Liverpool Football Team is an English professional football club based in Liverpool that plays in the Premier League, the top flight of English football. Domestically, the team has nineteen League titles, seven FA Cups, a record nine League Cups, and fifteen FA Community Shields to its credit.
The club has won six European Cups, more than any other English club, three UEFA Cups, four UEFA Super Cups, and one FIFA Club World Cup in foreign competitions. It is the joint-most successful club in English football in terms of trophies won.
What is the name of Liverpool FC's co-owner?
Corporate. The sole owner of The Liverpool Football Club and Athletic Grounds Limited (LFC) is Fenway Sports Group LLC, which is administered by John Henry and Tom Werner through several fully owned companies.
What trophy has Liverpool not won?
Liverpool has never won the Club World Cup — the Reds have five European Cups but no world championships. When they won the European Cup in 1977 and 1978, they declined to compete in the old Intercontinental Cup, then lost to Flamengo and Independiente in 1981 and 1984, respectively.
What is Liverpool's biggest loss?
Record defeat: 1–9 to Birmingham City in the Second Division on December 11, 1954. Record defeat at Anfield 0–6 to Sunderland in the First Division on April 19, 1930. The score was 2–9 versus Newcastle United in the First Division on January 1, 1934.
When did Liverpool last lose at Anfield?
The Reds lose at home for the first time since 2017 as we look at the notable facts from January 19-23. Burnley's stunning upset ended Liverpool's unbeaten home record in the Premier League, as the Reds lost at Anfield for the first time since April 2017.
The Spanish press reacts to Liverpool's avalanche and warns of a ‘loophole' in the second leg against Villarreal.
On Wednesday night, Liverpool defeated Villarreal 2-0 in the first leg of their Champions League semi-final.
The Reds won owing to an own goal by Pervis Estupinan, followed by a Sadio Mane score in the second half that broke the tie. Jurgen Klopp's team will now travel to Newcastle United in the Premier League this Saturday before facing Villarreal in the return game next Tuesday at the Estadio de la Ceramica.
The victor will face either Real Madrid or Manchester City in the final, which will be held in Paris at the end of next month. After the first leg on Tuesday night, the score was 4-3 in favour of City. Many Spanish news outlets were present at Anfield to witness Liverpool's victory over Villarreal.
“Liverpool rightfully won the first leg of the Champions League semi-finals against Villarreal (2-0), which they maintained until halftime.” An own goal and another by Mané coloured the tie crimson, but the ‘groguets' will be hoping for a dramatic comeback at La Cerámica.
“Those associated with Unai Emery have long tried to avoid the perception that they travelled to Liverpool to watch them arrive. Since the qualifications began, most people have had this thought in their heads. They attacked the Juventus stadium first, and then broke the bank by shutting out Bayern, who were also playing on the adjacent field. For the first time, Villarreal was a visitor in the opening leg.
“In the first half of one of the most important matches in the club's history, they demonstrated the immense maturity that they communicate, from Rulli in goal to Danjuma and Samu Chukwueze.” Despite the enormous loss of Gerard Moreno, the ‘groguets' have stepped onto the Anfield surface with the distinct mindset that they knew they would have to endure a lot, but it would be worth it. As a result, the whole first half unfolded.
“Until precisely half an hour into the match, local arrivals were constant but did not create too much danger, until first Mané with a shot that after playing in Albiol was poisoned, then Salah with a volley that Lo Celso deflected for a corner, and finally Thiago with a distant shot that found the post, they could have undone the initial 0-0.” Following the typical avalanche from Liverpool, the people of Castellón had managed to close the first of four portions of the tie without moving.”