Team coach: Jürgen Klopp
Team captain: Jordan Henderson
Team stadium: Anfield
Number of championships: The team won the English Premier League Championship 18 times.
Number of Cup wins: FA Cup – 7 times; League Cup – 8 times; UEFA Cup – 5 times; UEFA Super Cup – 3 times.
UEFA Champions League wins: 5 times.
Formed in: 1892.
Nickname: The Reds.
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Liverpool History

Liverpool F.C, a football club in the English Premier League, is one the best known football clubs in the world, owing to its amazing achievements over the years. The club has won a record number of European trophies in comparison to other English teams, including three UEFA cups, five European cups and three UEFA Super Cups. At home, the club has won seven FA cups, eight League Cups and eighteen League titles. With such success, it's no wonder football fans want to see the team play live; however, tickets for the team's games tend to be snatched up as soon as they're offered for sale. But now there's a solution for that – with Ticketgum, you can purchase football tickets to any game you wish to see, quickly and efficiently, at extremely fair prices. This user-friendly website makes it easy for anyone to purchase football tickets online, as well as find information about games, venues and teams.

Liverpool  - Background

"The Reds", as the club is nicknamed by its fans, were founded in 1892, following a dispute between the Everton committee and John Houlding, the club's president and owner of the land at Anfield; the dispute ended in Houlding forming a new club – "Liverpool F.C.". During its first season, the club managed to win the Lancashire League, paving the way for many wins ahead. In 1901 Liverpool was promoted to the First Division. The club had won several trophies in the following decades, but after it lost its second Cup Final defeat in 1950, it was relegated to the Second Division during the 1953-54 season. In 1962 it was promoted to the First Division once again following the appointment of Bill Shankly as manager and several more new coaching staff members, who changed the team forever. This staff led the team to great achievements in the 1960s and 1970s, such as its double wins of the League and the UEFA Cup in both 1973 and 1976. After a host of outstanding achievements in the 1980s, led by legendary manager Bob Paisley, the 1990s proved to be a series of disappointments for the team and its fans. Managers came and went and the team had seemed to lose its magic touch. However, the 2000s opened with a bang, as The Reds won a "treble" in 2001: the FA Cup, the League Cup and the UEFA Cup. In 2010 Liverpool was facing bankruptcy, but then saved by John W. Henry, owner of the Fenway Sports Group and the Boston Red Sox who bought the club and became its owner. Since then the club's career has been slightly rocky but lately seems to be stabilizing as in the 2013-2014 season, Liverpool finished second behind Manchester United and returned to the Champions League. 2014-15 was a disappointing season for Liverpool and it finished sixth in the League. As a result, its manager at the time, Brendan Rodgers was fired, and replaced by Jürgen Klopp. In his first season, Klopp managed to take the team to the finals of both the UEFA Europa League and the Football League Cup; it finished as a runner-up in both.

Titles won in England

Liverpool have won the English League Championship 18 times and boast a record eight times win of the League Cup, recently in 2012.

Titles Won in Europe

The club also won the UEFA Cup three times in its history, most recently in 2001; won the UEFA Champions League five times, most recently in 2005; and the UEFA Super Cup three times, most recently in 2005.

Liverpool's Most Successful Period

So far, Liverpool's most successful seasons, with the most wins and titles occurred in the 1970s and 1980s: 1972-73 – first UEFA Cup, 1973-74  - the FA Cup, 1976 – double win of the League Cup and the UEFA Cup1983-84 – treble win of the League, the League Cup and the UEFA Cup, 1985-86 – double win of a League Cup and the FA Cup.

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