núñez before then while operating in a transitional leadership role.

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  • Wed, 23 Nov 2022 19:00:43 +0000: The Guardian view on Manchester United up for sale: give fans a say in the future | Editorial - Liverpool | The Guardian

    The Glazer family’s leveraged buyout of the club was a sporting scandal in plain sight

    The acquisition of Manchester United by the American Glazer family in 2005 was the most egregious example of carpet-bagging in sporting history. In order to buy one of the most famous and profitable football institutions in the world, the Glazers raised £540m worth of debt and then loaded it on to the club itself. Over the past 17 years, against a backdrop of supporter protests and a decline in performance on the pitch, the Glazer ownership has cost the club more than £1.5bn in interest payments, debt and other outgoings. The family have used Manchester United as their private ATM, personally extracting vast sums in dividend payments and “management fees”, and organising soft loans to their other companies. Their ruthlessly exploitative modus operandi has been a sporting scandal in plain sight.

    Little wonder then, that United supporters are jubilant at the sudden announcement that the Glazers are now open to offers for the club. The scuppering of unpopular plans for a lucrative European Super League, along with the post-Abramovich sale of Chelsea to American buyers for a £4.25bn investment, appears to have convinced the family that now might be the right time to cash out. Earlier this month, the American owners of Liverpool came to the same conclusion, putting another world-famous English institution on the market. According to Forbes, United are worth £3.9bn, but that figure may rise dramatically in a bidding war. Early reports suggest the Glazers may be hoping for £6bn.

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  • Wed, 23 Nov 2022 11:47:05 +0000: David Johnson, former Liverpool and England striker, dies aged 71 - Liverpool | The Guardian
    • Kenny Dalglish leads tributes to Johnson, aka ‘the Doc’
    • Johnson scored six goals in eight appearances for England

    The former Liverpool and England striker David Johnson has died at the age of 71. Johnson made 213 appearances and scored 78 goals in six years at Anfield. He also had two spells at Everton and played eight times for England, scoring six goals.

    Playing tribute to his former teammate at Anfield, Kenny Dalglish wrote on Twitter: “Sad news about the Doc. David was hugely popular in the dressing room. A really good guy and condolences to all his family. RIP DOC YNWA.”

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  • Thu, 17 Nov 2022 09:25:01 +0000: Liverpool and Juventus tracking Mason Mount with Chelsea talks on hold - Liverpool | The Guardian
    • No sign of breakthrough in negotiations over new contract
    • Édouard Mendy considering future after losing Chelsea place

    Liverpool and Juventus are keeping track of the growing uncertainty around Mason Mount’s future after Chelsea’s talks with the England midfielder over a new deal were put on hold until after the World Cup.

    Mount’s deal expires in just over 18 months and his situation has prompted clubs to check whether he could be lured away from Stamford Bridge. The 23-year-old has been in discussions with Chelsea since the summer and, with no sign of a breakthrough, negotiations are not expected to resume until January.

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Liverpool Games Fixtures

Liverpool Games Fixtures

May-17
 CompetitionFixtureDateKick-off 
Premier LeagueWest Ham United V LiverpoolSun 14 May14:15
Premier LeagueLiverpool V MiddlesbroughSun 21 May15:00

Liverpool FC

Liverpool Football Club was Established  in 1892 and the Football Club Nickname is The Reds.

A Brief History of Liverpool Football Club

Liverpool Football Club is one of the most successful clubs of all time, with plenty of European titles. The club was founded in 1892, and has an extraordinarily rich and compelling history. The club has gone through a number of changes and experienced good times and bad times over the years, which has contributed to the club’s status as one of the most followed football clubs in the world. Liverpool FC has a huge fan base around the world, and also has over 200 official supporter football clubs in 50 different countries.

Everton Football Club was the first official team to play in the Anfield stadium as a home ground. Anfield is now known as the home ground of Liverpool FC. In 1892, a dispute arose between Everton FC directors and Anfield Stadium owner John Houlding over the rent of the stadium. Due to this disagreement, Everton FC left the Anfield stadium and shifted to Goodison Park, leaving John Houlding with an empty stadium with no team to play on it.

Instead of renting out the stadium, Holding decided to build his own football club. When he formed the club, he originally wanted to name it Everton Athletic, but the English Football Association did not allow him to choose the name, which is why he named it Liverpool FC. Houlding applied for the membership of the first Division football league, but his application was rejected.

Liverpool FC joined the Lancashire league in 1892. Their first season at Lancashire league was a success, they won the league on goal average. In the same year, they also won the Liverpool District Cup by defeating Everton FC in the same season. After winning the Lancashire league, Liverpool reapplied for the English Football league and got entrance in the second division, and then later promoted for the First Division.

