Anfield Stadium is a famous stadium in the world which is also a destination that millions of football fans want to set foot in once in their life. This is the place to witness many historic matches and are quite large soccer tournaments in the world. If you are a fan of Liverpool, then surely you cannot help but know this stadium because it is Liverpool’s home ground. Join us to learn about Anfield as well as the impressive numbers of Liverpool’s home field.
Introducing Anfield pitch
Anfield Stadium was built in 1984, is a football stadium located in Anfield, Liverpool city, Merseyside, England. This is also the stadium of Liverpool football club. Anfield Stadium is divided into 4 parts including Spion Kop, Anfield stand, Sir Kenny Dalgish stand and Anfield Street stand.
This is a UEFA stadium, and is the place where many international football matches take place. When it was first built, people also used Anfield for boxing and tennis matches.
Besides information about this beautiful stadium, you can see information about the legendary Liverpool legend in the fans’ hearts.The Centenary stands was originally named Kemlyn Road and was given this name after its expansion. This stand can accommodate up to 11 762 people on the upper floor and 6814 on the lower floor. The original Kop stands were roofless with a capacity of 30,000 people, then a canopy was added in 1928.