Browsing Anfield

Cristiano Ronaldo on the Verge of Making More Goalscoring History

Posted on 22 Oct, 2014, by in Soccer

It always seemed like Lionel Messi was going to be the one that will break the Champions League scoring record currently held by Raul, but the player who’ll probably be crossing that threshold first will be Cristiano Ronaldo. More

Liverpool FC – Anfield Expansion Getting Closer

Posted on 11 Sep, 2013, by in Soccer

After scrapping the idea of moving to a new stadium, it seems that Liverpool are moving full throttle with their plan of expanding Anfield to a 60,000-seat stadium, now waiting for the housing issues around it to be solved while the money from the ownership group is simply waiting to be spent. More

Oldest Stadiums of the Top Leagues in Europe

Posted on 28 Aug, 2013, by in Featured

When looking for the oldest stadiums in Europe, the United Kingdom is the place to find most of the desirable results, with Chelsea (Stamford Bridge), Newcastle (St. James’ Park) and Liverpool (Anfield) playing in the most ancient ground currently used by Premier League teams. More

Liverpool FC – Making Anfield Into the Second Biggest Stadium in the Premier League

Posted on 9 Jun, 2013, by in Soccer

Playing in a stadium with a capacity of only 45,000 (and an average attendance of 44,748) hurts Liverpool football club financially and in its ability to compete with the bigger, more successful clubs of the Premier League, which is why the ownership is trying to speed up the plans to expand Anfield, making it the second largest stadium in the league. More

Liverpool FC – Building a Bigger & Better Anfield Stadium

Posted on 15 Oct, 2012, by in Soccer

No Stanley Park, but more of the same. Liverpool, a club that lives on its past more than its present, will remain seated at its legendary stadium, Anfield, with its capacity to be extended from 45,276 to 60,000. More

Liverpool FC – No More Anfield Stadium?

Posted on 9 Aug, 2012, by in Soccer

No, Liverpool aren’t planning on making the move to new Anfield at Stanley Park in the near future. American ownership means American thinking, and an excellent way to raise money is selling the naming rights to your stadium, no matter how legendary, old and symbolic it may be. More

Anfield, Liverpool and Visiting “Big” Clubs Create Another Draw

Posted on 7 Feb, 2012, by in Soccer

Liverpool made it their 8th draw in 12 home games this season. They still haven’t lost at Anfield, with Manchester United, Manchester City and Tottenham all dropping points, but they haven’t won much either. The 0-0 draw against Spurs was more of the same in a disappointing season for Kenny Dalglish’s side. More

LeBron James Visiting Liverpool

Posted on 15 Oct, 2011, by in NBA

The biggest name at Anfield this afternoon in the Liverpool vs Manchester United match wasn’t on the pitch among the players, but in the stands, when minority owner LeBron James paid a visit to take some pictures and be seen a little bit. More

Liverpool’s Future Between Anfield and Stanley Park

Posted on 11 Jul, 2011, by in Soccer

Liverpool’s stadium, Anfield, is the stuff of legends. Still, staying and expanding the ground seems more and more like an unlikely, not to say impossible option. The Stanley Park direction seems like the next thing. Question is, when? More