Liverpool

Liverpool (LIV)

Location: England
Founded: 1892
Alternative names: Liverpool FC
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Manager: Jürgen Klopp(Since: 8 October 2015)
Preferred formation: 4-3-3 Attacking
Stadium:Anfield(Anfield, Liverpool)
Squad value: €941.90m(#4 in Premier League)

Liverpool's Premier League History

Here you can see a summary of Liverpool's history in their 32 seasons in the Premier League since it's formation in 1992.
This data includes both current and past seasons so you can see for example, if Liverpool have ever have won the Premier League or been relegated and when, their highest and lowest league finishes as well as their average finishing position and more.
Total Premier League Seasons:
32 seasons (1228 matches)
Premier League Titles:
1
Premier League Relegations:
0
Total Premier League Points:
2258 points over 32 seasons
Highest league finish:
1st
Lowest league finish:
8th
Average league finish:
4th
Average league points:
71 points per season | 1.84 points per match
Average goals scored:
68 goals per season | 1.78 goals per match
Average goals conceeded:
39 goals per season | 1.01 goals per match
Position distribution:
In their 32 Premier League seasons Liverpool has finished:
* = includes current season.
1st1 time
2nd5 times
3rd7 times *
4th7 times
5th3 times
6th3 times
7th3 times
8th3 times

Liverpool Matches

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Goals scored: 14(2.33/match)
Goals conceeded: 10(1.67/match)

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Liverpool Standings

Liverpool Standings in all current competitions and seasons.

Liverpool FC History

Liverpool Football Club was founded in 1892, making it one of the oldest clubs in English history.

Liverpool's impressive history includes success in both domestic and international competitions, boasting 19 English top-flight titles, 7 FA Cups, and a record 8 League Cups. On the international stage, Liverpool has clinched the UEFA Champions League 6 times, the UEFA Europa League 3 times, and the UEFA Super Cup 4 times. They've also won the FIFA Club World Cup.

Since October 2010, the Fenway Sports Group (FSG) has owned Liverpool Football Club, driving its growth in performance, infrastructure, and global branding. FSG invests in talent, values the club's heritage, and maintains a strong bond with fans.

Financially, Liverpool FC stands as one of the most valuable football clubs in the world. According to Forbes, the club's estimated net worth is around $4.45 billion as of 2023.

FAQ

How many times have Liverpool won the Premier League?

Liverpool FC has won the English top-flight 19 times and the Premier League title just 1 time in the 2019-2020 season under the leadership of manager Jürgen Klopp, famously ending a 30-year league title drought.

When was the Last Time Liverpool Won the Premier League?

Liverpool last clinched the Premier League title in the 2019-2020 season, ending a 30-year wait for the top-tier league trophy.

When was the last time Liverpool was relegated?

Liverpool FC last faced relegation from the English top-flight in the 1953-54 season. Since then, they have maintained their status in the highest division of English football, and have never been relegated from the Premier League.

How much is Liverpool FC worth?

As of 2023 the club was estimated to be worth around $4.45 billion with a squad value of €921.40m (#4 in Premier League) for the 2023/24 season.

Who are Liverpools owners?

Liverpool FC is owned by Fenway Sports Group (FSG), an American sports company.

What is Liverpool's preferred formation?

Under Jürgen Klopp Liverpool have adopted a dynamic 4-3-3 formation with the emphasis on fast and attacking football using wing backs.

What is Liverpool's nickname?

Liverpool Football Club is affectionately known as "The Reds" due to their iconic all-red home kit.

When did Liverpool last win the Treble?

Liverpool achieved the treble in the 1983-1984 season by winning the League, the League Cup, and the European Cup.

When did Klopp join Liverpool as manager and who will replace Klopp?

Jürgen Klopp became Liverpool manager on 8 October 2015 making him one of the longest serving managers in the Premier Leagure.

With the 2023/24 season being his last charge it remains to be seen who will replace him with the Premier League rumour mill in full gear. Xabi Alonso is top of the list but seems unlikely to leave Leverkusen so Ruben Amorim and Julian Nagelsmann have been mentioned as potential alternatives.

Who Is Liverpool's Rival?

Liverpool's nearest rivals are Everton, with whom they contest the Merseyside Derby. In addition, Liverpool vs Manchester United and Liverpool vs Arsenal have become at times bitter rivals over the years.

Another often classic Premier League head to head is Liverpool vs Newcastle which is a match that often results in goals.

What symbol is on the Liverpool crest?

Liverpool's mascot is a Liver Bird, a mythical bird that is also a symbol of the city of Liverpool, representing the city's maritime history and heritage, the club's values, and its motto, "You'll Never Walk Alone," indicating unity and perseverance.

Football Clubs in Liverpool

Liverpool and Everton are the major professional football clubs in Liverpool, England, with Tranmere Rovers also representing the area in the lower leagues.

Who are Liverpool's sponsors?

Liverpool's kit features sponsorship from Standard Chartered as the shirt sponsor and Nike as the kit manufacturer, these deals estimated to be worth around £40 million and £70 million per year, respectively.

Liverpool Fans Nickname

Liverpool fans are often referred to as "Kopites," after the famous Spion Kop stand at Anfield.

Liverpool FC Stadium Tour

Anfield is the iconic home of Liverpool FC, has been standing since 1884, making it one of the oldest football stadiums still in use in England. The stadium tour at Anfield offers fans a behind-the-scenes look at one of football's most historic venues, including access to the dressing rooms, player tunnel, and manager's dugout.

Liverpool Competitions

Find all Liverpool matches (fixtures and results) from previous seasons with our competition seasons archives

Previous Seasons (34)