We know why Liverpool have the best fans, so let’s give our rivals a few reasons they can’t disagree with.

1. The famous Anfield atmosphere

Otherwise known as the team’s twelfth man, the famous Anfield atmosphere has been praised by the likes of Wenger and Mourinho. With the Kop waving the flags and the fans roaring their support throughout the game, it’s no wonder that the ground has been described as one of the best in Europe.

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We will never forget that breath-taking rendition of “You’ll Never Walk Alone” when Liverpool won their place in the 2019 Champions League final.

2. Unwavering loyalty

For years we have been saying it will be “our year” and we will continue to do so until we win the League again. You know why? Because we have an unwavering faith in the players and manager. When our rivals say they hate Liverpool fans because of their “arrogance” or they say “we’ll never hear the end of it”, that’s out of jealousy. From the Gerrard Houllier era all the way to Klopp, we have had to listen to them mock us for not winning the League in years.

Of course they’ll never hear the end of it- why wouldn’t we express our pride for the club we love.


3. Commitment 

When Liverpool reached their ninth Champions League final, the city was dominated by the Red fans. Not one fan was ashamed to show their club pride, particularly after beating the La Liga champions 4-0. Similar to reaching the final in 2005, Liverpool fans decorated their homes with flags, posters, bunting and even cardboard cut-outs. It was hard not to find one without the decorations.

Let’s see Man City or Everton fans match this passion.

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4. We celebrate in style

When Liverpool win any trophy, we celebrate in style. We know our players work exceptionally hard to get the best results, that’s why we always turn up to the parades or stay behind at the end of the matches. Therefore, when we win a major trophy like the Champions League or the Premier, we paint the town Red.

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According to reports, 750,000 fans came to our city to see the Liverpool homecoming. That’s crazy considering our city is home to 435, 500 people (all populations stats).

5. The songs

With songs like “Poor Scouser Tommy” and “Rafa La Bamba“, we have quite a talented bunch of fans that could have a career as song-writers.


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