Early success of Liverpool

After the promotion to the First Division of English Football league in 1896, Liverpool won the first league title in 1901, and just 5 years later, they won their second league title in 1906. Although the league was not as competitive as it is now, this early success helped Liverpool to establish themselves as one of the top football clubs in English football. Liverpool won two consecutive league titles in 1922 and 1923. After two consecutive wins, the club gained immense popularity. The club’s fan base grew rapidly and more football fans began to support Liverpool.

The Bill Shankly era

Liverpool won the First Division Football League for the fifth time after 23 years in 1946-47. Later on, the club suffered due to inconsistent performance in the post WWII era. The 1953-54 was the worst season for Liverpool FC, the club was relegated to the second division. In the 1958-59 FA Cup, Liverpool lost against Worcester City, which was a non-league club. It was the toughest period of the club, to bring Liverpool FC back into the game, ex-Scottish right-half Bill Shankly was hired as manager in 1959.

Shankly brought some new life to the club by making some difficult decisions. According to Shankly, the Liverpool squad he inherited consisted mostly of average players, so he decided to release 24 players from the squad. To build a team that could perform consistently throughout the season, he hired some of the best players in the league. Shankly’s management skills were exceptional, his method of selecting players, training and engaging fans was unique, revolutionary, and highly successful.

Shankly’s unconventional management techniques paid off quickly. Liverpool won the second division football league in 1961-62, and successfully returned to the first division in the next season. Under his command, Liverpool won one Second Division Football League (1961–62), three First Division League (1963–64, 1965–66, and 1972–73), two FA Cup titles in (1964–65, and 1973–74), three FA Charity Shields (1964, 1965, and 1966), and one UEFA Cup (1972-73). Bill Shankly retired as a manager at the age of 60.

The Paisley Era

Bob Paisley worked as an assistant at Liverpool FC under Bill Shanky’s management, and after Shanky’s retirement, he was appointed as head coach of Liverpool FC. It was a difficult challenge for him to carry on the legacy of the club’s greatest manager, Bill Shanky, but he exceeded all expectations. Under Paisley management, Liverpool was a team that was extraordinarily consistent. During the Paisley era, Liverpool remained one of the most dominant clubs in English football.

As a manager, Paisley led Liverpool to win 20 major honors in just 10 years. He is still the most successful manager in the history of Liverpool. Under his management, Liverpool won six First Division Football league titles (1975–76, 1976–77, 1978–79, 1979–80, 1981–82, and 1982–83), three League Cup (1980–81, 1981–82, 1982–83), six FA Charity Shields (1974, 1976, 1977, 1979, 1980, and 1982), three European Cup titles  (1976–77, 1977–78, and 1980–81), one UEFA Cup (1975–76), and one UEFA Super Cup (1977).

After winning the Football league in 1983, Paisley announced his retirement as manager. He served almost 44 years at Liverpool in different positions, and became one of the most successful club managers in the history of English football. He also served as club director for seven years. After Paisley, Joe Fagan was hired as new manager of the club, he helped Liverpool to win European Cup, League Cup, and First Division League title in one season 1983-84.

Kenny Dalglish Era

After Fagan’s retirement, Kenny Dalglish, also known as King Kenny, became the manager of the Liverpool FC. He was the first person in the history of English football to be a player and manager of the club at the same time. This not only makes him unique, but also shows his great talents and abilities as a football player. Dalglish worked as a manager from 1985 to 1991 for Liverpool FC, and he was again hired for a season in 2011.

The Scottish striker also became one of the greatest strikers of Liverpool by scoring 172 goals in 515 games. As a manager, he won 11 trophies for the club, including three First Division (1985–86, 1987–88, and 1989–90), two FA Cup (1985–86, 1988–89), one Football League Cup (2011–12), one Football League Super Cup (1985–86), and four FA Charity Shield (1986, 1988, 1989, 1990).

The Heysel and Hillsborough Disasters

When we talk about Liverpool FC, we can’t forget the two biggest tragedies in the history of English football. There were two terrible catastrophes during the Kenny Dalglish era. In 1985, Liverpool played in the European Cup final against Juventus in Belgium. During the match, Liverpool supporters started throwing stones at Juventus supporters. Juventus fans ran backwards and thousands were pushed against the wall, killing 39 Juventus fans. More than 600 people were injured in the disaster. In consequence, all English football clubs were banned from participating in any European competition for next 5 years, and Liverpool FC was banned for 6 years.

Following the ban on European competitions, English clubs focused on domestic competitions. Under the management of Dalglish, Liverpool continued their enthusiasm and won two more league titles in 1986 and 1988. In 1989, Liverpool played in the FA Cup semi-final against Nottingham Forest, during which the club suffered another tragedy. Poor security and crowded stadiums caused chaos and many people were pushed towards the security fence, resulting in several deaths. 97 football fans died and over 750 were injured because of the tragedy. Heysel and Hillsborough incidents are certainly two worst stadium disasters in the history of English football.

