Liverpool
Full proper noun Liverpool Football Social club
Nickname(south) The Reds
Curt name LFC
Founded iii June 1892; 129 years ago
 (1892-06-03)
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Ground Anfield
Capacity 53,394[2]
Owner Fenway Sports Group
Chairman Tom Werner
Manager Jürgen Klopp
League Premier League
2020–21 Premier League, 3rd of 20
Website Club website

Home colours

Abroad colours

Third colours


Current flavour

Liverpool Football Club
() (originally,

Everton Athletics

in 1892) is a professional association football club based in Liverpool, Merseyside, England. They play in the Premier League, the top tier of English football. The club has won vi European Cups, an English social club record, three UEFA Cups, 4 UEFA Super Cups, xix League titles (including 1 Premier League), seven FA Cups, a tape 8 EFL Cups, championship and 1 FIFA Club World Cup title. Liverpool is the honorest English club with 48 official trophies in total. Liverpool’southward canticle is “You lot’ll Never Walk Alone”.

History

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Liverpool won their first League championship in 1901, and their 2nd in 1906. Liverpool played their first FA Loving cup concluding in 1914, losing i–0 to Burnley. The virtually contempo FA Cup victory by Liverpool was accomplished in 2005-06 season, increasing their tally to 7 FA Cups. The last domestic cup trophy Liverpool won was the EFL Cup in February 2012, after beating Cardiff Urban center, increasing Liverpool’s tally to 8 League Cup. Liverpool accept besides won the Champions League half dozen times, the most of any British side. Liverpool’s fifth UCL success was in Istanbul in 2005. The game was won after Liverpool tied 3–three with A.C. Milan, later on being down 3–0 at half-fourth dimension. The Reds then won the penalty shootout, partly due to goalkeeper Jerzy Dudek’s saves. Liverpool F.C.‘southward 6th and virtually contempo UCL success was in 2019 when they beat fellow Premier League club Tottenham Hotspur 2-0 in Madrid. Liverpool F.C. have won England’s height-flight football league nineteen times. Liverpool F.C.’s most contempo trophy was won during the 2019-xx Premier League flavor, handing the club their outset domestic title later on thirty years, the last time being in the English Start Division season of 1989-90. In other domestic competitions, Liverpool take won fifteen Clemency/Customs Shields. Intentionally; Liverpool F.C. have won 4 UEFA Super Cup, 3 UEFA Cups & were crowned FIFA Society World Cup Champions in 2019 naming the Reds Champions of the World for the showtime fourth dimension in social club history.

Liverpool has had two tragedies in their history. The first was the Heysel Stadium disaster of 1985, which led to the expiry of 39 Juventus fans and the 2d was the Hillsborough disaster in 1989, which lead to the deaths of 96 Liverpool fans.

Honours

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League

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  • First Division/Premier League

    • Winners (19):
      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, 2019-20
  • Second Division

    • Winners (iv):
      1893–94, 1895–96, 1904–05, 1961–62
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European

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  • European Cup/UEFA Champions League

    • Winners (6):
      1976–77, 1977–78, 1980–81, 1983–84, 2004–05, 2018–19
  • UEFA Cup

    • Winners (3):
      1972–73, 1975–76, 2000–01
  • European Super Cup/UEFA Super Cup

    • Winners (4):
      1977, 2001, 2005, 2019

Club World Cup

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  • Winners (1):
    2019

Domestic Cups

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  • FA Loving cup

    • Winners (seven):
      1964–65, 1973–74, 1985–86, 1988–89, 1991–92, 2000–01, 2005–06
  • Football League Cup

    • Winners (8):
      1980–81, 1981–82, 1982–83, 1983–84, 1994–95, 2000–01, 2002–03, 2011–12 (record)
  • FA Clemency / Community Shield

    • Winners (xv):
      1964*, 1965*, 1966, 1974*, 1976, 1977*, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1986*, 1988, 1989, 1990*, 2001, 2006 (* shared)
  • Sheriff of London Charity Shield:

