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If it wasn't for one man, Liverpool Football Club would never have been born. When Everton left Anfield in a dispute over rent in 1892, club chairman John Houlding stayed behind along with a handful of supporters and just three first-team players. But he was determined to see football continue at the ground. He formed a new club from scratch, chose the name Liverpool… and created a legend.

Even John Houlding couldn't have predicted how successful it would become. More than 100 years on, no English club can match the LiverpoolFC roll of honour; League Champions 18 times, FA Cup winners six times, League Cup winners seven times, European Cup winners five times and UEFA Cup winners three times.

When it is completed, the History channel will chart the rise and rise of Liverpool FC to the very summit of the England game, from the struggles of the early years right up to Gerard Houllier's historic treble in 2001. This channel will recall glorious domestic victories and European triumphs and reflect on the tragedies of Heysel and Hillsborough.

We've focused on 10 key dates in Liverpool Football Club's history to begin with but over time, we'll have over 100 chapters in this section alone as we present the ultimate history of England's greatest ever football club. This is a story of incredible passion and pride - a story that not only inspires Liverpool fans but football supporters the world over.

The Liverpool FC Trophy Cabinet
League Champions    European Cup     FA Cup        League Cup
Liverpool 18                 Real Madrid 9    Man-United 11    Liverpool 7
Man-United 15              AC Milan 6          Arsenal 9      Aston Villa 5
Arsenal 13                 Liverpool 5     Spurs 8             Notts Forest 4
Everton 9                 Ajax 4              Aston Villa 7       Leicester 3
Aston Villa 7                 Bayern Munich 4  Liverpool 6     Spurs 3
          
How singing started on the Kop

In the autumn of 1962, although the country didn't know, it was about to be hit by an explosion of sound but the 'Mersey Sound' we're talking about was the sound of the Kop rather than the four mop tops from south Liverpool.

In the spring of 1962, Liverpool were promoted as Champions of Division Two back to the First Division and while The Beatles were about to change the music scene of the country, the Kop was busy changing football crowds forever.

The summer of 1962 saw for the first time extended coverage of the World Cup from another continent as the South American nation of Chile hosted the tournament. But whilst watching the football was different, so was listening to the Brazilian supporters who had made the short trip across their continent to back their side. Not only did they cheer in the time-honoured way but they also chanted! Now this was new and what they termed as the Samba Beat was suddenly heard in living rooms throughout the land. It was just a plain, "BRA-ZIL - Cha, Cha, Cha" or rather that's how it came across.
Fans still sing on the Kop
I remember thinking at the time; this will be heard on the Kop soon. Liverpool's first game of the new season was against Blackpool and over 51,000 turned up to fill Anfield almost to its limit, with nearly half the number congregated on the Kop. Everyone was there with their rattles and scarves all intent on making a noise when suddenly someone started to shout "LIVER-POOL" followed by what they called staccato clapping.

Pretty soon most of the Kop had picked up the chant and the sound of "LIVER-POOL - clap, clap, clap" hit the air and the chanting Kop was born.

Before long it seemed as if the entire Kop was participating in this new trend and from small acorns things quickly grow. The chanting Kop suddenly became a singing Kop and as Beatlemania hit the rest of the country, the Kop would perform impromptu sing-a-longs prior to each game as the latest top ten hits were belted out over the PA system. Singing to the hits of the local bands was one thing but the Kop had to be original.

One of the first songs that started to hit the airwaves was, 'When the Saints Go Marching In', better known today as 'When The Reds...', and by the time the 1963 season came to a close it was getting a regular airing on the Kop.

At the time it seemed as if the Kopites could take hold of anything and almost rearrange the words to suit within minutes. For fans everywhere else, it mattered not where you came from or who you supported, you copied the Kop.

Of course, other supporters sang songs and it wouldn't be in keeping with the Liverpool style to try and say that we were the first crowd to sing. However, we were the first crowd to sing as a matter of course.

Those who stood at Anfield in 1963 and sang along with the local group Gerry and the Pacemakers' 'You'll Never Walk Alone' could never have even begun to imagine what they were unleashing. The song would take on so many different meanings at so many different occasions. Occasions that were tragic but also occasions that were triumphant. It became a song that millions of football fans throughout the world would often sing but always recognise that it was 'The Liverpool Song'.

