Full Name: Anfield Stadium Year Ground Opened: Capacity: 45, Home of: Liverpool FC Pitch Size: x 75 yards. Postal Address: Anfield Stadium. Liverpool FC are redeveloping their iconic Anfield stadium, as part of a £m scheme for the whole Anfield area. The ground, famed for its Kop stand and. Anfield was built in , but got initially rented by Everton FC. The first game at the ground, on the 28th of September , saw Everton beat Earlstown. Bellefield — Finch Farm —present. Interim coach relishing chance for second string to perform on the big stage against Arsenal. Originally a single-tiered stand called the Kemlyn Road Stand, the second tier was added in to coincide with the club's centenary. Februar in der 4. The club also offers more expensive Hospitality packages that tend to be more easily available. Capacity 11, Upper Tier 4, Ruby fortune Tier 6, Executive Boxes Anfield Road End This stand is opposite to the Kop and was remodelled in the 90s. Use British Spielstand dortmund schalke from January Use dmy dates from March Pages using deprecated image syntax Coordinates on Wikidata Spoken articles Articles with hAudio microformats Featured articles. Anfield opens Anfield is opened and rented to Everton FC by owner John Orrell. Such was the reputation that the stand had it was claimed that the crowd in the Kop could suck the ball into the goal. Also there are a lot of lovely people who live around here….. This audio file was created from a revision of the " Anfield " article dated , and does not reflect subsequent edits to the article. The story of the ground stems from the growth of football in the city back in Email your comments to andy liverweb. Alongside it are the names of all those who died. The pitch was raised 5ft with a paddock all round. The Anfield Road stand, on the left side of the Main Stand, houses the away fans during matches. Retrieved 18 April Retrieved 17 December This was after the battle of the Speonkop hill during the boer war in Heysel disaster Hillsborough disaster. The ground itself consists of four stands; The Kop, Centenary Stand, Anfield Road End and Main Stand. Liverpool's first Football League match at Anfield was played on 9 September , against Lincoln City. Another stand constructed A stand is constructed at the Anfield Road end. This was seen as a significant step towards the renovation of the stadium.