A Fan's View Inside Liverpool's Anfield Home
From a young age, every fan's dream is to attend a match at the club they support. Last week, I was lucky enough to travel across the pond to visit Anfield for a stadium tour and then see Liverpool cruise to a much-needed victory over Huddersfield Town the next day.
I am in no way a trained photographer, so bear with me as I try to portray the beauty of Anfield.
Bill Shankly became manager of Liverpool in 1959 and brought Liverpool up from the second division to European success.
The Kop, where Liverpool's most vocal and die-hard supporters sit. You're lucky if your grandfather/mother passes down their Kop season ticket in their will.
From Bill Shankly to Rafa Benitez, Liverpool has been blessed with world-class managers.
Everton's home, Goodison Park, is only 0.8 miles away by car.
The visiting supporters can happily stare into the sun while having no rain cover.
It's only fitting that the Centenary Stand was renamed the Kenny Dalglish Stand this year.
The players can enjoy food and most importantly Carlsberg after a match. The club fits more than 100 people.
Pretty self explanatory.
Where Jurgen laughs at reporter's questions and says "For sure."
Got to meet my favorite player. Was a pleasure, Adam!
Never washing my hands again after I touched the "This Is Anfield" sign.
The only glimmer of sun rays during our stay in Liverpool.
The head groundskeeper spends up to 10 hours working on the pitch before a match day.
Where the iconic Liverpool chants are born.
5-time European Cup/UEFA Champions League winners.