    • Winners (one):
      1906

League positions

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Season League Position
2000/01 Premier League 3rd
2001/02 Premier League 2nd
2002/03 Premier League 5th
2003/04 Premier League 4th
2004/05 Premier League fifth
2005/06 Premier League third
2006/07 Premier League 3rd
2007/08 Premier League fourth
2008/09 Premier League 2d
2009/10 Premier League seventh
2010/11 Premier League 6th
2011/12 Premier League 8th
2012/13 Premier League 7th
2013/fourteen Premier League 2nd
2014/15 Premier League 6th
2015/16 Premier League 8th
2016/17 Premier League 4th
2017/eighteen Premier League 4th
2018/19 Premier League 2nd
2019/20 Premier League Champions (1st)
2020/21 Premier League 3rd

Quondam League Positions

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  • 1893/94 : Second Partition – Champions
  • 1894/95 : Get-go Partitioning – 16th
  • 1895/96 : Second Sectionalisation – Champions
  • 1896/97 : First Division – 5th
  • 1897/98 : Beginning Division – 9th
  • 1898/99 : First Partition – second
  • 1899/00 : Start Sectionalization – tenth
  • 1900/01 : First Division – Champions
  • 1901/02 : First Division – 11th
  • 1902/03 : First Division – 5th
  • 1903/04 : Kickoff Sectionalisation – 17th
  • 1904/05 : Second Division – Champions
  • 1905/06 : Offset Division – Champions
  • 1906/07 : First Segmentation – 15th
  • 1907/08 : Commencement Division – 8th
  • 1908/09 : First Division – 16th
  • 1909/10 : First Division – 2nd
  • 1910/xi : First Division – 13th
  • 1911/12 : Outset Division – 17th
  • 1912/thirteen : Start Partitioning – 12th
  • 1913/fourteen : Kickoff Division – 16th
  • 1914/15 : First Division – 13th
  • 1919/20 : First Sectionalisation – 4th
  • 1920/21 : Offset Division – quaternary
  • 1921/22 : Start Sectionalisation – Champions
  • 1922/23 : Kickoff Division – Champions
  • 1923/24 : First Sectionalization – twelfth
  • 1924/25 : First Division – quaternary
  • 1925/26 : First Partition – 7th
  • 1926/27 : First Segmentation – 9th
  • 1927/28 : Kickoff Partitioning – 16th
  • 1928/29 : First Division – 5th
  • 1929/30 : First Division – twelfth
  • 1930/31 : First Division – ninth
  • 1931/32 : First Division – 10th
  • 1932/33 : First Division – 14th
  • 1933/34 : First Division – 18th
  • 1934/35 : Commencement Division – 7th
  • 1935/36 : Commencement Division – 19th
  • 1936/37 : First Division – 18th
  • 1937/38 : First Partitioning – 11th
  • 1938/39 : First Division – 11th
  • 1939/40 : Beginning Partitioning – –
  • 1946/47 : First Division – Champions
  • 1947/48 : Start Sectionalization – 11th
  • 1948/49 : Outset Division – 12th
  • 1949/50 : First Partition – eighth
  • 1950/51 : First Division – 9th
  • 1951/52 : First Division – 11th
  • 1952/53 : First Division – 17th
  • 1953/54 : Offset Sectionalisation – 22nd
  • 1954/55 : 2nd Division – 11th
  • 1955/56 : Second Partition – third
  • 1956/57 : Second Division – 3rd
  • 1957/58 : Second Partition – 4th
  • 1958/59 : 2d Division – 4th
  • 1959/threescore : 2d Sectionalization – tertiary
  • 1960/61 : Second Segmentation – 3rd
  • 1961/62 : Second Division – Champions
  • 1962/63 : First Partitioning – eighth
  • 1963/64 : Commencement Division – Champions
  • 1964/65 : First Division – 7th
  • 1965/66 : Start Division – Champions
  • 1966/67 : First Sectionalisation – 5th
  • 1967/68 : Commencement Division – tertiary
  • 1968/69 : First Partitioning – second
  • 1969/lxx : First Partition – 5th
  • 1970/71 : First Partitioning – 5th
  • 1971/72 : First Segmentation – 3rd
  • 1972/73 : First Partitioning – Champions
  • 1973/74 : First Partition – 2nd
  • 1974/75 : First Division – 2nd
  • 1975/76 : Beginning Division – Champions
  • 1976/77 : First Sectionalization – Champions
  • 1977/78 : Offset Division – 2nd
  • 1978/79 : First Division – Champions
  • 1979/80 : First Segmentation – Champions
  • 1980/81 : First Division – 5th
  • 1981/82 : First Division – Champions
  • 1982/83 : Outset Division – Champions
  • 1983/84 : Kickoff Sectionalisation – Champions
  • 1984/85 : First Partitioning – 2d
  • 1985/86 : Offset Division – Champions
  • 1986/87 : First Division – 2nd
  • 1987/88 : First Sectionalisation – Champions
  • 1988/89 : Outset Sectionalization – 2nd
  • 1989/xc : Starting time Partitioning – Champions
  • 1990/91 : Kickoff Partition – 2nd
  • 1991/92 : First Sectionalization – 6th
  • 1992/93 : Premier League – 6th
  • 1993/94 : Premier League – 8th
  • 1994/95 : Premier League – 4th
  • 1995/96 : Premier League – 3rd
  • 1996/97 : Premier League – 4th
  • 1997/98 : Premier League – 3rd
  • 1998/99 : Premier League – 7th
  • 1999/00 : Premier League – 4th


