Anfield is the home of the Premier League club Liverpool FC. Built in 1884, it was originally home to cross city rivals Everton FC, unit they moved to Goodison Park in 1892 after a dispute over rent. 

The stadium has a seating capacity of 44,742 making it the 7th largest stadium in England. The stadium is made up of 4 stands: The Kop, Main Stand, Centenary Stand and Anfield Road. The record attendance at Anfield was set in 1952 when 61,905 fans came to watch Liverpool play Wolves. This was before the stadium was converted into an all seated stadium in 1994. 

Anfield has hosted numerous international matches and was used as one of the venues during the UEFA Euro 1996 tournament. 

Liverpool FC runs Anfield stadium tours right throughout the year. You can book tickets for the ‘Anfield Experience’ here.

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Goodison Park

Goodison Park is the home of Premier League football club Everton FC. The club has competed in the top division of English football for a record 112 seasons. Everton have won various major honours such as the league, FA Cup and the European Cup Winners Cup.

Goodison Park was completed in 1892 and is one of the world’s oldest purpose built football stadiums. It is an all seated stadium with a capacity of 39,572. 

Goodison Park has played more top-flight matches than any other ground in England. It has also hosted international games, an FA Cup final and World Cup fixtures.

Goodison Park runs numerous stadium tours throughout the week, giving visitors a full behind the scenes tour of the stadium.

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Prenton Park 

Built in 1912 Prenton park is the home of National League football club Tranmere Rovers FC. Treanmere Rovers originally formed in 1884 and played their first matches at Steeles Filed until they bought a new site from the Tranmere Rugby Club.

The grounds name came from suggestions sent into the Football echo in 1895.

Prenton park has a seating capacity of 16,567, the largest number of people at a match was in 1972 24,424 in 1972 when an FA cup match between Tranmere and Stoke City was being played.

Prenton park is not only home to Tranmere Rovers, in 2009, the Liverpool F.C. Reserves moved from the Racecourse Ground to Prenton Park, it continued to be their home for the 2011–12 season

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