Here, in no particular order, are 10 undisputed Kop Classics.
1.     You’ll Never Walk Alone
2.     Fields of Anfield Road
3.     Liverbird Upon My Chest
4.     Poor Scouser Tommy
5.     When The Reds Go Marching In
6.     L I V
7.     Red & White Kop
8.     Bill Shankly From Glenbuck
9.     Underneath the Floodlights
10.    Scouser in Gay Paris

Special thanks to John Pearman.

PAST MANAGERS
1892/96    John McKenna / William Barclay
1896/1915    Tom Watson
1915/20    (no manager)
1920/23    David Ashworth
1923/28    Matt McQueen
1928/36    George Patterson
1936/50    George Kay
1951/56    Don Welsh
1956/59    Phil Taylor
1959/74    Bill Shankly
1974/83    Bob Paisley
1983/85    Joe Fagan
1985/91    Kenny Dalglish
1991/94    Graeme Souness
1994/98    Roy Evans
1998/98    Roy Evans / Gérard Houllier
1998/04    Gérard Houllier

Liverpool FC Squad - 2005-2006                         Liverpool FC Staff
1.Jerzy Dudek                                                       Rafael Benitez - Manager
3.Steve Finnan                                                       Pako Ayesteran - Assistant Manager
4.Sami Hyypia                                                        Alex Miller - First Team Coach
6.John Arne Riise                                               Paco Herrera - Reserve Team Manager
7.Harry Kewell                                                        Jose Ochotorena - Goalkeeping Coach
8.Steven Gerrard                                              Hughie McAuley - Reserve Team Coach
9.Djibril Cisse                                                   Ron Yeats - Scout
10.Luis Garcia                                                         Mark Browes - Assistant Physiotherapist
14.Xabi Alonso                                                       John Wright - Club Masseur
15.Peter Crouch                                              Paul Small - Masseur
16.Dietmar Hamann                                           Stewart Welsh - Masseur
17.Josemi                                                         Mark Waller - Club Doctor
19.Fernando Morientes                                           Graham Carter - Kit Manager
20.Scott Carson    
21.Djimi Traore
22.Momo Sissoko
23.Jamie Carragher
24.Florent Sinama Pongolle
25.Pepe Reina
28.Stephen Warnock
30.Boudewijn Zenden
31.David Raven
32.Besian Idrizaj
33.Neil Mellor
34.Darren Potter
35.Danny Guthrie
36.Antonio Barragan
37.Zak Whitbread
38.David Mannix



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You''ll never walk alone - najpoznatija navijačka pesma na svetu

Written by Rogers and Hammerstein for the 1945 Broadway musical 'Carousel', Gerry Marsden and his Pacemakers performed the song in Liverpool clubs during the birth of Merseybeat. "The audience would just stop, stand and listen. It had this immediate effect," says Marsden. Released in October 1963, YNWA was the Pacemakers' third consecutive number one and nowhere was it more popular than on the Kop, as fans sang along with the PA before matches. When it fell from the top spot, Kopites continued to sing it and YNWA has been played and sung at Anfield ever since.

When you walk through a storm
Hold your head up high
And don't be afraid of the dark
At the end of the storm
Is a golden sky
And the sweet silver song of a lark

Walk on through the wind
Walk on through the rain
Tho' your dreams be tossed and blown
Walk on, walk on
With hope in your heart
And you'll never walk alone
You'll never walk alone

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Fields of Anfield Road

The original 'Fields Of Athenry' was written in 1979 and soon adopted by Celtic fans, but arguably the first time it was sung at Anfield was December 1995, when Ireland lost to Holland in their Euro 96 play-off. The website of Eircom, sponsors of the Republic side, recalls: "Nobody who was present at Anfield will ever forget the occasion. From the moment the Irish fans appeared in the famous Liverpool Kop, strains of 'The Fields Of Athenry' began to echo around the ground. At the other end, the massed ranks of Dutch supporters could only watch in admiration." The Liverpool version is believed to have originated in The Oakfield pub, home of the Liverpool Away Supporters Club, around 1997.

Outside the Shankly Gates
I heard a Kopite calling
Shankly they have taken you away
But you left a great eleven
Before you went to heaven
Now it's glory round the Fields of Anfield Road.

