LFC Premier League Attendances 2018-19 | Anfield Crowd Figures 18-19

Highest Premier League attendances for the year 2018-19- 22 September 2018 Liverpool vs Southampton 3-0 53,457

Lowest Premier League attendances for the year 2018-19- 2 December 2018 Liverpool vs Everton 1-0 51,756

Average premier league attendances for the year 2018-19 -53,101

12 August 2018Liverpool vs West Ham United 4-053,235
25 August 2018Liverpool vs Brighton &Hove Albion 1-053,294
22 September 2018Liverpool vs Southampton 3-053,457
7 October 2018Liverpool vs Manchester City 0-052,117
27 October 2018Liverpool vs Cardiff City 4-153,373
11 November 2018Liverpool vs Fulham 2-053,128
2 December 2018Liverpool vs Everton 1-051,756
16 December 2018Liverpool vs Manchester United 3-152,908
26 December 2018Liverpool vs Newcastle United 4-053,318
29 December 2018Liverpool vs Arsenal 5-153,326
19 January 2019Liverpool vs Crystal Palace 4-353,171
30 January 2019Liverpool vs Leicester City 1-153,092
9 February 2019Liverpool vs Bournemouth 3-053,178
28 February 2019Liverpool vs Watford 5-053,316
10 March 2019Liverpool vs Burnely 4-253,310
31 March 2019Liverpool vs Tottenham Hotspur 2-153,322
14 April 2019Liverpool vs Chelsea 2-053,279
26 April 2019Liverpool vs Huddersfield Town 5-053,249
12 May 2019Liverpool v Wolverhampton Wanderers53,331

Referee for LFC-Leicester announced as Martin Atkinson

The Premier League have officially announced that Martin Atkinson will be in charge of Liverpool’s next league game against Leicester City. The fixture will be played on 30 January at Anfield, with Atkinson set to be assisted by Stephen Child and Lee Betts.

Liverpool have a really good recent record under Atkinson. Their last defeat under him was over two years ago in the EFL Cup semifinals to Southampton. For their last league defeat, one needs to go even further back, all the way to March 2015.

Atkinson has already officiated two Liverpool fixtures this season- a 0-0 draw at home against Man City and a 3-1 win over Man Utd that effectively lead to the Red Devils sacking Jose Mourinho.

Leicester’s only game with Atkinson at the helm was on New Years’ Day earlier this month against Liverpool’s neighbours Everton. The Foxes came away from Goodison Park with a 1-0 win. Interesting for the Midlands outfit- they started the month with an Atkinson refereed game, and will finish it with another, both in the same city!

This particular fixture was last refereed by Atkinson on Boxing Day in the 2015/16 season, with Christian Benteke scoring the winner for the Reds against Claudio Ranieri’s side. That was of course the season Leicester won the title- one of the league’s greatest success stories.

Chasing ‘Rushie’: The men following in Anfield legend Ian Rush’s goalscoring footsteps

Liverpool have had a long line of great goalscorers down the years, and none were better than Ian Rush.

The Welshman joined Liverpool from Chester City where he’d hit 14 goals from 34 league games and became an Anfield legend.

Rush’s 346 goals aren’t just an all-time goalscoring record – they’re a mark that in the modern-day era looks almost impossible to match. Continue reading “Chasing ‘Rushie’: The men following in Anfield legend Ian Rush’s goalscoring footsteps”

Trent Alexander-Arnold nominated for Golden Boy Award-2018

Liverpool’s Trent Alexander Arnold has been nominated for Golden Boy award. The other Premier League are are Tom Davies from Everton, Diogo Dalot for Man United, Phil Foden For Man City. Continue reading “Trent Alexander-Arnold nominated for Golden Boy Award-2018”

Shaqiri likely to play a key role for Liverpool

Liverpool have significantly strengthened this summer with the arrival of Alisson, Naby Keita and Fabinho but the addition of Swiss International Xherdan Shaqiri looks their shrewdest bit of business. The playmaker impressed for Stoke last season despite the Potters suffering relegation to the Championship and the 26-year old can flourish in a forward- thinking expansive Reds side. Continue reading “Shaqiri likely to play a key role for Liverpool”