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Liverpool Football Club Honours

Liverpool FC is one of the world’s most successful football clubs with 46 major first-team honours. Our Women’s team has also been crowned English champions twice, while the FA Youth Cup has been won on four occasions by the Reds.

Data as of August 2019. Total Honours is 46 excluding Charity Shiled

League Champions [18]

  1. 1900-1901
  2. 1905-1906
  3. 1921-1922
  4. 1922-1923
  5. 1946-1947
  6. 1963-1964
  7. 1965-1966
  8. 1972-1973
  9. 1975-1976
  10. 1976-1977
  11. 1978-1979
  12. 1979-1980
  13. 1981-1982
  14. 1982-1983
  15. 1983-1984
  16. 1985-1986
  17. 1987-1988
  18. 1989-1990

Liverpool have won a phenomenal 18 League Championships. The first came in 1900-01, while the last title triumph came in 1989-90 under Kenny Dalglish.

b: Never been relegated from Premier League

Data From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

UEFA Champions League Cup [6]

Winners

  1. 1976–1977 [Olympic Stadium, Rome, Italy – Bob Paisley] Liverpool 3-1 Borussia Mönchengladbach. Kevin Keegan
  2. 1977–1978 [London, England – Bob Paisley] Liverpool 1-0 Real Madrid. Kenny Dalglish
  3. 1980–1981 [Paris, France- Bob Paisley] Liverpool 1-0 Club Brugge. Kenny Dalglish
  4. 1983–1984 [Olympic Stadium, Rome, Italy – Joe Fagan] Liverpool 1 – 1 Roma. Penalty Kick 4-2. Kenny Dalglish
  5. 2004–2005 [Istambul, Turkey – Refail Benitez] Liverpool 3-3 AC Milan. Penalty Kick 3-2. Steven Gerrard
  6. 2018-2019 [Wanda Metropolitano Stadium in Madrid, Spain 1st June 2019 Jurgen Klopp] Liverpool 2-0 Tottenham Hotspur. Mohamed SalahMane Firmino.

Runner-Up [3]

  1. 1984-1985 [Heysel Stadium, Brussels] Juventus 1-0 Liverpool
  2. 2006-2007 [Stadion Olimpiade, Athena. 23 Mei 2007 Rafael Benítez] AC Milan – Liverpool 2-1. Steven Gerrard
  3. 2017-2018 [Kiev, Ukraine Jurgen Klopp] Liverpool-Real Madrid 3-1. Mohamed SalahManeFirmino.

We have proudly won six European Cups – more than any other British team. The first came under Bob Paisley, who added two more to the trophy cabinet before his successor Joe Fagan also won the famous cup. Rafael Benitez oversaw the Miracle of Istanbul in 2005, and the most recent came under Jürgen Klopp in 2019.

UEFA Champions League 2019 Gallery

FA Women’s Super League [2]

  1. 2013
  2. 2014

Liverpool FC Women, playing as Liverpool FC Ladies, won their first Women’s Super League title in 2013 and repeated the feat a year later after a dramatic season finale saw them jump from third to first.

Table by Seasson
Table by Team

FA Cup [7]

  1. 1964-1965 Liverpool 2–1 (a.e.t.) Leeds United
  2. 1973-1974 Liverpool 3–0 Newcastle United
  3. 1985-1986 Liverpool 3–1 Everton
  4. 1988-1989 Liverpool 3–2 Everton
  5. 1991-1992 Liverpool 2–0 Sunderland
  6. 2000-2001 Liverpool 2–1 Arsenal
  7. 2005-2006 Liverpool 3–3 (a.e.t.) West Ham United Pen: 3-1

Liverpool have seven FA Cups to their name. The first triumph came under Bill Shankly in 1965 when Leeds United were defeated 2-1 at Wembley.