All round the Fields of Anfield Road
Where once we watched the King Kenny play (and he could play)
We had Heighway on the wing
We had dreams and songs to sing
Of the glory round the Fields of Anfield Road

Outside the Paisley Gates
I heard a Kopite calling
Paisley they have taken you away
You led the great 11
Back in Rome in 77
And the Redmen they are still playing the same way
All round the Fields of Anfield Road
Where once we watched the King Kenny play (and he could play)
We had Heighway on the wing
We had dreams and songs to sing
Of the glory round the Fields of Anfield Road

Liverbird Upon My Chest

Originally a song called 'Ballad of the Green Berets' where Sergeant Barry Sadler wrote the lyrics and Robin Moore wrote the music. It was made into a film staring John Wayne. Was written as a Liverpool song in the mid 80s by Phil Aspinall but the original version only went as far as the 1986 cup final with the rest of the verses added since. Was first sung at a London game during the 1986-87 season, possibly Spurs.

Here's a song about a football team
The greatest team you've ever seen
A team that play total Football
They've won the league, Europe and all.

A Liverbird upon my chest
We are the men, of Shankly's best
A team that plays the Liverpool way
And wins the championship in May

With Kenny Dalglish on the ball
He was the greatest of them all
And Ian Rush, four goals or two
Left Evertonians feeling blue

A Liverbird upon my chest
We are the men, of Shankly's best
A team that plays the Liverpool way
And wins the championship in May

Now if you go down Goodison Way
Hard luck stories you hear each day
There's not a trophy to be seen
'Cos Liverpool have swept them clean

A Liverbird upon my chest
We are the men, of Shankly's best
A team that plays the Liverpool way
And wins the championship in May

Now on the glorious 10th of May
There's laughing reds on Wembley Way
We're full of smiles and joy and glee
It's Everton 1 and Liverpool 3

A Liverbird upon my chest
We are the men, of Shankly's best
A team that plays the Liverpool way
And wins the championship in May

Now on the 20th of May
We're laughing still on Wembley Way
Those Evertonians are feeling blue
It's Liverpool 3 and Everton 2

A Liverbird upon my chest
We are the men, of Shankly's best
A team that plays the Liverpool way
And wins the championship in May

And as we sang round Goodison Park
With crying blues all in a nark
They're probably crying still
at Liverpool 5 and Everton nil.

A Liverbird upon my chest
We are the men, of Shankly's best
A team that plays the Liverpool way
And wins the championship in May

We Remember them with pride
Those mighty reds of Shankly's side
And Kenny's boys of '88
There's never been a side so great

A Liverbird upon my chest
We are the men, of Shankly's best
A team that plays the Liverpool way
And wins the championship in May

Now back in 1965
When great Bill Shankly was alive
We're playing Leeds, the score's 1-1
When it fell to the head of Ian St John

A Liverbird upon my chest
We are the men, of Shankly's best
A team that plays the Liverpool way
And wins the championship in May

On April 15th '89
What should have been a joyous time
Ninety six Friends, we all shall miss
And all the Kopites want justice (JUSTICE)

Poor Scouser Tommy

The first part comes from the US folk song 'Red River Valley', thought to have been written as 'The Bright Mohawk Valley' in the 19th century. The song can be heard in the final scenes of John Ford’s 1940 cinema classic 'The Grapes Of Wrath'. The second half of Scouser Tommy comes from the tune of 'The Sash', a song sung by the Orange Order.

Let me tell you the story of a poor boy
Who was sent far away from his home
To fight for his king and his country
And also the old folks back home

So they put him in a Highland division
Sent him off to a far foreign land
Where the flies swarm around in their thousands
And there's nothing to see but the sands

In a battle that started next morning
Under an Arabian sun
I remember that poor Scouser Tommy
Who was shot by an old Nazi gun

As he lay on the battle field dying dying dying
With the blood gushing out of his head (of his head)
As he lay on the battle field dying dying dying
These were the last words he said...

Oh... I am a Liverpudlian
I come from the Spion Kop
I like to sing, I like to shout
I go there quite a lot (every week)

We support the team that's dressed in Red
A team that we all know
A team that we call Liverpool
And to glory we will go

We've won the League, we've won the Cup
We've been to Europe too
We played the Toffees for a laugh
And we left them feeling blue - Five Nil!

One two
One two three
One two three four
Five nil!

Rush scored one
Rush scored two
Rush scored three
And Rush scored four!

When The Reds Go Marching In

Made famous by jazz trumpet legend Louis Armstrong, 'When the Saints Go Marching In' is the unofficial anthem of New Orleans with its roots in the spiritual music that evolved out of slavery. First performed vocally, it was later taken up by brass bands when discarded military instruments from the American Civil War found their way into the hands of black musicians. Southampton fans claim they were the first to sing the song in the 1960s, but it that's true, Liverpool can't have been far behind.

