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History

CLUB HONOURS

League Champions
1900-01, 1905-06, 1921-22, 1922-23, 1946-47, 1963-64, 1965-66, 1972-73, 1975-76, 1976-77, 1978-79, 1979-80, 1981-82, 1982-83, 1983-84, 1985-86, 1987-88, 1989-90 (18)

European Cup Winners
1976-77, 1977-78, 1980-81, 1983-84, 2004-05 (5)

FA Cup Winners
1964-65, 1973-74, 1985-86, 1988-89, 1991-92, 2000-01, 2005-06 (7)

League Cup Winners
1980-81, 1981-82, 1982-83, 1983-84, 1994-95, 2000-01, 2002-03, 2011-12 (8)

UEFA Cup Winners
1972-73, 1975-76, 2000-01 (3)

European Super Cup Winners
1977, 2001, 2005 (3)

Super Cup Winners
1985-86 (1)

FA Charity Shield Winners
1964*, 1965*, 1966, 1974, 1976, 1977*, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1986*, 1988, 1989, 1990*, 2001, 2006 (15) *shared

Division Two Winners
1893-94, 1895-96, 1904-05, 1961-62 (4)

Lancashire League Winners
1892-93 (1)

Carlsberg Trophy
1997-98, 1998-99, 1999-2000 (3)

Reserve Division One Winners
1956-57, 1968-69, 1969-70, 1970-71, 1972-73, 1973-74, 1974-75, 1975-76, 1976-77, 1978-79, 1979-80, 1980-81, 1981-82, 1983-84, 1984-85, 1989-90, 1999-2000, 2007-08 (18)

Barclays Reserves National Champions
2007-08 (1)

FA Youth Cup Winners
1995-96, 2005-06, 2006-07 (3)

MATCH RECORDS

Record victory
11-0 v Strømsgodset (European Cup Winners' Cup first round, Sept 1974)

Record defeat
1-9 v Birmingham (Division Two, Dec 1954)

Record League win
10-1 Rotherham Town (Division Two, Feb 1896)

Record FA Cup win
9-0 Newton (second qualifier, Oct 1892 )
8-0 Swansea (third round replay, Jan 1990)

Record FA Cup defeat
0-5 Bolton Wanderers (fourth round, first-leg, Jan 1946)

Record League Cup win
10-0 Fulham (second round, first-leg, Sept 1986)

Record League Cup defeat
3-6 Arsenal (fifth round, Jan 2007)

Most league wins in a season
30 wins from 42 games (1978-79)

Fewest league wins in a season
7 wins from 30 games (1894-95)

Most league defeats in a season
23 defeats from 42 games (1953-54)

Fewst defeats in a season
Unbeaten from 28 games (1893-94)

Most goals scored in a season
106 in 30 games (1895-86)

Fewest goals scored in a season
42 in 34 and 42 games (1901-02, 1970-71)

Most goals conceded in a season
97 in 42 games (1953-54)

Longest unbeaten run at home:
85 matches (all competitions between Jan 1978-Jan 1981)

Longest unbeaten run overall
25 matches (all competitions between March-Sept 1982)

Record run without conceding a goal
Pepe Reina - 11 matches (Oct-Dec 2005)

Most games at Anfield without conceding
10 games (Oct 2005-Jan 2006)
10 games - (Jan 1920-April 1920)

First match
Liverpool 6–1 Rotherham Town (friendly, Sept 1892)

First Lancashire League match
Liverpool 8–0 Higher Walton (Sept 1892)

First Football League match
Liverpool 2–0 Middlesbrough Ironopolis (Second Division, Sept 1893)

First FA Cup match
Liverpool 4-0 Nantwich (first qualifying round, Oct 1892)

First League Cup match
Liverpool 1–1 Luton Town (second round, Oct 1960)

First European match
Liverpool 5–0 KR Reykjavik (European Cup, first round, Aug 1964)

Record defeat
1–9 against Birmingham City (Second Division, Dec 1954)

Record defeat at Anfield
0–6 against Sunderland (First Division, April 1930)

Record-scoring defeat
2–9 against Newcastle United (First Division, Jan 1934)

Most league defeats in a season
23 defeats from 42 games (1953-54)

