Liverpool's home ground is Anfield and
has been so since the club's formation back in 1892. The Anfield stadium
can hold approximately 60,000 spectators. Liverpool also plays in the
Premier League and is often referred to by their nickname, "The Reds".
Victories and Statistics
is possibly one of the most successful teams in English football and
boasts an impressive amount of victories in both English and European
cups championships. They're also the only English club to secure more
European victories than other other team within England, although they
are still yet to win a Premier League title.
Liverpool has been
extremely successful in terms of cups and titles won over the years.
Their most successful period was during the during the 80s where upon
they managed to secure 6 League titles, 5 Charity Shields, 4 League
Cups, 2 FA Cups and 2 European Cups. The following are the total cups
and titles they have won both domestically and continentally.
18 League Titles
8 League Cups
7 FA Cup
5 European Cups
3 UEFA Cups
3 UEFA Super Cups
has some intense rivalry between Everton that has been a
long-established one formed through various disputes and clashes on the
field. Manchester United and Arsenal are also rivals that have a long
history associated with Liverpool.
Bournemouth Football Club
Football Club is a professional team that also participates in the
Premier League. Situated in Bournemouth, their home stadium is known
officially as Vitality Stadium, although its traditional name of Dean
Court is used by locals and fans alike. The club is also fondly
nicknamed "The Cherries" and there are a few reasons why this name came
about. One is said to be because of the cherry orchards close by, and
the other reasons is because of the red striped shirts of the team.
A Brief History
the many struggles over the years, Bournemouth Football Club finally
managed to climb the league tables and were promoted to League One by
the end of the 2009 to 2010 season. After their outstanding performance
during the 2010-2012 season, the club managed to finally achieve the
promotion to Champions by the end of the 2013 season. It has been up and
up for the club as they had recently won the Championship title, and
upon doing so got promoted to the Premier League for the first time in
the history of the club.
Bournemouth has a few
fierce rivals across the southern coast of England. Most fans would
state that nearby Southampton are their greatest rivals, although there
are also rivalries between other teams across the nation such as Leeds,
Reading and Brighton.