Offset-squad squad


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As of 6 Oct 2020
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Annotation: Flags indicate national team as defined nether FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Histrion
i GK

Brazil
Brazil
Alisson
3 MF

Brazil
Brazil
Fabinho
4 DF

Netherlands
Netherlands
Virgil van Dijk
(3rd captain)
half dozen MF

Spain
Spain
Thiago Alcântara
vii MF

England
England
James Milner
(vice-captain)
8 MF

Guinea
Guinea
Naby Keïta
9 FW

Brazil
Brazil
Roberto Firmino
10 FW

Senegal
Senegal
Sadio Mané
eleven FW

Egypt
Egypt
Mohamed Salah
12 DF

England
England
Joe Gomez
thirteen GK

Spain
Espana
Adrián
xiv MF

England
England
Hashemite kingdom of jordan Henderson
(captain)
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15 MF

England
England
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain
17 MF

England
England
Curtis Jones
No. Pos. Nation Thespian
20 FW

Portugal
Portugal
Diogo Jota
21 DF

Greece
Greece
Kostas Tsimikas
23 MF

Switzerland
Switzerland
Xherdan Shaqiri
26 DF

Scotland
Scotland
Andrew Robertson
27 FW

Belgium
Kingdom of belgium
Divock Origi
32 DF

Cameroon
Cameroon
Joël Matip
47 DF

England
England
Nathaniel Phillips
58 MF

Wales
Wales
Ben Woodburn
59 MF

Wales
Wales
Harry Wilson
62 GK

Republic of Ireland
Ireland
Caoimhín Kelleher
66 DF

England
England
Trent Alexander-Arnold
67 MF

England
England
Harvey Elliott
72 DF

Netherlands
Netherlands
Sepp van den Berg
76 DF

Wales
Wales
Neco Williams
28 DF

England
England
Ben Davies

Out on loan

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Annotation: Flags indicate national team as divers under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than than 1 not-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Histrion
16 MF

Serbia
Serbia
Marko Grujić
(at Porto until xxx June 2021)
22 GK

Germany
Deutschland
Loris Karius
(at Union Berlin until thirty June 2021)
54 MF

England
England
Sheyi Ojo
(at Cardiff Urban center until 30 June 2021)
No. Pos. Nation Player
73 GK