Oh when the Reds
Go marching in
Oh when the Reds go marching in
I want to be in that number
When the Reds go marching in

L I V

Sung by the Kop since the 1970s, we have Andrew Lloyd Webber to thank for this classic. In 1971, the Lloyd Webber-Tim Rice rock opera 'Jesus Christ Superstar’' exploded onto the New York stage and by 1980 it had become the longest running West End musical. An album of the show’s music topped the US charts three times and the 1973 cinema release took £8.6 million at the box office. A less than kind 'Georgie Best' version did the rounds in the early 70s, but the classic Liverpool version is all that survives.

L-I-V
E-R-P
Double-O L
Liverpool FC

Red & White Kop

Sung to the tune of the Beatles 'Yellow Submarine', this was first heard at Anfield in the 1960s. In those days it was not uncommon for football fans to adapt the latest hit records into songs about their team and with Merseybeat all the rage, Liverpool fans did it better than most. Strangely however for a city so obsessed with football, The Beatles appeared to be the only four men in Liverpool who weren't interested in the game.

On a Saturday afternoon
We support a team called Liverpool
And we sing until we drop
In a red and white Spion Kop
We all live in a red and white Kop
A red and white Kop
A red and white Kop
We all live in a red and white Kop
A red and white Kop
A red and white Kop
In a town where I was born
Lived a man who sailed the seas
And he told me of his pride
They were a famous football team
So we trailed to Anfield Road,
Singing songs of victory
And there we found the holy ground,
Of our hero Bill Shankly
We all live in red and white Kop…

Bill Shankly From Glenbuck

Written by John Mackin from the Red All Over The Land website, 'Bill Shankly From Glenbuck' is sung to the tune of 'Sean South from Garryowen', a rebel song about an IRA volunteer who was shot dead in 1956 while attempting to attack an RUC base in Northern Ireland.

Twas on a cold December's day
Back in 1959
When a man came down from Hudersfield Town
To lead the Anfield line
He bought Yeats from Dundee and St. John
And the football world was shook
This man he became a legend
Bill Shankly from Glenbuck.

On the Kop we'd sway and sing
Till our hearts would burst with pride
And Shanks he made a pact with us
To build another side
With Keegan, Tosh and Steve Heighway
The great man kept his word
Then in '74 he bade farewell
Our dear old Scottish Laird.

Now when Shanks was gone we sang walk on
But feared we'd walk alone,
The search was on to find the one
Who could fill the masters throne.
The one we crowned became renowned
Throughout the football game
Three European Cups, six championships,
Bob Paisley was his name.

Now when Bob stepped down he left his crown
Inside his Anfield home
Joe Fagan came and brought new fame
With a treble won in Rome
Though the Heysel year left Joe in tears,
The following year he'd sing,
When we won the league and FA Cup
And Kenny was our king.

When he played in red Bob Paisley said
He's the best he'd ever seen
And the team he built in 88
Ruled the football league supreme.
And when Hillsborough left us all bereaved
And the Kop bedecked in flowers,
Kenny proved he truly was a king
In Anfield's darkest hour.

Now the mantles being past to a man from France
And it's Houllier we praise.
As the reds walk on, the Kops in song
And we savour glory days
Days of ball to feet, of victory sweet
Days of passion, guile and fire
The legacy of one so great
Bill Shankly from Ayshire.

Underneath the Floodlights

Based on the song 'Lili Marlene', this Kop song first emerged in the late Seventies. The original song was based on a German poem from 1915 and soon became a favourite of both German and American troops during the Second World War, both in English and in the original German. A curious example of song transcending the hatreds of war, American troops particularly liked 'Lili Marlene' as sung by the German-born actress and singer, Marlene Dietrich.

Underneath the floodlights
Down in Dusseldorf
All the kop were singing
Bevvied up of course
We've been to Lisbon and to Rome
And our team "never walk alone"
We're going off to Europe to bring the cup back home

All the way from Anfield to the gates of Rome,
All the way from Anfield to bring the trophy home,
Nothing can stop us come what may,
We'll have our say, this is our day,
Liverpool's red army,
Is marching on it's way

Scouser in Gay Paris

Written by a group of Reds from the Canon Pub in Townsend Lane prior to the 1981 European Cup Final in Paris, this song doesn't get sung at the match but can be heard on occasion on trains and planes when Liverpool fans travel to away matches.

