"Liverpool" spēlē Anglijas Premjerlīgā un ir panākumiem visbagātākais klubs Anglijas futbola vēsturē; komanda ieguvusi vairāk trofejas nekā jebkura cita angļu vienība. [83], Liverpool faced six-time European champions Milan in the final at the Atatürk Stadium in Istanbul on 25 May 2005. The game was won after Liverpool tied 3–3 with A.C. Milan, after being down 3–0 at half-time. Crucial to their progress was goalkeeper Ray Clemence, who made two important penalty saves against Hibernian and Dresden, saving Liverpool from elimination on the away goals rule on both occasions. [75] They faced German club Bayer Leverkusen and won the first leg 1–0. [44] Another quarter-final exit occurred in the 1982–83 European Cup when Polish club Widzew Łódź eliminated Liverpool 4–3 on aggregate. Liverpool Football Club (/ ˈ l ɪ v ər p uː l /) (originally, Everton Athletics in 1892) is a professional association football club based in Liverpool, Merseyside, England. [29] Liverpool competed in the Cup Winners' Cup during Paisley's first season and defeated Strømsgodset of Norway 11–0 at Anfield. [19], In the next four seasons, they competed in the European Cup and Inter-Cities Fairs Cup, but failed to progress past the third round in either competition. [81], Liverpool had finished fourth in the 2003–04 season, which qualified them to compete in the Champions League in the 2004–05 season. However, the style of football that Ajax played – a patient passing game, inspired by Johann Cruyff – convinced Shankly that Liverpool had to replicate this style to be successful in Europe. The defeat marked a shift in emphasis in the style of Liverpool's play to a more patient approach. [18] Striker, Roger Hunt, described the defeat as "an off night" and said, "it was probably the most disappointing defeat over the years because we just didn't play. The match was tied at 4–4 in extra time when Alavés defender Delfí Geli scored an own goal to give Liverpool victory on the golden goal rule. Further information on the origins of European football: First steps in Europe – the Shankly years (1965–74), European domination – the Paisley years (1974–83), Triumph and tragedy – the Fagan years (1983–85), Renewed European success – the Benítez years (2004–10), Resurgence – the Klopp years (2015–present), The table excludes former nations such as, European Cup and UEFA Champions League history, List of Liverpool F.C. [50] After the game, gangs of Roma fans assaulted Liverpool supporters travelling back to their hotels. De la fondarea sa în 1892, Liverpool a câștigat cel mai mare număr de Cupe UEFA, Supercupe ale Europei și Cupe ale Ligii. "Liverpool" 19 reizes ir ieguvuši Anglijas čempionu titulu, kā arī septiņas reizes uzvarējuši Anglijas Līgas kausā. Their 5th success was in Istanbul in 2005. The second leg at Anfield began well for Liverpool when Keegan scored in the first two minutes. The season was suspended from 5 April to 17 June due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Liverpool Football Club (/ˈlɪvərpuːl/) (originally, Everton Athletics in 1892) is a professional association football club based in Liverpool, Merseyside, England. The first, the UEFA Super Cup, was originally a match played between the winners of the European Cup and the Cup Winners' Cup. Liverpool beat Dutch team Vitesse Arnhem and Auxerre to set up an all-British tie with Scottish team Celtic. Liverpool F.C. In December 2019, Liverpool won the FIFA Club World Cup for the first time. With six minutes remaining, David Fairclough was brought on to replace John Toshack; he immediately scored in front of the Kop, ensuring a 3–2 aggregate victory for Liverpool. [30] They lost in the next round to Hungarian side Ferencváros on the away goals rule. [47] Liverpool won the first leg at Anfield 1–0. Liverpool reached the quarter-finals and again faced Chelsea, but lost 7–5 on aggregate. ", "Liverpool beat Chelsea on penalties to win Super Cup", "Firmino winner seals Club World Cup win", "Monterrey 1-2 Liverpool: Club World Cup semi-final – as it happened", English football clubs in international competitions, English clubs in the European Cup and UEFA Champions League, List of football matches between British