Liverpool's rich history is known by football fans across the world. From winning five European Cups to boasting some of the best players the world has ever seen, the Reds' glorious past is something to be admired.
However, there are also lots of staggering stories which Liverpool supporters are unaware of. From chart hits to 85-year hoodoos, there are some brilliant facts which rarely get mentioned.
Below are seven facts about Liverpool Football Club you probably never knew!
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When the club was formed back in 1892, Liverpool players wore blue and white quarters, very similar to the ones Blackburn Rovers play in today!
The kit was used for more than four years until it was replaced by Red shirts and white shorts in 1896. In 1965, Liverpool changed to an all red kit and this has been used ever since.
Believe it or not, Anfield was once home to Liverpool's Merseyside rivals! In 1884, eight years before Liverpool were formed, the stadium was built and rented to the owner of Everton.
The Blues won the first ever match at Anfield the same year beating Earlestown 5-0. In 1891, Everton moved out of Anfield following a row over rent. A year later, Liverpool were formed to play at the ground. It's been the home of the reds ever since!
Match of the Day has been running for more than 50 years and is a must-watch for any football fan on a Saturday night. The programme first aired in August 1964 with Liverpool against Arsenal being the first ever game broadcast.
Just 20,000 people tuned in to watch- the attendance at Anfield that day was more than 40,000! Liverpool have featured in every single Match of the Day having not been relegated from the top flight since 1954.
Liverpool's famous anthem, 'Youll Never Walk Alone' is sung by supporters whenever and wherever the team play. Strangely, it can also be heard at the end of a song by one of Britain's most famous bands.
Pink Floyd released 'Fearless' in 1971 which appeared on their album, Meddle. As the song finishes, Liverpool supporters can be heard singing their famous song. It is still unknown why the band included it!
In the 1980's Liverpool were used to topping the league table. In 1988, they nearly topped the UK music charts too! 'The Anfield Rap' was a song released by the squad before the Reds' FA Cup Final match against Wimbledon.
Some of Liverpool's best ever players featured in the video including; Bruce Grobbelaar, Craig Johsntone and then manager, Kenny Dalglish. It also features a rap from John Barnes! The track reached an impressive number three in the charts.
Some incredible things have happened at Anfield over the years but this one takes the biscuit. In August 1994, Liverpool took on Arsenal with a 19-year-old Robbie Fowler playing for the Reds.
What happened next was incredible, Fowler opened the scoring on 26 minutes and doubled Liverpool's lead three minutes later. He then scored his third in the 31st minute and completed a hat-trick in just four minutes and 33 seconds! It remains the fastest ever in Premier League history.
Liverpool have a rich history in the FA Cup and have boasted some pretty impressive victories over their arch-rivals, Manchester United. But did you know, up until 2006, The Reds suffered from an 85-year curse.
That's right Liverpool had not beaten United in the Cup since 1921. Since then, United had knocked their Merseyside rivals out on nine occasions. The hoodoo was finally lifted in February 2006 thanks to a Peter Crouch winner at Anfield.