How would you like to be
A Scouser in Gay Paris
Walking along on the banks of the Seine
Winning the European Cup once again.
We'll go up the Eiffel Tower
And stay up there half an hour,
Cos we won't be too late
When we celebrate,
We're the Scousers in Gay Paris.

We'll visit the Follies Bergere
They like to see Scousers there
The woman are lovely
With skin like a peach
But they'll never move it like Kenny Dalglish

How would you like to be
A Scouser in Gay Paris.

Stevie G

When we find ourselves in times of trouble
Stevie G runs past me
Playing the game with wisdom, Stevie G

And in my home, the Spion Kop
We watch him jog, right in front of me
Spreading balls with wisdom, Stevie G

Let it be, let it be, let it be, Stevie G
The local lad turned hero, Stevie G

And when the jubilant Kopite people
All living in The Park agree
That we all know the answer, Stevie G

And although we may all be fooled,
There is still a chance that we will see
The footballing phenomenon, Stevie G

Let it be, let it be, let it be, Stevie G
Spreading balls with wisdom, Stevie G

And when the night is cloudy
There is still a man that we all see
A young, committed Kopite, Stevie G

Playing to the sound of music
Stevie G runs past me
Playing the game with wisdom, Stevie G
Let it be, let it be, let it be, Stevie G

For we all know the answer, his name is Stevie G
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Appearances
Most first team appearances    Ian Callaghan (857)
Most League appearances    Ian Callaghan (640)
Most FA Cup appearances    Ian Callaghan (79)
Most League Cup appearances    Ian Rush (78)
Most European appearances    Ian Callaghan (89)
Oldest player    Ted Doig, 41 yrs & 165 days v Newcastle United (A), 11 April 1908
Youngest player    Max Thompson, 17 yrs & 129 days v Tottenham Hotspur (a) 8 May 1974
Most seasons as an ever-present    Phil Neal (9)
Most consecutive appearances    Phil Neal (417) 23 October 1976 to 24 September 1983
Longest serving player    Elisha Scott – 21 yrs & 52 days: 1913 to 1934
Oldest debutant    Ted Doig, 37 yrs & 307 days v Burton U (H) 1 September 1904
     
Goals
Most first team goals    Ian Rush (346)
Most League goals    Roger Hunt (245)
Most FA Cup goals    Ian Rush (39)
Most League Cup goals    Ian Rush (48)
Most European goals    Michael Owen (22)
Highest scoring substitute    David Fairclough (18)
Most hat-tricks    Gordon Hodgson (17)
Most hat-tricks in a season    Roger Hunt (5 in 1961-62)
Most penalties scored    Jan Molby (42)
Most games without scoring    Ephraim Longworth (371)
Youngest goalscorer    Michael Owen, 17 yrs & 144 days v Wimbledon (a) 6 May 1997
Oldest goalscorer    Billy Liddell, 38 yrs & 55 days V Stoke City (h) 5 March 1960
     
Internationals
Most capped player    Ian Rush (67) with Wales
Most international goals    Ian Rush (26)
     
Honours
Most medals    Phil Neal (20)
     
Matches
Record victory    11-0 v Stromgodset
Record defeat    1-9 v Birmingham City
     
Transfer Fees
Record transfer fee paid    £14 million for Djibril Cisse
Record transfer fee received    £12.5 million for Robbie Fowler
     
Attendances
Highest League attendance:    58,757 v Chelsea, 1949/50
Highest FA Cup attendance    61,905 v Wolves, 1951/52 fifth round
Highest League Cup attendance    50,880 v Nottingham Forest, 1979/80 semi-final 2nd leg
Highest European attendance    55,104 v Barcelona, 1975/76 UEFA Cup semi-final 2nd leg
Lowest League attendance    1,000 v Loughborough Town on 7 December 1895
Lowest League attendance (post-war)    11,976 against Scunthorpe United for a Division 2 game on 22 April 1959
Lowest FA Cup attendance    4,000 v Newton on 29 October 1892 2nd Qualifying Round
Lowest FA Cup attendance (post-war)    11,207 v Chester City, 1945-46 3rd rd 2nd leg
Lowest League Cup attendance    9,902 v Brentford, 1983/84 2nd rd, 2nd leg
Lowest European attendance    12,021 v Dundalk, 1982/83 European Cup 1st rd, 1st leg
Record highest attendance    61,905 v Wolves, 1951/52 FA Cup fifth round
Record lowest attendance    1,000 against Loughborough Town on 7 December 1895

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