The Good Friday scandal 11 September 2015
When Liverpool and Manchester United players conspired to fix their match at Old Trafford in United's favour!
My LFCHistory by Chris Wood 14 January 2015
Chris Wood, who is an important part of LFChistory.net, has reached the personal landmark of attending 1,000 Liverpool games!
Pictorial celebration of Liverpool's Hall of Fame 18 October 2013
LIVERPOOL FC’s official Hall of Fame was first unveiled in 2002 when Ian Callaghan, Phil Thompson, Brian Hall and Alan Hansen discussed the merits of each candidate before selecting two players from each decade.
2010-2013: Second Class European Citizens 18 June 2013
The latest chapter in our "Liverpool in Europe" series.
Remember the 96! 15 April 2013
15th April 1989 will forever be imprinted on the minds of Liverpool supporters.
Billy and Barnes at Anfield 6 February 2012
It was a momentous occasion when one of the best players in the history of the club, rated by many supporters even as the very best, Billy Liddell, met Liverpool's talisman, John Barnes, in the early 90's, at Anfield.
Liverpool's cup final team in 1914 6 January 2012
1950 Cup final profiles 23 November 2011
From a souvenir brochure dedicated to the Liverpool players who fought for the FA Cup 1950.
The current transfer value of Liverpool players since 1992 8 November 2011
Graeme Riley, on whose meticulous research the excellent Pay As You Play was based and has published the annual Football in Europe, has joined the LFChistory team and will provide us with data that will enable us to go into much further detail on the site.
In memory of the 77 in Norway and the 96! 18 August 2011
Anyone who attends a competitive match at Anfield knows that there are always dozens maybe hundreds of Norwegians present too. Now we share a tragic bond with our cousins across the North Sea.
The story of the Liverpool FC crest 12 August 2011
The crest of Liverpool Football Club is known worldwide. One may wonder how it came into existence and developed through time to become what it is today.
Into Europe - an LFC magazine from 1963 24 May 2011
Liverpool FC sold to NESV 6 October 2010
David Moores ends his silence 26 May 2010
From The Times 26 May, 2010.
2007-2010: Moscow and Rome in their sights 5 May 2010
Chris Wood has written Liverpool's complete European history for LFChistory.net and this is his latest chapter.
Preview of Liverpool's squad in 1912 29 March 2010
... was previewed in the Fulham match programme ahead of the Cottagers' duel with Liverpool in the 2nd round of the FA Cup on 3rd of February 1912.
Interview with Ray Kennedy from Retro Reds 10 February 2009
Retro Reds interviewed old favourite Ray Kennedy in 2008 and we wanted to share with you this excellent interview.
Extraordinary footage of Liverpool in action 1901-1902! 18 November 2008
These unique clips are courtesy of the British Film Institute from the Mitchell & Kenyon Collection.
A new perspective on the birth of Liverpool FC 25 August 2008
It's pretty obvious that a website called LFChistory has to, sooner or later, tell the historic details of how the club was formed.
Astonishing unique images from the 1965 homecoming! 11 April 2006
A photographer who was at a traffic policeman`s box outside Lime Street Station took these excellent never-before-seen pictures.
Great matches: Rush got four! 13 February 2006
Chris Wood reflects on the greatest matches in Liverpool's history.
Great matches: Liverpool beat Roma at their own ground! 6 February 2006
Chris Wood recollects Liverpool's dramatic win over AS Roma in Rome.
Great matches: Liverpool destroy Internazionale! 30 January 2006
The greatest Liverpool matches ever by Chris Wood.
Great matches: 7 and out for Tottenham 23 January 2006
Liverpool put seven past Tottenham in 1978. One of the best performances in Liverpool's history.
Great matches: Liverpool beat Bruges over two legs 16 January 2006
Liverpool's second UEFA Cup win was against Bruges which met Liverpool in the European Cup final two years later.
Great matches: Liverpool's first ever FA Cup win 9 January 2006
Liverpool finally won the FA Cup in 1965.
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.
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?
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.
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.
The letter from Shankly 18 November 2004
Chris Wood received a letter from Shankly, visited him at his home and met him on a few different occasions. Here are his recollections of the GREAT man.
How Shankly helped St John to avoid a suspension 26 October 2004
Chris Wood has been looking into aspects of LFC statistics for LFChistory that are often difficult to find and difficult to check... like players sent off and missed penalties etc.
Kop Stories by Chris Wood 13 October 2004
Chris Wood is a veteran of 1000 LFC games and has just about seen anything.
Justice? 21 November 2003
15th April 1989 is a date that indelibly emblazoned across the hearts of every man, woman and child on Merseyside. A day that started with all the joy and expectancy of an FA Cup semi-final but which ultimately ended with ninety-six football fans losing their lives, for the support of their club.
Anfield 21 August 2003
Facts and figures for Anfield.