Anfield since the founding of Liverpool, 1892, was at home at the Club. The arena, which for each home game the famous “you’ll never Walk Alone” sung, ever built on behalf of Everton FC Stadium is home to Liverpool FC has a capacity of 45 276 spectators.
Place The Anfield
When Everton FC was raised in 1884 to a new stadium, caused the old stadium to much noise, Board Member John Houlding leased land where Anfield provided by John Orrell. Arena available approximately 20,000 capacity which was regarded as an international standard. The first match in the stadium was played on september 28, 1884. Everton won the match 5-0 Earlestown.
In 1892 Everton left Anfield. This was due to a dispute between Houlding and the Everton Board of Directors. Houlding had already bought the land and the growing number of visitors he wanted to see more interest from Everton to play at the stadium. In the end, Everton left Anfield and they built a new stadium, Goodison Park.
John Houlding decided Anfield with a new Club, Liverpool FC, who from then on the arena began to use.The first match to the new Liverpool played at Anfield, they won in a friendly match with Rotherham Town. The result was 7-1 to Liverpool.
In 2002 the plan around to leave Anfield with a new stadium for Liverpool FC to build. But this did not happen. With the acquisition of the Liverpool FC of Fenway Sports Group, it was decided to continue the Anfield faithful. It was decided to expand the stadium.
Liverpool has four iconic standing, the most famous is perhaps The Kop. Each booth has undergone its own history and has the requisite renovations over the years.
Kop is behind one of the goals with Anfield and built in 1906. It is named after the battle of Spy Kop.This fight, in 1900, held pitches in South Africa. It happened in the Second Boer War. Afrikaners won this battle by the British. The British members of this battle are losing many, many victims from the area of Liverpool.
In 1928 The Kop will be renewed on the ground offered 30 000 spectators. Also, the stand will be given a ceiling and pillar.
In 1994 the Kop was renovated again. The gallery was built and had afterwards only has seating area.This is the way it is today. The capacity decreased to 12 390 spectators.
Centenary Stand was founded in 1992. For this was called booth Kemlyn Road Stand. Centenary Stand refers to the 100 anniversary of the Club. The Gallery is located on one of the long side of the field.It is in honor of this House, offers contemporary accommodate 11 762 spectators.
Anfield Road End
This stand was built in 1903. In 1965, this stand has been renovated. It then became a covered stand.In 1982, the gallery was converted into a stationary with individual sites. In 1998, a second ring was placed on the Anfield Road End. This transformation, but brought with them some problems and additional services were installed in 1999 to support the stand. Because the second ring is insisting the stands has a capacity of 9074 spectators.
The main stand
The main stand is as the name suggests, the main stand at Anfield. This is the VIP lounges, coaches boxes, changing rooms and board room. On the spot where now stands the main stand was a grandstand was built in 1895 that had 3000 spectators capacity. in 1973, this stands to be demolished and a new one built. With the construction of this new stand lighting poles were placed at the stadium. The stand has a capacity of 12 227 spectators.
Bill Shankly and Bob Paisley
Bill Shankly and was Manager from 1959 to 1974. Under his leadership Liverpool achieved great success at home and abroad. When he was in 1959 at the helm was put Liverpool played several seasons in the second division. Within a few years he was now transformed into a European top team and that he would also leave the Club. Also at Anfield, he changed several things. He left the pitch and Stadium renovations at his coming, because during the years to maturity were affected. The iconic “this is Anfield” sign on the stairs to the field is his. He wanted to play the opponent is scary.
As a tribute to Shankly in August 1982, eleven months after the death of Bill Shankly, presented the Shankly Gates. These are at Anfield at the stadium. Above the Shankly Gates is Liverpool’s iconic “you’ll never Walk Alone”. The opening was by his widow.
In december 1997, on the side of The Kop, a bronze statue was presented by Bill Shankly. The statue is more than 2.4 m high and is located at the foot of the statue: “Bill Shankly-he made people happy.”
Another great Liverpool icon, Bob Paisley, was in 1999, as a tribute, at one of the entrances to the Stadium The Paisley Gates. Paisley has spent his entire career in service to Liverpool. First as a player where he played 253 games for the Club.
After his football career took him Bill Shankly in 1959 as an Assistant. After the departure of Shankly Paisley would still take the baton from 1974 to 1983.
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