Fewest defeats in a season
Unbeaten in 28 games during 1893-94

APPEARANCES

Most first team appearances
Ian Callaghan - 857

Most league appearances
Ian Callaghan - 640

Most FA Cup appearances
Ian Callaghan - 79

Most League Cup appearances
Ian Rush - 78

Most European appearances
Jamie Carragher - 139

Most European Cup final
appearances Phil Neal - 5

Most goalkeeper appearances
Ray Clemence - 665

Most consecutive appearances
Phil Neal - 417 (Oct 1976-Sept 1986)

Most seasons ever-present
Phil Neal - 9

Longest serving player
Elisha Scott - 21 years, 52 days

Oldest player
Ted Doig - 41 years, 166 days (v Newcastle, 1908)

Youngest player
Jerome Sinclair - 16 years, 6 days (v West Brom, 2012)

Longest-serving manager by time
Tom Watson - 18 years, 263 days

Longest-serving manager by matches
Bill Shankly - 783

GOALS

Most first-team goals
Ian Rush - 346

Most league goals
Roger Hunt - 245

Most FA Cup goals
Ian Rush - 39

Most League Cup goals
Ian Rush - 48

Most European goals
Steven Gerrard - 38

Highest scoring substitute
David Fairclough - 18

Most hat-tricks
Gordon Hodgson - 17

Most hat-tricks in a season
Roger Hunt - 5 (1961-62)

Fastest hat-trick
Robbie Fowler - 4 mins, 33 secs (v Arsenal, 1994)

Most league goals in season
Roger Hunt - 41 (1961-62)

Most goals in season (all comps)
Ian Rush - 47 (1983-84)

Most penalties scored
Jan Molby - 42

Most games without scoring
Ephraim Longworth - 371

Youngest goalscorer
Michael Owen - 17 years, 144 days (v Wimbledon, 1997)

Oldest goalscorer
Billy Liddell - 38 years, 55 days (v Stoke, 1960)

Most goals in a game
Andy McGuigan - 5 (v Stoke, 1902)
John Evans - 5 (v Bristol Rovers, 1954)
Ian Rush - 5 (v Luton, 1983)
Robbie Fowler - 5 (v Fulham, 1993)

Most league goals scored in season
106 in 30 games (1895-96)

Fewest league goals scored in season
42 in 34 games (1901-02)
42 in 42 games(1970-71)

Most league goals conceded in season
97 in 42 games (1953-54)

Fewest league goals conceded in season
16 in 42 games (1978-79)

HONOURS INDIVIDUAL

Most medals
Phil Neal - 20

Most League Championship medals
Phil Neal, Alan Hansen - 8

Most FA Cup winners medals
Bruce Grobbelaar, Steve Nicol, Ian Rush - 3

Most League Cup winners medals
Ian Rush - 5

Most European Cup winners medals
Phil Neal - 4

European Footballer of the Year
Michael Owen - 2001

European Golden Boot winner
Ian Rush - 1983-84 (32 goals)

FWA Footballer of the Year
1974 - Ian Callaghan
1976 - Kevin Keegan
1977 - Emlyn Hughes
1979 - Kenny Dalglish
1980 - Terry McDermott
1983 - Kenny Dalglish
1984 - Ian Rush
1988 - John Barnes
1989 - Steve Nicol
1990 - John Barnes
2009 - Steven Gerrard

PFA Player of the Year
1980 - Terry McDermott
1983 - Kenny Dalglish
1984 - Ian Rush
1988 - John Barnes
2006 - Steven Gerrard

PFA Young Player of the Year
1983 - Ian Rush
1995 - Robbie Fowler
1996 - Robbie Fowler
1998 - Michael Owen
2001 - Steven Gerrard

Manager of the Year
1973 - Bill Shankly
1976 - Bob Paisley
1977 - Bob Paisley
1979 - Bob Paisley
1980 - Bob Paisley
1982 - Bob Paisley
1983 - Bob Paisley
1984 - Joe Fagan
1986 - Kenny Dalglish
1988 - Kenny Dalglish
1990 - Kenny Dalglish

Knighthood
Sir John Smith

OBE
Bob Paisley, Gerard Houllier (honorary), Roger Hunt, Emlyn Hughes, John Toshack

MBE
Tommy Smith, John Barnes, Ian Callaghan, Ray Clemence, Kenny Dalglish, Gary McAllister, Steven Gerrard

CBE
Sir John Smith