With valentine’s day coming up, why not treat your boyfriend with a football-related gift? Liverpool football club is one of England’s most successful sporting institution and adored by hundreds of millions of fans all over the world. The history of Liverpool FC is a lengthy tale filled with decades of joy and despair. Here are some of the reasons why you may wish to treat your boyfriend with a Liverpool history tour.
An LFC History Tour
Liverpool is a relatively large city with plenty of things to see and do. Plenty of tourists from across the globe flock to the town to see the famous sights and landmarks that are available. Liverpool is also a popular destination for music fans having introduced famous artists such as The Beatles, Frankie Goes to Hollywood, The La’s and A Flock of Seagulls. But the city is also obsessed when it comes to football and there are not many football teams with a following as huge as Liverpool football club.
For any supporter, the trip to Liverpool’s iconic stadium is best enjoyed via the LFC City Explorer tour bus. This sightseeing bus features a live tour guide where you will learn about several interesting facts and history about the club. But the bus also doesn’t just stop at Anfield Stadium. Before then, you have the opportunity to disembark at the Shankly Museum. This museum is based on arguably the biggest name in LFC’s history. The museum is home to a collection of personal artefacts belonging to the former manager and a must-visit. The bus tickets last for 24 hours so you can simply hop on board again when it arrives and continue your journey to the ground.
When you arrive at Anfield you will be greeted with an incredible sight that most fans can only picture on their television screens. With the redeveloped Main Stand, the stadium is looking more majestic than it’s ever done. At Anfield, there are several activities that fans can take part in. First of all, there is the unmissable stadium tour. This tour provides an unmissable opportunity to visit inside the stadium, from inside the stands and pitch-side to where the players congregate before kick-off. You can also visit the LFC Story Museum which features interactive storytelling of the club’s history. Last, of all, you can grab a bite to eat at the Boot Room Café and pick up a souvenir at the fan superstore. Of course, a trip to Liverpool doesn’t just have to be for your boyfriend. There’s plenty of things to do in Liverpool for everyone of all tastes. From sightseeing to shopping and entertainment, you’re spoilt for choice.