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Sunday September 22 2019
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Live Streaming Liverpool - Here we have presented a live streaming schedule to watch your favorite online football with the nickname liverpool, which every time the liverpool club competes in each league we present the play schedule, on this site even though you are not on TV channels broadcast live but here there is no term re-broadcast or delay, even though in the same hour with other clubs in the V channel here we have a solution to keep you watching through BeIN Sport 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 , 6, 7, 8 and so on.

For a brief moment the founding of Liverpool Football Club (also known as Liverpool or the Reds) is a football club in the English Premier League. Liverpool is the most successful club in the history of English football based in the city of Liverpool. Liverpool have won 5 Champions League trophies (formerly the Champions Cup), which is a British record.18 Premier League titles, 7 FA Cups and 7 League Cup wins. Their stadium is at Anfield, which is about 4.8 km from Liverpool city center.

History
One of the most successful clubs in the United Kingdom. Founded in 1892 due to John Holding's feud with Everton FC, Liverpool incarnate serious strength in the English football competition. The club was named Everton FC and Athletic Grounds, Ltd., or summarized by Everton Athletic, but the FA refused to recognize two teams named Everton. Houlding finally chose the name Liverpool FC.

It didn't take long for Liverpool to taste a league title. In 1900/01, Liverpool won the First Division and repeated it five years later. The first FA Cup final was held in 1914, although they were beaten by Burnley 1-0. Liverpool had struggled before Bill Shankly arrived as manager in 1959. Shankly fixed the team on a large scale and used a room called The Boot Room to hold a coach meeting.

Liverpool's triumph with Shankly continued with Bob Paisley, who among others succeeded in bringing the Reds to embrace the first European trophy. In 1972/73, Liverpool won the UEFA Cup and followed the Champions Cup four years later. Liverpool's golden period began. Unfortunately, the golden record was slightly tarnished by the Heysel and Hillsborough incidents in the 1980s. Both of these horrific incidents claimed the lives of football audiences and are still remembered today. The last time Liverpool won the league was the 1989/90 season and they had waited too long to taste the first success in the Premier League era.

Golden Age
Liverpool was very dominant in the 1970s and 1980s. Famous players at this time include Ray Clemence, Mark Lawrenson, Graeme Souness, Ian Callaghan, Phil Neal, Kevin Keegan, Alan Hansen, Kenny Dalglish (102 caps), and Ian Rush (346 goals)

Liverpool reached its best era while still headed by Bill Shankly. The coach later became a Liverpool legend. He was highly respected for successfully bringing Liverpool back to the first division after previously holding in the second division for 8 seasons. In honor of his services, a statue of Bill Shankly was made at the entrance to Anfield.

Symbol
In tradition, red and white are the colors of the club. But in its development it turned red in the 1960s. Like the club symbol that continues to grow following the development of Liverpool's history, with two flames inserted into the club's symbol after the Hillsborough Tragedy to honor 96 Liverpool supporters who died in the event. Liverpool have played at Anfield since its founding, and are planned to move to a new stadium in Stanley Park. It is estimated that the new stadium will be completed in 2011.

Tragedy
The club was also involved in two major tragedies in European football, namely in the Heysel Tragedy in 1985 and the Hillsborough Tragedy in 1989. The Heysel Tragedy resulted in clubs from the UK being banned from appearing in European championships for 5 years.

List of Liverpool Player Names 2018-2019

Goalkeeper
13 - Alisson Becker (Brazil)
22 - Simon Mignolet (Belgium)

Midfielder
3 - Fabinho (Brazil)
5 - Giorginio Wijnaldum (Netherlands)
7 - James Milner (United Kingdom)
8 - Naby Keita (Guinea)
14 - Jordan Henderson (United Kingdom)
20 - Adam Lallana (United Kingdom)
21 - Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (United Kingdom)
23 - Xherdan Shaqiri (Switzerland)
50 - Lazar Markovic (Serbia)

Defender
2 - Nathaniel Clyne (United Kingdom)
4 - Virgil van Dijk (Netherlands)
6 - Dejan Lovren (Croatia)
12 - Joe Gomez (UK)
18 - Alberto Moreno (Spain)
26 - Andrew Robertson (Scotland)
32 - Joel Matip (Cameroon)
66 - Trent Alexander-Arnold (United Kingdom)

Attacker
9 - Roberto Firmino (Brazil)
10 - Sadio Mane (Senegal)
11 - Mohamed Salah (Egyptian)
15 - Daniel Sturridge (UK)
27 - Divock Origi (Belgium)
29 - Dominic Solake (English)

Predictions of the Liverpool Formation
Coach: Jurgen Klopp (Germany)

List of Latest Liverpool Transfers
The following is the latest Liverpool player transfer market activity, both new Liverpool players next season and players sold by Liverpool to other clubs. Player prices are quoted from the Transfermarkt website with a unit price of million euros.

Liverpool players are sold
Emre Can (to Juventus, free)
Loris Karius (to Besiktas, borrow)
Ragnar Klavan (to Cagliari, 1m)
Marko Grujic (to Hertha, borrow)
Danny Ings (to Southampton, borrow)
Jon Flanagan (to Rangers, free)
Ben Woodburn (to Sheffield United, borrow)
Connor Randall (to Rochdale, borrow)
Sheyi Ojo (to Reims, borrow)
Adam Bogdan (to Hibernian, borrow)
Danny Ward (to Leicester, 14m)
Jordan Williams (to Rochdale, free)

New Liverpool player
Alisson Becker (from AS Roma, 63m)
Naby Keita (from RB Leipzig, 60m)
Fabinho (from AS Monaco, 45m)
Xherdan Shaqiri (from Stoke City, 15m)
Divock Origi (from Wolfsburg, returning from the loan period)
Daniel Sturridge (from West Brom, back from the loan period)
Lazar Markovic (from Anderlecht, back from the loan period)

Alisson
Arnold - van Dijk - Lovren - Robertson

Keita - Fabinho - Henderson

Wrong - Firmino - Mane

That is how we can make a live straming schedule to watch online football in Liverpool and a short history of the establishment of Liverpool Club, which is still dominant, even more here, Football Club is as good as it is and is getting to the public because it has many top class players and has won several times. in every league they follow, of course for the Liverpool fans it is very much awaiting for the liverpool club schedule that they are proud of.