Liverpool Football Club is one of the most successful football clubs in England, in Europe and the world. In 1901, the club’s emblem was born. There is a Liver Bird, the symbol of Liverpool City, placed inside a shield on the emblem. Above the shield are the typical Shankly Gate and the title of the club’s famous song “You’ll Never Walk Alone”. There are also two symmetrical flames on the both sides of the shield.
Anfield Stadium is the club’s main field. It was built in 1884 and was used by Everton club in the first place. In 1892, Everton club quarreled with John Houlding, the owner of Anfield Stadium, because of the rental problem. Later, Everton moved away and John Houlding decided to build a new football team. The stadium contained, at that time, 20 thousand people. However, only 100 people came to the stadium to watch Liverpool’s first game. In 2004, the City Hall of Liverpool approved Liverpool club’s project that it would built a new stadium which could contain 60 thousand people near to Anfield Stadium. This stadium was scheduled to be built in 2008. But the club had to postpone this plan because of the global financial crisis in 2009. In 2012, the club gave up on this plan and started a new plan about the expansion of Anfield Stadium. In 2013, the plan has been confirmed and there would be 60 thousand seats in the stadium.