FA CUP WINNER 2000-2001 Liverpool 2–1 Arsenal

League Cup [8]

  1. 1980-1981 Liverpool 2–1 West Ham United
  2. 1981-1982 Liverpool 3–1 (a.e.t.) Tottenham Hotspur
  3. 1982-1983 Liverpool 2–1 (a.e.t.) Manchester United
  4. 1983-1984 Liverpool 0–0 (a.e.t.) Everton 25 March 1984
    1. Replay Liverpool 1–0 Everton 28 March 1984
  5. 1994-1995 Liverpool 2–1 Bolton Wanderers
  6. 2000-2001 Birmingham City 1–1 Liverpool
  7. 2002-2003 Manchester United 0–2 Liverpool
  8. 2011-2012 Cardiff City 2–2 (p.w.) Liverpool – Penalty: 2–3

The EFL Cup (referred to historically, and colloquially, as simply the League Cup), currently known as the Carabao Cup for sponsorship reasons, is an annual knockout football competition in men’s domestic English football. Organised by the English Football League (EFL), it is open to any club within the top four levels of the English football league system – 92 clubs in total – comprising the top level Premier League, and the three divisions of the English Football League’s own league competition (Championship, League One and League Two).

No other team comes close to our tally of eight League Cups, which have been won over the course of 12 final appearances. The trophy was last brought home to Anfield in 2012 courtesy of victory over Cardiff City at Wembley.

EFL Cup winners by club

UEFA Europa League Cup [3]

  1. 1972-1973 Borussia Mönchengladbach 2–0 Liverpool
  2. 1975-1976 Club Brugge 1–1 Liverpool
  3. 2000-2001 Liverpool 5–4 (a.e.t.) Alavés

LFC have won the UEFA Europa League Cup on three separate occasions. Bill Shankly, Bob Paisley and Gerard Houllier all led their teams to the trophy, the latter thanks to a 5-4 win over Alaves in one of the most incredible European finals of all-time.

2000-2001 Liverpool 5–4 (a.e.t.) Alavés
2000-2001 Liverpool 5–4 (a.e.t.) Alavés

UEFA Super Cup [4]

Winners

  1. 1977 7-1 Vs Hamburg (Agg: 1-1 A, 6-0 H)
  2. 2001 3-2 Vs Bayern München
  3. 2005 3-1 Vs CSKA Moskva ( a.e.t. )
  4. 2019 2-2 Vs Chelsea (Penalty 5-4)

Runner-up [2]

  1. 1978 3-4 Vs Anderlecht (Agg: 1-3 A, 2-1 H)
  2. 1984 0-2 Vs Juventus

Three of Liverpool’s European Cup victories and one UEFA Cup win have been followed up with success in the season-opening Super Cup, the most recent via penalties in 2019.

Charity Shield [15]

  1. 1964* LFC 2-2 West Ham United
  2. 1965* LFC 2-1 Manchester United
  3. 1966 LFC 1-0 Everton
  4. 1974* LFC 1-1 Leeds United
  5. 1976 LFC 1-0 Southampton
  6. 1977* LFC 0-0 Manchester United
  7. 1979 LFC 3-1 Arsenal
  8. 1980 LFC 1-0 West Ham United
  9. 1982 LFC 2-1 Tottenham Hotspur
  10. 1986* LFC 1-1 Everton
  11. 1988 LFC 2-1 Wimbledon
  12. 1989 LFC 1-0 Arsenal
  13. 1990* LFC 1-1 Manchester United
  14. 2001 LFC 2-1 Manchester United
  15. 2006 LFC 2-1 Chelsea

( * shared)

The Reds have got their hands on 15 Charity/Community Shields over the years, either winning the trophy outright or, as used to be the case, sharing it with another team following a draw.

FA Youth Cup [4]

  1. 1996
  2. 2006
  3. 2007
  4. 2019

Our first FA Youth Cup triumph came in 1996 as a team containing future stars Michael Owen and Jamie Carragher defeated West Ham United. Back-to-back victories followed in 2006 and 2007, and the class of 2019 claimed a fourth success in the competition by beating Manchester City on penalties.

Finals were played over two legs; the aggregate scores are given above.
FA Youth Cup winners Table