clubs in UEFA competitions, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Liverpool_F.C._in_international_football&oldid=1015761164, English football clubs in European football, Short description is different from Wikidata, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License. There were no goals during extra time, so the match was decided by a penalty shoot-out. Liverpool is the honorest English club with 48 official trophies in total. [60] Their first match, in the UEFA Cup, was against Finnish side Kuusyi Lahti, which they won 6–1. [108] After winning the group, Liverpool qualified for the knockout phase, beating FC Augsburg in the round of 32 before facing bitter rivals Manchester United in the round of 16, the two clubs' first meeting in Europe. [4][5] When the European Cup was first played, Liverpool were in the Second Division, following relegation from the First Division after the 1953–54 season, and thus were ineligible for the competition. Of that there is no doubt". Kennedy scored for Liverpool, but the away goals rule meant they still needed another goal to win the tie. [103] A seventh-place finish in the 2012–13 Premier League and a failure to secure qualification via domestic cups meant Liverpool failed to qualify for any European competition in the 2013–14 season. [102], Liverpool qualified for the knockout phase of the 2012–13 Europa League after winning their group at the group stage, but were eliminated from the competition at the round of 32 by Zenit Saint Petersburg on the away goals rule after a 0–2 loss away and a 3–1 win at home. and joined the Football League in 1893. The capacity of the stadium at the time was 20,000, although only 100 spectators attended Liverpool's first match at Anfield. [123][124] The Champions League title defense ended early for the Reds, as they were eliminated by Atlético Madrid following a 4–2 defeat across two legs after extra time in the round of 16. Their manager by this stage was Graeme Souness, who had taken over towards the end of the previous season following Dalglish's resignation. Liverpool were eliminated in the second round by Bayern Munich of Germany, losing 3–1 on aggregate. Liverpool FC yew klubê futboliê dewleta İngıltereyo.Klub, sûka Liverpooli de serra 1892ıne de ameyo ronaene. They played their first FA Cup final in 1914, losing 1–0 to Burnley. [32], As the 1975–76 league champions, the club entered the 1976–77 European Cup. [43] The club's defence of the European Cup in 1981–82 was ended by CSKA Sofia in the quarter-finals. [64] Liverpool finished no higher than sixth in the Premier League during the next two seasons, thus failing to qualify for European competition. A second-placed finish in the 2013–14 Premier League, ensured Liverpool qualified for the group stage of the 2014–15 Champions League. This influenced their tactics – The Times reported that Liverpool employed a "holding action" against the "attacking Germans". [54] Despite calls for an abandonment, the match was played, as it was felt that further trouble would be caused otherwise. Liverpool's total of three UEFA Cup wins has been bettered only by Sevilla, who have won the competition six times. Liverpool Football Club er en engelsk fodboldklub fra Liverpool – ofte forkortet Liverpool FC, eller mere simpelt LFC.Liverpool F.C. Dertil kommer tre UEFA Cup- og fire UEFA Super Cup-titler. Liverpool Football Club is a professional association football club in Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) competitions. The last domestic trophy they won was the EFL Cup in February 2012, after beating Cardiff City. [41], Liverpool participated in the 1980–81 European Cup as English league champions, defeating Finnish champions Oulun Palloseura, Scottish club Aberdeen and CSKA Sofia of Bulgaria to qualify for the semi-finals, where they faced three-time champions Bayern Munich. A Liverpool FC – becenevükön "A Vörösök" (The Reds) – az angol bajnoki címeket tekintve a második legsikeresebb klub: 19-szeres angol bajnok.Emellett a csapat 7-szeres FA-kupa-győztes, 8-szoros Ligakupa-győztes, valamint 15-szörös Szuperkupa-győztes. Liverpool didirikan pada tanggal 15 Maret 1892 sebagai akibat perseteruan antara