Liverpool Football Club, or the Reds, has won the Champions League three times, in 1972-73, 1975-76 and 2000-01. It’s one of the most decorated football clubs in England and has won more competitions than any other English soccer team. The team hasn't won the Premier League since its inception in 1992. It has won the FA Cup seven times, the League Cup eight times and the European Cup five times.Continue Reading
Liverpool FC took over Anfield, its home stadium, in 1892 after Everton was evicted from the ground earlier that year. The team won its first ever League Championship in 1901 after a run of nine wins and three draws from its last 12 encounters. The Reds had their best run in the 1970s and ‘80s, taking home 11 league titles and seven European trophies under the stewardship of Bill Shankly and Bob Paisley. In 2001, the club won three titles in one season: the FA, UEFA and League Cups. It won its fifth European Cup in 2005.
Real Madrid has won the Champion League 10 times. Chelsea has won the trophy once, Manchester United thrice, Barcelona four times, Bayern Munich five times and AC Milan seven times. Arsenal has never won the cup.Learn more about Soccer/Football
Liverpool F.C. has won the League Title 18 times as of 2014, with the last one in the year 1989 to 1990. Its long-standing rival, Manchester United, is the only football club to eclipse this record with 20 League Titles.Full Answer >
Liverpool Football Club has won 90 trophies in total. Of these trophies, 41 are in the top five competitions. These are: League Championship (18), FA Cup (7), League Cup (8), European Cup Winners Cup (5) and UEFA Cup (3).Full Answer >
The football team Arsenal has won the league 13 times. Arsenal first won the English league in the 1930 and 31 season and last earned the title during the 2003 and 2004 season. The club's most successful period was during the 1930s, in which it picked up five league championships.Full Answer >
Some facts about the Liverpool Football Club are that the man who has appeared in the most first team appearances is Ian Callaghan, who has made 857 of those appearances as of 2015. The longest serving player in the history of the club is Elisha Scott, who served on the team from 1913 to 1934. The Liverpool Football Club was formed in 1892, four years after the football league in England came into being.Full Answer >