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Introducing the Official Bet Liverpool football website, bringing Reds fans the latest Football Odds, News, Tips and much more.

We have added some useful facts surrounding the great Liverpool Football Club below:

The Club was founded in 1892, after a split with Everton FC.

The Stadium is known as Anfield.

The Stadium capacity as at 2015 is 45,522

Ian Rush is the current All Time Greatest goal scorer with 229 goals for Liverpool FC

The highest ever spectator attendance at Anfield stands at 61,905 in 1951

The Clubs derby team is Everton, who are situated across the road.

Liverpool Football Club currently compete in the English Premier League.

The Twitter account for LFC can be found here along with the Official Google + page here.

There are some fantastic images available on the Official Liverpool FC Instagram page along with some great videos on there Youtube account here.

In addition the Fans favourite images can be viewed and liked on the Liverpool FC Pinterest page.

We recommend Away fans review the “Getting to Anfield guide here” for travel directions and other resources.

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