Komite Everton FC dengan John Houlding sebagai Presiden Klub yang juga pemilik stadion Anfield.Sebelumnya pada tahun 1891 John Houlding, sebagai penyewa dari Stadion Anfield, membeli tanah tersebut secara langsung dan mengusulkan meningkatkan harga sewa dari £ 100 sampai £ 250 per tahun. [38] They faced Anderlecht in the 1978 European Super Cup, but failed to retain the trophy, losing 4–3 on aggregate against the Belgian side. Since the establishment of the club in 1892, 45 players have been club captain of Liverpool F.C. The next round, against Belgian club Anderlecht, was the first time in Liverpool's history that they wore their now common all-red strip. The score remained the same throughout full and extra time; Liverpool won the subsequent penalty shoot-out, with Alan Kennedy scoring the winning penalty after goalkeeper Bruce Grobbelaar had put off Francesco Graziani, causing him to place his penalty over the crossbar. These consist of the UEFA Champions League (formerly known as the European Cup) six times, the UEFA Europa League (formerly the UEFA Cup) three times, the … [99] A 1–0 aggregate victory ensured progression to the round of 16, in which Liverpool lost 1–0 on aggregate to eventual runners-up Braga. [125] Liverpool qualified for the 2020–21 edition group stage by winning the Premier League. The ban prevented them qualifying for the European Cup in 1986 (as league champions and FA Cup winners), the UEFA Cup in 1987 (as league runners-up), the European Cup in 1988 (as league champions), the European Cup Winners' Cup in 1989 (as FA Cup winners) and the European Cup in 1990 (as league champions). Liverpool Football Club on englantilainen Valioliigassa pelaava jalkapallojoukkue.Liverpool on perustettu vuonna 1892 ja sen kotikenttä on ollut alusta asti Anfield Liverpoolissa.Liverpool on Englannin jalkapallohistorian menestyneimpiä seuroja. [48], Fagan's first season in charge of Liverpool had been a successful one. [97] A seventh-place finish in the 2009–10 Premier League meant Liverpool would be competing in the 2010–11 Europa League. Only 2 teams have won more Champions Leagues than Liverpool – Real Madrid and A.C. Milan with 13 and 7 respectively. [57] Three days after the final, UEFA banned all English clubs from European competition for an indefinite period. Mit 18 Meistertiteln ist der FC Liverpool einer der erfolgreichsten Vereine Englands, der darüber hinaus siebenmal den FA Cup sowie achtmal den Ligapokal gewann. It is also the club's 28th consecutive season in the Premier League. They qualified for the UEFA Cup as runners-up in the English league. A founding member of the top-tier FA Women's Super League, Liverpool currently play in the second-tier FA Women's Championship after being relegated in 2020.. Liverpool became the first English women's football club to offer all players full-time professional contracts prior to the 2013 FA WSL season. [67][68] A seventh-place finish in the 1998–99 FA Premier League meant the club did not qualify for Europe in 1999–2000. After claiming their fourth League title in 1947, the club entered a period of mediocrity which culminated with their relegation to Second Division in 1954. [36] Liverpool won the tie 7–1 on aggregate. Victories over Odense of Denmark and Spanish champions Athletic Bilbao brought Liverpool to face Portuguese champions Benfica in the quarter-finals. [56] UEFA laid the blame for the incident solely on the Liverpool fans: the official UEFA observer stated, "Only the English fans were responsible. He then turned the club's storage room into the famous "Boot Room", a place that would se… [31] Their opponents in the final were Club Brugge of Belgium. [120] This time, the Reds won the final 2–0, beating fellow English side Tottenham Hotspur, thus securing the club's sixth European title and lifting their first European trophy since 2005. [10], Bill Shankly began managing Liverpool in 1959, and it was under him that the team first competed in European competition in 1964–65, qualifying for the European Cup by winning the First Division championship the previous season. [26] Liverpool also won the First Division championship that season, and as a result, qualified for the 