|250 (Disabled seats)|
|Renovations||1895, 1903, 1906, 1928, 1957, 1963, 1973, 1982, 1992, 1994, 1998, 2014-2016|
|Record attnedance||61 905 (Liverpool - Wolves, 02/01/1952)|
|Design||Archibald Leitch (1906), KSS Group (2014-2016)|
|Address||Anfield Road, Liverpool, L4 0TH|
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Although it operates since 1884, the first tenant was not LFC, but Everton. But since the club could not buy the ground from its owner, they moved to Goodison Park. The move left John Orrell with an empty stadium so he launched Liverpool FC. The club started playing in 1892 and by 1906 already had 2 championships on their account. During that time three new stands were raised.
In 1928 history of the world's most famous stand began, as The Kop was expanded to accomodate 30,000 standing fans. For decades this has been the central point for Liverpool FC fanbase. Further redevelopments allowed the club to achieve a record audience of over 61,000 in 1952 and play their first game with floodlights in 1957.
Crucial changes came in the 90's as a result of Taylor Report, published after Hillsborough disaster. Currently the stadium comemorises 96 victims of that day with an eternal flame. Legendary manager Bill Shankly also has his place at Anfield with a monument and a gate named after him.
In 2014-2016 the stadium underwent its largest partial reconstruction to date. The western main stand grew from one to three tiers, dominating the stadium and landscape. Thanks to this change, LFC are able to invite over 50,000 fans for the first time since conversion to all-seating capacity. The club also has outline planning permission for similar expansion to follow along Anfield Road (north end).
COVID-19 crisis: English supporters to return in October?
The government is preparing to reopen sports stadiums across the UK. While first trial events will take place in just 2 weeks, all stadiums could be open again only from October onwards.
Liverpool: Anfield expansion on 12-month hold
As both the football and construction markets are shaken with uncertainty, Liverpool FC are announcing at least a year-long delay in their Anfield Road expansion scheme.
Liverpool: Anfield Road expansion could begin this year
As the second phase of public consultation is ongoing, planning application should be filed in several weeks. This could mean first works on expansion before end of 2020.
England: Safe standing in Premier League and Championship from 2021?
Though physically safe standing is already in Premier League, legally it's still prohibited. But that might change as the government is expected to act quickly, possibly introducing legal standing in 2021.
Liverpool: The Reds reveal new Anfield Road Stand
With capacity of 16,000 fans, this phase of Anfield revamp would bring total size to over 61,000, much to the joy of supporters on season ticket waiting list. Today sees launch of public consultation, more details are expected in 2020.
Liverpool: Consultation begins on Anfield expansion
We might not have renderings for you yet but the moment is what many have been waiting for. This week consultation begins over Anfield Road Stand expansion, which will eventually bring Anfield capacity to 60,000.
Liverpool: Anfield transitioning to cashless payments
Starting last Saturday, only one till per kiosk at Anfield is still accepting cash payments. The move aimes at maximising profit by shortening service times, especially at peak periods.
Liverpool: What’s new with Anfield Road?
Liverpool FC officials announced a new plan for Anfield Road reconstruction. As a result the ground is to reach over 61,000.
Safe standing: Government to rethink all-seating
By all means the debate was predictable, but that's fine, we'll take it. The most important thing is: British authorities will review the all-seater rule, which officially opens the case for legal standing in top leagues of England and Wales.
Liverpool: The Reds file applications to expand Anfield use
Possibly half a million visitors more. That's how much the use of Anfield might increase annually, if the city council agrees to Liverpool FC's proposal of expanding non-football use.
Liverpool: Anfield with 4G connectivity for fans
From 2018/19 onwards Liverpool supporters will be able to upload their matchday social media posts instantly, thanks to new 4G network at Anfield. However, not all supporters will enjoy it initially.
England: Supporters force parliament to debate safe standing!
It took only several days of momentum to reach immense support of 100,000 British citizens and thus force the British government to officially debate safe standing in Premier League and Championship.
Liverpool: Anfield to reach 61,000 by 2021?
It's no secret to anyone that Liverpool FC are working on further expansion of Anfield. The club has so far been careful not to reveal details, though. Time to break the silence, perhaps?
England: How much are PL naming rights worth?
To secure a naming rights deal in Premier League you only need £300,000 per year. But to buy the most expensive name it's 87 times that amount! Here's the latest valuation by Duff & Phelps.
Liverpool: See what has changed at Anfield this summer
First new field since 1999, expanded Kop and over 60 more upgrades have been carried out this summer, together worth more than £10 million.
Liverpool: The Kop growing this summer
There are many stands going by this name, but there's only one that instantly comes to mind. Anfield's The Kop is undergoing expansion these days, which will see fans sitting... above the street!
Liverpool: Anfield second only to Old Trafford?
They were about to expand it to 58,800 seats. Now the plan is beyond 60,000, which might mean only one stadium of the Premier League could be larger than the expanded Anfield.
Liverpool: Anfield expansion? Not so fast
They only have time until September to make up their minds. But Liverpool FC claim to still be assessing whether to proceed with Anfield’s further expansion, to nearly 59,000 seats.
Liverpool: Anfield to see capacity cut
After Old Trafford now it’s also happening at Anfield. Liverpool will lose up to 1,000 seats in order to accommodate more disabled supporters.