Liverpool Stats

Mains Stats
Total Games22

1st Half Goals21
Goals by Defenders4
Goals conceded10
Clean sheets12
Yellow Cards20
Red Cards1
Hand Balls12
Other Stats
Free Kicks13
Crosses 374
Blocked Crosses 30
Challenges Lost156
Headed Clearance171
Own Goals
Shots on Target134
Blocked Shots81

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The Liverpool Football Club was formed at Anfield in 1892 and very quickly rose to the top of English football. They started out in the Lancashire League and immediately won the Liverpool District Cup in their first season. A year later they joined the Football League, winning promotion to the top division upon their very first attempt.

This success made them the target and inevitable rival of an older Liverpool-area Club—Everton F.C., founded in 1878 and an original member of the Football League. Beginning in 1894, the two Clubs would contest against each other for bragging rights in the annual “Merseyside Derby,” a friendly match-up that has continued till this day.

It only took until 1901 for the "Reds" to claim their first League title. It was a feat they would repeat in 1906 en route to their inaugural FA Cup Final appearance in 1914. Although the Club did not prevail in their first big stage outing, losing to Burnley at Crystal Palace before a crowd of over 72,000 spectators, they had proven themselves as a force with which to be reckoned and would take back-to-back Football League Championships in 1922 and 1923.

After World War II, Liverpool F.C. demonstrated how quickly rebuilding could take place, gaining their fifth League trophy in 1947—the first Champions of the post-War era. Three years later, however, the FA Cup eluded their grasp once again, as the Reds fell to Arsenal 2-0 at Wembley Stadium in the 1950 edition.

One of the Club’s darkest days came in 1954. After 50 consecutive seasons of top flight football, Liverpool found themselves relegated to Division Two. It would take eight years for the boys to work their way back to the rank of the elites, but once they did, there was no stopping them from claiming their sixth League Championship in 1964. That same year the Liverpudlians shared the Charity Shield with West Ham.

The 1964 season also launched the Reds’ third campaign for the FA Cup, and this time they would not be denied. Sporting all-red uniforms for the first time in Club history, the Liverpool side made short work of all comers on the road to a showdown with Leeds United in London in May 1965. In a thrilling match that went to extra time and ended in a score of 2-1, the Reds earned their Holy Grail at last.

This addition to the Anfield trophy case was the breakthrough that all of Liverpool had been anticipating for 73 years. During the next two years, they won two more Charity Shields, a seventh League title and a first-ever trip to the European Cup Finals. Then, in the 1970s, they would dominate, earning a second FA Cup in 1974, four more League championships, two UEFA Cup win (1973 and 1976) , a UEFA Super Cup victory (1977) and back-to-back European Cup trophies in 1977 and 1978.

But that was just the prelude to Liverpool’s greatest decade ever. Between 1980 and 1990, the Reds captured an incredible seven First Division titles. They took the League Cup four consecutive times from 1981 through 1984. They also added six Shields to the trophy rack, another pair of European Cups (1981 and 1984) and two more FA Cups (1986 and 1989).

Much like their great rival, Manchester United, Liverpool F.C. are almost always favoured going into any match, tournament or league action. Even though the Reds have been unable to hoist the Football League Championship trophy for the past twenty years, they are always in the hunt.

In 1992, 2001 and 2006, the Club were FA Cup winners again. In 1995, 2001 and 2003, they earned the League Cup. They have also garnered two more UEFA Super Cups (2001 and 2005), a third UEFA Cup (2001) and the 2004-05 UEFA Champions League trophy.

One good bet is that anytime Liverpool get off to a slow start in the first half of the Premier League season, they are apt to make up ground in the second half. The Reds are scrappy and used to having their way. Wagering against them comes with considerable risk, and even at short odds they make a strong addition to any accumulator.

Any odds displayed within this article were correct at the time of publishing (13/01/2017) but are subject to change.