Liverpool FC one of the most successful football clubs in in the Premiere League and in Europe, having claimed more European championship titles than any other English team. The club has won titles in the European Cup, the UEFA Cup, the UEFA Super Cup, and the FA Cup. Liverpool FC is on track of regaining the dynasty and fame which has been very illusive to the whole football club for quite some time now. With the retirement of one of its most beloved player Steven Gerrard, does Liverpool football club have what it takes to beat its rivals for the glory of becoming once again Premier League champions? Find out live from Enfield Stadium home to Liverpool FC and support your team as they battle their way through contenders
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The club was officially coined Liverpool FC in March of 1892, subsequently gaining recognition from The Football Association. In its first season, the club topped the Lancashire League before proceeding to join the Football League Second Division to begin their 1893-94 campaign.
Over the years the club has gained various levels of successes in different divisions and tournaments. All in all, it has collected titles under the League Champions, European Cup, FA Cup, League Cup, and UEFA cup banners. Today it is considered as one of the most valuable football teams in the world, according to Forbes Magazine.
Due to its increasingly stellar performances, Liverpool has gained a large following from all around Europe. Its expanding fan-base is known for an almost fanatical loyalty, which has led to numerous appearances in mainstream media.
In fact, Liverpool is often featured prominently in depictions of the English football culture. In 1967, the team faced West Ham United in the first match to ever be televised in colour.
The future for Liverpool is looking bright with the much-awaited return of celebrated striker Daniel Sturridge from a string of hip and thigh complications. Sturridge is considered a vital cog to the team’s offense, and will be relied upon to display his quickness and finesse on the field as one of the premiere strikers in the game.
The club will continue to be led by manager Jürgen Klopp, who favours a flowing passing game that puts emphasis on ball movement, while also putting immense pressure on the opposing team on defence. With steady leadership and the constant development of talent, the club is showing promise of a strong campaign in this coming season.
In no time everyone will see Liverpool on top of the table and possibly taking the Premier league title after 28 years of hurt, If not this year, we’re sure for the next season. The Reds are proving to be a real threat not to be taken lightly and a contender for the premier league title this season. Manager, Jürgen Klopp will need to stir up his tactics and keep the players’ thirst for winning. The reds made their way to the UEFA Europa League final in 2016 but lost to Spanish side Sevilla 3-1. If you are looking to buy Liverpool football match tickets, 1Boxoffice has got you covered. We offer a wide range of Liverpool football tickets to accommodate a range of budgets.
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Watford vs Liverpool
15:00 - Vicarage Road - Watford, United Kingdom
Nov282018UEFA Champions League
Paris Saint Germain vs Liverpool
22:00 - Parc des Princes - Paris, France
Liverpool vs Everton
16:15 - Anfield - Liverpool, United Kingdom
Burnley vs Liverpool
19:45 - Turf Moor - Burnley, United Kingdom
Bournemouth vs Liverpool
12:30 - Dean Court - Bournemouth, United Kingdom
Dec112018UEFA Champions League
Liverpool vs Napoli
20:00 - Anfield - Liverpool, England
Liverpool vs Manchester United
16:00 - Anfield - Liverpool, United Kingdom
Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Liverpool
20:00 - Molineux Stadium - Wolverhampton, United Kingdom
Liverpool vs Newcastle United
15:00 - Anfield - Liverpool, United Kingdom
Liverpool vs Arsenal
17:30 - Anfield - Liverpool, United Kingdom
Manchester City vs Liverpool
20:00 - Etihad Stadium - Manchester, United Kingdom
Brighton & Hove Albion F.C vs Liverpool
15:00 - Falmer Stadium - Brighton, United Kingdom
Liverpool vs Crystal Palace
15:00 - Anfield - Liverpool, United Kingdom
Liverpool vs Leicester City
20:00 - Anfield - Liverpool, United Kingdom
West Ham United vs Liverpool
15:00 - Olympic Stadium - London, United Kingdom