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Liverpool FC all set to play Monterrey in the Semi Final of the FIFA Club World Cup.



Atlético v Liverpool


Liverpool’s only previous knockout stage meeting with Atletico Madrid came in the 2009-10 Europa League semi-final. The English came second best and got eliminated on away goals (0-1 away, 2-1 at home)


“We’re grateful to have a manager like him and obviously the more years he can spend here, the better it is for the club."


Chelsea in Munich: UCL winners in 2012, last 16 in 2020 ! :round_pushpin:

Liverpool in Madrid: UCL winners in 2019, last 16 in 2020 !:round_pushpin:
Familiar territory :trophy:


Liverpool play Atletico away on the 18th February while the home tie will be played 11th March




Carabao Cup quarter-final day! :muscle:



Liverpool think they have a busy week ( League Cup on Tuesday and the Club World Cup on Wednesday) but back in 1987, Mark Hughes played two games in two countries (for Wales and Bayern Munich) on the same day.


Back in the 1980s, teams played on consecutive days fairly regularly. Liverpool played league fixtures on successive days in 1980, 1982, 1983 and 1986 and that was before they enjoyed the comfort of having a huge squad.


Formalities of Minamino’s £7.25m move to LFC being completed with his medical today.


Matchday: Liverpool v Monterrey
Club World Cup Semi Final



We are into the ClubWC Final


Our new number 18 :muscle:


Everyone’s been watching one Salzburg star and then Liverpool…


When you look at the menu, but just order the exact same thing every time…


Liverpool have done some smart business :clap:


Year football club was founded.

PSG: 1970
Inter Milan: 1908
Chelsea: 1905
Athletico Madrid: 1903
Real Madrid: 1902
Bayern Munich: 1900
AC Milan: 1899
FC Barcelona: 1899
Juventus: 1897
Liverpool: 1892
Arsenal: 1886
Manchester City: 1880
Manchester Utd: 1878


Liverpool have done some amazing pieces of business in the January transfer window


Big night ahead in Qatar. Up the Reds.



Liverpool have capped off a successful football year lifting their first FIFA Club World Cup trophy! :trophy::sparkles:


Liverpool have become the second English side to win the FIFA Club World Cup, and the first since Manchester United in 2008. Champions.