The Legends : Liverpool FC Wallpapers
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Full name : Liverpool Football Club
Nickname : The Reds
Founded : 15 March 1892 (by John Houlding)
Ground : Anfield, Liverpool (Capacity: 45,276)
Manager : Rafa Benitez, | League : Premier League
2008–09 : Premier League, 2nd
Official site : http://www.liverpoolfc.tv
Wallpaper Links : Liverpool FC Seasons | Liverpool FC Squad |
Liverpool FC Overview
Liverpool have maintained their status as a domestic and European force since the Premier League began in 1992, rarely finishing outside the top positions. The club have won seven major trophies since then, including the Champions League, Uefa Cup, two FA Cups and three League Cups.
Indeed, 2001 saw the Reds claim an unprecedented League Cup, FA Cup and Uefa Cup treble. Having won more domestic and European trophies than any other English club, Liverpool's status as giants of the domestic game is undisputed.
Under Rafa Benitez, Liverpool have secured Champions League football in each of the last five seasons. The Spaniard won the competition in 2005 and guided the club to an appearance in the final two years later where they were beaten 2-1 by AC Milan. They lost to Chelsea in the quarter-finals of the competition last season and secured a second place finish in the league.
Liverpool has won the English League Championship eighteen times , the FA Cup seven times and the League Cup a record seven times. The club achieved a League and FA Cup "Double" in 1986, and has won the League and European Cup double twice, in 1977 and 1984. They also won the League Cup in 1984 to complete a unique treble, a feat they repeated in 2001 when they won the FA Cup, League Cup and UEFA Cup. Liverpool has won the European Cup, Europe's primary club competition, five times, which is an English record. Only Real Madrid and Milan has won the competition on more occasions. The club's fifth triumph meant that they won the trophy outright and was awarded a multiple-winner badge. The club has won the UEFA Cup, Europe's secondary club competition, three times, a record they share with Juventus and Internazionale.
- 2. Liverpool FC player - barnes Photo
- 3. Liverpool FC player - dalglish Photo
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- 5. Liverpool FC player - barnes Photo
- 6. 1979 Charity Shield Photo
- 7. 1984 dalglish sounesshansen Photo
- 8. 1990 dalglish moranevans Photo
- 9. Liverpool FC player - UEFA Photo
- 10. 84 euro final Photo
- 11. bill Photo
- 12. bill shankly Photo
- 13. dalglish crownpaints Photo