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Anfield and Liverpool are two of the most connected words in the English language, even among non-supporters either conjures up images of the other and rightly so as this famous stadium has some of the strongest roots in English culture.
Originally built in 1884 Anfield was initially occupied by Everton FC. It wasn’t until 1891 when a dispute over rent caused the team to vacate and a newly formed Liverpool FC, founded by John Houlding, took their rightful place.
Anfield is one of the largest stadiums in England with several redevelopments over the years transforming its appearance, the most recent involving the Main Stand, improving its capacity and facilities.
The stadium is known for its special atmosphere, fans are incredibly proud of the clubs' achievements and, will produce deafening cries of support for The Reds, making the pitch an incredibly intimidating place for any visiting side.
Aside from the football, the stadium has played host to many live music events, with a return to form in 2019 when Take That, Bon Jovi and Pink graced the hallowed grounds. The club also regularly runs tours and, its many facilities are used for conferences and Christmas parties.
Anfield is located approximately 2 miles north of Liverpool city centre.