Liverpool FC in Premier League

After rebranding in 1992, the English Premier League became the official name for First-Division Football League. Liverpool’s EPL record of EPL is not very dominating. Although the club maintained its position as one of the top football clubs in English football, it did not win the league title until 2019-20. After 27 years, Liverpool won the Premier League under the management of Jurgen Klopp. Liverpool won the league with 99 points, and won 32 out of 38 matches. Stay up to date with new developments at the club with the Football24-7 dedicated Liverpool News page.

Although Liverpool FC have won just one league title, the club has produced some of the best footballers in the history of modern football. Some of them are Steven Gerrard, Fernando Torres, Luis Suarez, Robbie Fowler, Michael Owen, and Xabi Alonso. Liverpool FC earned huge revenue by selling these football legends to other clubs. According to Premier League statistics of the last 28 seasons, Liverpool has an average fourth-place finish in the league.

Interesting Facts about Liverpool FC

There are few amazing and interesting facts you should know as a Liverpool fan. We have put together a list of some interesting facts about LFC.

Anfield once belonged to Everton – Everton FC rented Anfield as a home ground from 1884 to 1891, when they moved to Goodison Park owing to a dispute between the club’s management and Anfield’s owner, John Houlding. Houlding founded his own football club named Liverpool FC.

Liverpool wasn’t always red – Liverpool are known today as ‘The Red’, but they did not always wear red as the home color. Initially, Liverpool wore a white and blue striped shirts and white shorts. In 1896, Liverpool changed the home kit to red for the first time.

Liverpool’s best and worst record – Liverpool FC has the worst performance against Man United with a win percentage of just 32%. On the other hand, their best winning percentage is 73% against Watford.

Player-manager simultaneously – Kenny Dalglish was the first person in the history of English football, who was a player and manager at the same time in Liverpool FC. He won three First Division Football league titles and two FA Cup titles for Liverpool.

Anfield capacity – Anfield the home to Liverpool FC is one of the most famous football stadiums in the world. The stadium has four stands including, the Kop, Centenary Stand, Anfield Road End and Main Stand. After the redevelopment of the stadium, it has the seating capacity of 54,074.

First ever game on TV – the first ever game that was aired on TV was Liverpool vs Arsenal in 1964. They were also featured in the first match ever telecast in color in November 1969.

Liverpool Honours List

Liverpool FC is the most successful football club in the history of English football, having won 48 major trophies. The are the only English club to win six European Cup. Below is the complete detail of major trophies and titles won by Liverpool FC.

19 Premier League / First Division Football League titles – Liverpool have won 18 First Division Football League titles and one Premier League title, making a total of 19 league titles, including, 1900–01, 1905–06, 1921–22, 1922–23, 1946–47, 1963–64, 1965–66, 1972–73, 1975–76, 1976–77, 1978–79, 1979–80, 1981–82, 1982–83, 1983–84, 1985–86, 1987–88, 1989–90, and 2019-20.

8 EFL Cup/ Carabao Cup – The Reds also have the record for most EFL Cup wins, also known as the Carabao Cup. Apart from Liverpool, Manchester City is the only club to have won the EFL Cup eight times.  Liverpool won 8 EFL Cup titles in 1980–81, 1981–82, 1982–83, 1983–84, 1994–95, 2000–01, 2002–03, and 2011–12.

7 FA Cup – Liverpool have won the FA Cup seven times, including 1965, 1974, 1986, 1989, 1992, 2001, and 2006.  You can learn more about betting on Liverpool winning more trophies, read more about this with the Football24-7 Acca betting guide.

6 European Cup/UEFA Champions League – Liverpool is the first English club to win six European Cups / UEFA Champions league titles, including 1977 (Rome), 1978 (London), 1981 (Paris), 1984 (Rome), 2005 (Istanbul), 2019 (Madrid).

Additional Club Honours

15 FA Community/Charity Shield – Liverpool has 15 FA community/Charity Shield titles. Only Manchester United and Arsenal have more FA Community/Charity Shield titles than Liverpool. They won in 1964, 1965, 1966, 1974, 1976, 1977, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1986, 1988, 1989, 1990, 2001, and 2006.

4 UEFA Super Cup – Liverpool FC is the only English football club with 4 UEFA Super Cup. They won the UEFA Super Cup in 1977 (Hamburg), 2001 (Monaco), 2005 (Monaco), and 2019 (Istanbul).

3 UEFA Cup / UEFA Europa League – Liverpool is also the only English football club that won 3 UEFA Europa League titles, including 1973, 1976, and 2001.

1 FIFA Club World Cup – The Reds won the FIFA Club World Cup in 2019 in Qatar.

The Contact Details for Liverpool Football Club are as follows:

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The Football Club Manager is: Jürgen Klopp

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