- Founded: 1892
- Manager: Jurgen Klopp
- Stadium: Anfield
- Owner: Fenway Sports Group
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The name Liverpool Football Club is synonymous with success in world football. Liverpool are not only one of the most successful British clubs in terms of domestic and European trophies, but they are also one of the world’s most well-supported.
The club’s legendary anthem, You’ll Never Walk Alone, is the hymn that arouses supporters, coaches, and players every time the Reds take the pitch. Liverpool won the Premier League in 2019-20 ending a 30-year wait to win the league championship. While league titles were hard to come by for three decades, the Reds still won silverware in the form of domestic and European cups.
Now, back on their perch, the Anfielders are one of the most popular clubs for bettors to wager on each matchday.
Liverpool Football Club were formed by local Merseyside businessman John Houlding in 1892. Houlding found himself as the owner of Anfield, but didn’t have a team to play at the ground. Everton FC had moved from Anfield to Goodison Park that year, leaving a vacancy at the now-legendary ground. Houlding remedied the aliment by founding Liverpool Football Club with Anfield as the team’s stadium.
The club bounced between divisions until the arrival of Bill Shankly in 1959. It didn’t take long for Shankly’s new training methods and tactics to take shape and guide Liverpool out of the Second Division. The Reds won the Second Division in 1961-62 and two years later, lifted the First Division trophy. He won three First Division trophies, a UEFA Cup, and two FA Cups before stepping down in 1974.
Assistant manager Bob Paisley took over and continued the team’s success well into the 1980s. Paisley’s appointment led to the famed Boot Room succeeding managers as they departed. An inability to modernise in a variety of ways left Liverpool on the periphery of success in the 1990s. While clubs like Manchester United, Newcastle United, and Arsenal thrived in the all-new Premier League, Liverpool were left clutching the past. It wouldn't be until the arrival of Gerard Houllier in the late 1990s that Liverpool would enter the modern era. Even then, there were those who tried to pull the club back into the past.
Bet on Liverpool
Leading sportsbooks offer betting markets on Liverpool every matchday of the football season. The long football season offers bettors the opportunity to wager on the Reds in a variety of ways. Bettors can wager on Liverpool as the outright winner of the Premier League or domestic cup competitions before they kick off.
There is the opportunity to bet on one-off matches, players, correct scores, goals, and more. Special offers on big games in the league or Champions League are also available with major bookies.
Bettors have the chance to select bets on Liverpool in the transfer market and which player(s) will arrive at Anfield. Bettors can even wager on the next Liverpool manager although Jurgen Klopp has earned Shankly- and Paisley-like status since restoring the club back to their perch.
Anfield is the home of some of the world’s most recognised players today. However, no Liverpool player is as recognisable as forward Mohamed Salah. The Egyptian winger has set record after record since joining Liverpool from Roma in 2017. Salah has scored 125 goals and tallied 47 assists in 203 games for the Reds.
Salah isn’t the only top star at Anfield. Captain Jordan Henderson has become the “new Steven Gerrard” while centre-back Virgil van Dijk is the rock in the team’s defence.
Goalkeeper Alisson Becker has won a clutch of individual awards since joining the club in 2018 from Roma. Alisson was the FIFA Best Goalkeeper, Champions League Goalkeeper of the Season, and Premier League Golden Gloves winner all in 2019.
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
Winners (4): 1893–94, 1895–96, 1904–05, 1961–62
Winners (7): 1964–65, 1973–74, 1985–86, 1988–89, 1991–92, 2000–01, 2005–06
Football League Cup/EFL Cup
Winners (9): 1980–81, 1981–82, 1982–83, 1983–84, 1994–95, 2000–01, 2002–03, 2011–12, 2021-22
Football League Super Cup
Winners (1): 1985–86
FA Charity Shield/FA Community Shield
Winners (15): 1964*, 1965*, 1966, 1974, 1976, 1977*, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1986*, 1988, 1989, 1990*, 2001, 2006
European Cup/UEFA Champions League
Winners (6): 1976–77, 1977–78, 1980–81, 1983–84, 2004–05, 2018–19
Winners (3): 1972–73, 1975–76, 2000–01
European/UEFA Super Cup
Winners (4): 1977, 2001, 2005, 2019
FIFA Club World Cup
Winners (1): 2019
Liverpool All-Time Top Goalscorers
- Ian Rush – 346 goals
- Roger Hunt – 285 goals
- Gordon Hodgson – 241 goals
- Bill Liddell – 228 goals
- Steven Gerrard – 186 goals
Liverpool have had some of the most legendary players in English football history pull on the famous red shirt. It is difficult to narrow down a few of their famous players, but recent legends include Steve Gerrard and Jamie Carragher. Both came through the Liverpool academy. Robbie Fowler was another famed forward to emerge from the team’s academy before succeeding in the first team.
In the last 10 years, the likes of Sadio Mane, Mohamed Salah, Trent Alexander-Arnold, and Roberto Firmino have risen to the forefront of world football as stars at Anfield.
Here is a list of some of Liverpool's greatest ever players:
- Steven Gerrard
- Kenny Dalglish
- Ian Rush
- Jamie Carragher
- Robbie Fowler
- Xabo Alonso
- John Barnes
- Kevin Keegam
- Graeme Souness
- Luis Suarez
- Sami Hyypia
- Michael Owen
- Ferando Torres
- Alan Hansen
- Ray Clemence
- Steve McManaman
- Ian Callaghan
- John Arne Riise
- Dirt Kuyt
- Emlyn Hughes
- Peter Beardslet
- Pepe Reina
- Phil Neal
Liverpool’s modern-day success begins with Bill Shankly. The Scotsman took charge of the team in 1959. Since Shankly’s departure, Liverpool have had just 13 managers while clubs like Chelsea have gone through 13 managers in the last 20 years. The Boot Room managers were in charge for decades at Liverpool with Bob Paisley and Joe Fagan following on as coach.
Legendary players Kenny Dalglish and Graeme Souness managed the team in the late 1980s and 1990s. As the millennium came, Liverpool looked to French manager Gerard Houllier to lead the way. His success was followed by Rafael Benitez and Jurgen Klopp, who brought Liverpool’s Premier League title wait of 30 years to an end.
|William Edward Barclay / John McKenna||February 1892 - August 1896|
|Tom Watson||August 1896 - May 1915|
|David Ashworth||December 1919 - February 1923|
|Matt McQueen||Feburary 1923 - February 1928|
|George Patterson||March 1928 - August 1936|
|George Kay||August 1936 - January 1951|
|Don Welsh||March 1951 - May 1956|
|Phil Taylor||May 1956 - November 1959|
|Bill Shankly||December 1959 - July 1974|
|Bob Paisley||August 1974 - July 1983|
|Joe Fagan||July 1983 - May 1985|
|Kenny Dalglish||May 1985 - February 1991|
|Ronnie Moran||February 1991 - April 1991|
|Graeme Souness||April 1991 - January 1994|
|Roy Evans||January 1994 - November 1998|
|Roy Evans / Gerard Houllier||July 1998 - November 1998|
|Gerard Houllier||November 1998 - May 2004|
|Rafael Benitez||June 2004 - June 2010|
|Roy Hodgson||July 2010 - January 2011|
|Kenny Dalglish||January 2011 - May 2012|
|Brendan Rodgers||June 2012 - October 2015|
|Jurgen Klopp||October 2015 - Present|