53394 seats
Official Stadium Name Anfield
Former Names (no former names)
Alternative Names (no alternative names)
Inauguration Date 28/09/1884
Opening Game Everton 5-0 Earlstown
Opening Game Date 28/09/1884
Attendance Record 61905
Record Match Liverpool 2-1 Wolves
Record Date 02/01/1952
Renovations 1895, 1903, 1906, 1928, 1957, 1963, 1973, 1982, 1992, 1994, 1998, 2014-2016
Design Archibald Leitch (1906)
KSS Group (2014-2016)
Cost -
Owner Fenway Sports Group
Operator Liverpool
Tenants Liverpool (1892-present)
Everton (1884-1892)
Premier League
Pitch Dimension 105x68 meters
Surface GrassMaster

Location and Contacts

Continent Europe
City Liverpool
Address Anfield Rd, Anfield, Liverpool L4 0TH
Coordinates 53°25′51″N 2°57′39″W
Telephone +44 151 260 6677
Website Official Website

In-Game Details

Category Real
Shadows Many
UT Quality Gold Rare
Default Time 20:00
Camera Height 15
Camera Zoom 12
Customization Tifos
Stadium Themes
Home FIFA/FC Clubs Liverpool
FIFA/FC Editions FC 24 | FC 25 | FIFA 01 | FIFA 02 | FIFA 03 | FIFA 04 | FIFA 05 | FIFA 06 | FIFA 07 | FIFA 08 | FIFA 09 | FIFA 10 | FIFA 11 | FIFA 12 | FIFA 13 | FIFA 14 | FIFA 15 | FIFA 16 | FIFA 17 | FIFA 18 | FIFA 19 | FIFA 20 | FIFA 2000 | FIFA 21 | FIFA 22 | FIFA 23 | FIFA 99

In-Game Images

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In-Game Video

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Stadium History

Although it operates since 1884, the first tenant was not LFC, but Everton. But since the club could not buy the ground from its owner, they moved to Goodison Park. The move left John Orrell with an empty stadium so he launched Liverpool FC. The club started playing in 1892 and by 1906 already had 2 championships on their account. During that time three new stands were raised. In 1928 history of the world’s most famous stand began, as The Kop was expanded to accommodate 30,000 standing fans. For decades this has been the central point for Liverpool FC fanbase. Further redevelopments allowed the club to achieve a record audience of over 61,000 in 1952 and play their first game with floodlights in 1957. Crucial changes came in the 90’s as a result of Taylor Report, published after Hillsborough disaster. Currently the stadium comemorises 96 victims of that day with an eternal flame. Legendary manager Bill Shankly also has his place at Anfield with a monument and a gate named after him. In 2014-2016 the stadium underwent its largest partial reconstruction to date. The western main stand grew from one to three tiers, dominating the stadium and landscape. Thanks to this change, LFC are able to invite over 50,000 fans for the first time since conversion to all-seating capacity. The club also has outline planning permission for similar expansion to follow along Anfield Road (north end).