Our Story

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Our History

On 3rd June 1892 the name Liverpool Football Club and Athletic Grounds Ltd was formally recognised by the Board of Trade, and the club Liverpool F.C. could start to make history.

They played their first competitive match against Higher Walton, successfully winning 8-0 and have gone on to secure 18 league titles, seven FA Cups and a record eight League Cups. Liverpool is also the most successful English club in European competition having won five European Cups, the last in 2005, and three UEFA Cups. The club is currently ranked joint seventh in the world with the most international titles won. We also run a successful Youth Academy which has developed many of our first team players, as well as a Ladies team who have twice won the Super League.


Bought in October 2010 by Fenway Sports Group, the Club has gone from strength to strength both on and off the pitch. We have a truly global reach and great ambitions to deepen and extend engagement with our supporter's right around the world, in collaboration with our international partners.

Serving the Wider LFC Family

The Club also uses the power of the badge to serve our local communities and support our official charity, The LFC Foundation, with employees having regular opportunities to get involved in the work we do.

Through our Red Neighbours programme we focus on the four key areas of food poverty and education, support for the elderly, keeping the community physically active and creating memorable experiences for young people. Our activities are delivered to those people who live immediately in the shadows of Anfield stadium, directly impacting local community groups and schools in the L4, L5 and L6 areas.

Our official Charity, The LFC Foundation aims to create life changing opportunities for children and young people in Merseyside and beyond, working with the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, Alder Hey Children's Hospital and Liverpool University.