As expected, Liverpool have today set a new attendance record, with over 59,000 people attending the match between Liverpool and Burnley in the Premier League.
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Liverpool are hopeful of a record crowd this Saturday, as the expansion of the Anfield Road Stand nears completion.
After a series of setbacks and delays last year, the Anfield Road expansion is now partially open. But when will the expansion be complete, and what will Anfield's new capacity be when it is finished.
Liverpool's Anfield stadium is one of the most beloved football stadiums in the world. But why is it called Anfield?
As the eagerly awaited Anfield Road Stand expansion nears completion, we take a look at the capacity of Anfield, and see how it compares to our rivals grounds.
Liverpool FC CEO - Billy Hogan - has confirmed that talks are already under way, with regards to the next phase of developing Anfield.
Liverpool FC has released a new update on the Anfield Road Expansion, with a phased opening of the upper tier beginning much sooner than previously anticipated.
Ongoing delays mean the top tier of the Anfield Road Stand will now not open until 2024, with Liverpool losing £millions in ticket sales.
There was much excitement the other day, when the UK and Ireland won the rights to host the EURO 2028 competition. But anyone hoping Anfield would be used as a venue will be left disappointed.