Poland
Poland
Kamil Grabara
(at AGF until 30 June 2021)
FW

Nigeria
Nigeria
Taiwo Awoniyi
(at Union Berlin until 30 June 2021)
18 FW

Japan
Nihon
Takumi Minamino
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Society captains

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Since the establishment of the club in 1892, 45 players have been social club helm of Liverpool F.C.[5]
Andrew Hannah became the start captain of the lodge after Liverpool separated from Everton and formed its ain club. Alex Raisbeck, who was club helm from 1899 to 1909, was the longest serving captain before being overtaken by Steven Gerrard who served 12 seasons as Liverpool captain starting from the 2003–04 flavor.[v]
The present captain is Hashemite kingdom of jordan Henderson, who in the 2015–16 season replaced Gerrard who moved to LA Milky way.[4]
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Name Menstruation

Scotland

Andrew Hannah
1892–1895

Scotland

Jimmy Ross
1895–1897

Scotland

John McCartney
1897–1898

England

Harry Storer
1898–1899

Scotland

Alex Raisbeck
1899–1909

England

Arthur Goddard
1909–1912

England

Ephraim Longworth
1912–1913

England

Harry Lowe
1913–1915

Scotland

Donald McKinlay
1919–1920

England

Ephraim Longworth
1920–1921

Scotland

Donald McKinlay
1921–1928

England

Tom Bromilow
1928–1929

Scotland

James Jackson
1929–1930

Scotland

Tom Morrison
1930–1931

Scotland

Tom Bradshaw
1931–1934
Name Period

England

Tom Cooper
1934–1939

Scotland

Matt Busby
1939–1940

Scotland

Willie Fagan
1945–1947

England

Jack Balmer
1947–1950

England

Phil Taylor
1950–1953

England

Bill Jones
1953–1954

England

Laurie Hughes
1954–1955

Scotland

Billy Liddell
1955–1958

England

Johnny Wheeler
1958–1959

England

Ronnie Moran
1959–1960

England

Dick White
1960–1961

Scotland

Ron Yeats
1961–1970

England

Tommy Smith
1970–1973

England

Emlyn Hughes
1973–1978

England

Phil Thompson
1978–1981
Name Period

Scotland

Graeme Souness
1982–1984

England

Phil Neal
1984–1985

Scotland

Alan Hansen
1985–1988

Republic of Ireland

Ronnie Whelan
1988–1989

Scotland

Alan Hansen
1989–1990

Republic of Ireland

Ronnie Whelan
1990–1991

Scotland

Steve Nicol
1990–1991

England

Mark Wright
1991–1993

Wales

Ian Blitz
1993–1996

England

John Barnes
1996–1997

England

Paul Ince
1997–1999

England

Jamie Redknapp
1999–2002

Finland

Sami Hyypiä
2001–2003

England

Steven Gerrard
2003–2015

England

Jordan Henderson
2015–

References

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  1. “Happy birthday LFC? Non quite yet…” Liverpool F.C. Archived from the original on 7 April 2014. Retrieved
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    2014
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    Liverpool F.C. was born on iii June 1892. It was at John Houlding’s house in Anfield Route that he and his closest friends left from Everton FC, formed a new club.




  2. “Premier League Handbook 2019/twenty”
    (PDF).
    Premier League
    . Retrieved
    29 July
    2019
    .




  3. “First squad”. Liverpool F.C. Retrieved
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    2020
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  4. 4.0
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    “Henderson appointed Liverpool captain”. Liverpool F.C. 10 July 2015. Retrieved
    18 July
    2018
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  5. 5.0
    5.1


    “Captains for Liverpool FC since 1892”. Liverpool F.C. 29 April 2009. Archived from the original on xviii July 2009. Retrieved
    14 Feb
    2015
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  6. “Steven Gerrard: LA Galaxy ostend deal for Liverpool helm”.
    BBC Sport. 7 January 2015. Retrieved
    25 August
    2015
    .




Source: https://simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liverpool_F.C.