Great matches: Liverpool beat Real in Paris 9 January 2006
Liverpool won the European Cup for the third time in Paris in 1981.
Great matches: Liverpool could have scored six! 2 January 2006
The FA Cup final in 1974 was a one-sided affair for Liverpool vs. Alan Kennedy's and Terry McDermott's Newcastle.
The Wilderness Years by Wooltonian 27 December 2005
Wooltonian looks at the happy period in his life following Liverpool from 1966-1972. At the same time trophyless years of Bill Shankly which were also a happy memory.
A Derby Day Trilogy by Wooltonian 19 December 2005
The incredible merseyside derby games through the eyes of three generations of Brodricks. Liverpool - Everton goals galore.
A week in the life of Billy Liddell by Wooltonian 9 December 2005
An article by Wooltonian based on My Soccer Story, the autobiography of Billy Liddell.
Benitez uncovered 6 December 2005
BBC Sport spoke to Benitez's biographer Paco Lloret to get a better idea of the man Rafael Benítez. Published 6 December 2005.
Billy Liddell - The Original Exocet Missile 6 December 2005
Wooltonian remembers the foundation on which Liddellpool was built, the Liverpool legend Billy Liddell.
An undesirable record for Crouch 4 December 2005
Peter Crouch finally scored after failing to find the target in 18 games. How does he compare with other forwards in Liverpool's history?
LFChistory had a quick chat with Jan Mølby and Ian Rush the other day and asked whether they have any plans to become football managers again.
Exclusive: Jan Molby wants Daniel Agger to join Liverpool 15 November 2005
Jan Molby says in an exclusive interview with LFChistory.net that Brondby's Daniel Agger is good enough to make the grade at Liverpool.
The Bill Shankly Story by Wooltonian 3 November 2005
Wooltonian's excellent portrayal of Shanks, the foundation on which Liverpool is based on.
The Rise of The Scouse and Fall of The Romano Empire 30 October 2005
Wooltonian compares the conquests of the Romans and the Reds.
Roaring 20s by Wooltonian - part 4 26 October 2005
Wooltonian looks at Liverpool matches from 1927-1929.
Roaring 20s by Wooltonian - part 3 25 October 2005
Liverpool beat Everton and Sheffield United 5-1.
Roaring 20s by Wooltonian - part 2 24 October 2005
Wooltonian, one of the most accomplished writers on the Net is featured on LFChistory. In this article he takes a look at Liverpool in the 20s.
Roaring 20s by Wooltonian - part 1 23 October 2005
LFChistory is honoured to publish Wooltonian's Roaring 20's the most comprehensive look at Liverpool in the 20's on the Net.
Paisley's opinion on Mark Lawrenson 10 October 2005
Paisley knew players better than anybody else. Here is his view on Mark Lawrenson.
Mark Lawrenson in Match's Star Spot 7 October 2005
Mark Lawrenson is featured in Match in 1984.
Ray Clemence - Liverpool's finest keeper 21 September 2005
LFChistory met Ray Clemence on his birthday for an exclusive interview about his Liverpool career and the obstacles that life puts in front of you.
Paisley's opinion on Paul Walsh 16 September 2005
Bob Paisley was a great judge of players and in the 1986/87 season he looked at the players of Liverpool FC and treated us to his point of view on them.
Detailed manager profiles with transfers, articles, quotes and the works 12 September 2005
Similar to player archive on LFChistory, we have opened a manager archive.
The early years of Bolo Zenden 25 July 2005
Thanks to PSV book "'Voor Rood Wit Gezongen'" and Dutch journalist Ramon Min at AD Sportswereld we publish the early history of one of Liverpool's latest recruits.
First picture of new Liverpool signing Barragan 5 July 2005
Liverpool has signed promising right back Antonio Barragan from Sevilla.
Reds' away fans teach pub guard dogs a lesson! 29 June 2005
Most Liverpool fans have a story to tell about one away game or another - mine comes from right at the very start of the 1983-84 season.
Paddy, Vladi and Blankety Blank! 23 June 2005
BB, the former editor of Teamtalk sent us a good story of Vladi and Paddy celebrating the Worthington Cup final win in unusual style in 2001!
Pimp my bride! - Cissé's wedding photo 21 June 2005
Djibril Cissé and Jude Littler got married on 18th June 2005 in Bodelwyddan Castle in north Wales. Cissé wore an outrageous red three-piece suit.
Look at Riise's new car! 20 June 2005
Silly season is upon us, transfer rumours rule the market. LFChistory decided to look at the lighthearted side of summer instead.
A fan who crashed his bo***cks on the Kop 18 June 2005
BB recounts his most painful memory of the Kop.
Unique Programmes: After the Lord Mayors Show 20 May 2005
With this season's F.A. Cup Final fast approaching it gives a good opportunity to look back at a time when Liverpool were involved in this event.
Arnie's pics from Dortmund 19 May 2005
The last time Liverpool celebrated victory in a European competition back in 2001 in Westfalen Stadion.
2001-2007: Into The New Millennium 23 March 2005
For the first time in 16 long years since the shame and tragedy that was Heysel, Liverpool took their place in European football's top club competition. Chris Wood documents Liverpool's European history.
1991-2001: The Resurgence Years 17 March 2005
In 1990, 5 years after Heysel, English clubs were re-admitted to the European fold. Liverpool, however, had to wait another year before their own exile was ended. LFC fan Chris Wood leads us through Liverpool's European story.
1973-1985: The Golden Years 10 March 2005
Shankly's parting gift to Liverpool was the F.A. cup so for the third time the club entered the Cup Winners' cup. LFC fan Chris Wood tells us Liverpool's European journey.
Shoot! Focus on Steve Nicol 7 March 2005
The versatile Chopsy speaks out in Shoot! in 1984.
Anfield personalities: Tommy Smith 6 March 2005
From Liverpool's match programme on 30th April 1962.
Big Waddy on a cigarette card 28 February 2005
Walter Wadsworth was a commanding centre-half who played in 74 out of a maximum 84 matches when Liverpool won and then retained the League championship in 1922 & 1923.
Exciting times ahead! 25 February 2005
An exciting final is ahead on Sunday. The League cup has been ridiculed the last few years, associating it with one of Disney's most beloved characters. However spectator interest has been greater than ever because the bigger teams seem more intent on winning it.
Tommy Lucas & a cigarette card 21 February 2005
John Player & Sons issued Football caricatures by "Mac" - a series of 50 on their cigarette cards. Tommy Lucas was one of the 50 that were featured.
Unique Programmes: Anfield's Record Crowd 7 February 2005
With plans for a new stadium and its capacity still ongoing, it remains to be seen whether a Liverpool home match will have an attendance greater than that which saw an FA Cup fourth round tie against Wolves in February 1952.
1964-1973: The Early Years 1 February 2005
Republishing of the first chapter of Liverpool's exploits in Europe now including a video of the dramatic Inter Milan - Liverpool clashes where a certain Spanish referee bumped LFC out of Europe.