1973–74 European Cup, where they were eliminated in the second round by Red Star Belgrade of Yugoslavia. [114][115] Liverpool played Sevilla in the final at St. Jakob-Park, Basel, on 18 May, losing 3–1. The second leg was controversial; Shankly described it as "a war". Their 6th and most recent success was in 2019 when they beat fellow Premier League club Tottenham Hotspur 2-0 in Madrid. Situated 2 miles (3 km) from Liverpool city centre, it was originally used by Everton before the club moved to Goodison Park after a dispute over rent with Anfield owner John Houlding. [71] The performance of Gary McAllister, whose free-kick resulted in the winning goal, was praised as "outstanding" by Trevor Brooking. The outlook for the second leg appeared to be to Liverpool's advantage, as their counter-attacking style of play had served them well during away matches throughout the season;[76] however, they lost the second leg 4–2 and were eliminated 4–3 on aggregate. Liverpool competed in European competitions for 21 consecutive seasons until the 1985 European Cup Final, the occasion of the Heysel Stadium disaster, following which the club was banned from European competitions for six seasons. [78] The third-place finish meant they entered the 2002–03 UEFA Cup. records and statistics, "From the archive: Liverpool 3–1 Internazionale", "Football: History not on United's side – European Cup quarter-final: Italian clubs have usually had the upper hand on some pulsating nights of action", "Technocrat to blame for Athens anti-climax", "Heysel remembered: the horror of a tragedy waiting to happen", "English fans were responsible. [52], Liverpool entered the 1984–85 European Cup as champions, and once again progressed to the final, where their opponents were Juventus of Italy. [72] This was the club's first European trophy since their European Cup victory in 1984. Their opponents in the semi-finals were Dinamo București of Romania. Der FC Liverpool (offiziell: Liverpool Football Club) auch bekannt als The Reds (englisch für Die Roten) ist ein 1892 gegründeter Fußballverein aus Liverpool. [87] The victory also entitled Liverpool to compete in the 2005 UEFA Super Cup at Stade Louis II, Monaco in August. Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. [11] The club's first opponents were Knattspyrnufélag Reykjavíkur of Iceland, who they played in the preliminary round. and Athletic Grounds Ltd» ante la Asociación Inglesa de Fútbol. Osvojio je 18 naslova prvaka Engleske (samo Manchester United sa 20 ima više), 7 FA kupova, 8 Liga kupova, 3 UEFA kupa i 6 naslova UEFA Lige prvaka. [40] Liverpool entered the 1979–80 European Cup as English champions but were again eliminated in the first round, this time beaten 4–2 on aggregate by Dinamo Tbilisi of the Soviet Union. [88] Their success in the Champions League meant Liverpool also qualified for the 2005 FIFA Club World Championship, where they lost 1–0 in the final to Brazilian team São Paulo. [61] A 6–2 aggregate victory set up a tie against Auxerre of France in the second round who they beat 3–2 on aggregate. This remains the club's largest margin of victory in all matches. [58], The ban on English clubs in European competitions ultimately lasted for five years, and even when the ban was lifted in 1990, Liverpool were not re-admitted; they had to serve an extra year. (1892–1959) – The club was founded in 1892 following a split from Everton F.C. They have also won the UEFA Super Cup on four occasions; only Barcelona and Milan (with 5 each) have won the competition more. Everton Athletic), tačiau Anglijos futbolo asociacija šio pavadinimo nepripažino, tad klubas gavo „Liverpool FC“ vardą. Liverpool won 11–1 on aggregate. Left with an empty ground, Houlding founded Liverpool in 1892 and the club has played at Anfield ever since. [107] During the group stage, manager Brendan Rodgers was replaced by Jürgen Klopp. Liverpool's anthem is "You'll Never Walk Alone". The 1985 European Cup Final was held at the Heysel Stadium in Brussels. Conceived by Gabriel Hanot, the editor of L'Équipe, as a competition for winners of the European national football leagues, it is considered the most prestigious European football competition.