kieran peck built anfield
The tenant of Anfield is Liverpool F.C. in England.
Anfield Rap was created in 1988.
The soccer team that plays at Anfield is Liverpool.
Liverpool play at Anfield
Anfield Cemetery was created in 1863-08.
At Anfield stadium one can buy tickets for football matches. Anfield is the home base for Liverpool F.C., a world famous soccer club. Liverpool was founded in 1982 at Anfield statium.
No, Anfield is Liverpool's football field, they played at home (anfield) sometimes. Not always.
Anfield Community Comprehensive School ended in 2006.
Liverpool Football Club's stadium, known as Anfield, seats approximately 45,525 fans.
45,000 to 50,000 fans and followers can fit in anfield(not including players and staff)
In the E.P.L the Liverpool club plays their football at Anfield.
The team that has their home ground named Anfield is Liverpool FC.
check the crest it tells you when they were established and 8 years on they moved to anfield
Anfield is the football stadium in Anfield, Liverpool, England. It is five minutes away from Goodison Park. Goodison Park is the football stadium located in Walton, Liverpool, England.
The dimensions of Anfield football stadium are 101 metres (110 yards) by 68 metres (74 yards).
The first club to win the league at Anfield is obvious... It was Everton Football Club.
The Anfield pitch is 110 yards long and 75 yards wide with a total area of 8250 sq.yards.
Anfield ground is in the area of Anfield in Liverpool which is in England. It's on one side of Stanley park, on the otherside is Goodison, Everton's ground. If this information doesn't help you try checking Google Earth or Virtual Earth. But I hope this does help you.
Yes Everton had Anfield as there home ground because they built it and then Liverpool got it off them
Anfeild Stadium is a football stadium located in Anfield, Liverpool England. This stadium has 4 stands, Spion Kop, Main Stand, Centenary Stand and Anfield Road. Anfield open in 1884 and is owned by Liverpoll F.C., that stated capacity is 45,545. Record capacity is 61,905 well over the limit, in 1952 for the match between Liverpool and Wolverhampton Wanderers. Plans to replace Anfield with 60,000 capacity stadium in adjacent ot Stanley Park were in 2002.
111yds by 74yds