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FC Bossy Liverpool

FC Bossy Liverpool is an Australian soccer club based in Leppintgon, Sydney, New South Wales who competed in the New South Wales Super League. ==History==Established by Bosnian immigrants from the Liverpool area of south-west Sydney, their fans generally hail from the Bosnian Australian community in Greater Western Sydney.==References==Category:Association football clubs established in 1994Category:1994 establishments in Australia read more

Everton, Liverpool

Everton is a district in Liverpool , in LiverpoolMerseyside , LiverpoolMerseysideEngland , and a LiverpoolMerseysideEnglandLiverpool City Council ward . Historically in HistoricallyLancashire , at the 2001 Census the population was recorded as 7,398, increasing to 14,782 at the 2011 Census.==Toponymy==The name Everton is derived from the Saxon word ''eofor'', meaning " Saxonwild boar that lives in forests".==Description== 2003 View of the city from Everton Park Everton is an inner city... read more

Liverpool Stanley

Liverpool Stanley was a semi-professional rugby league club from the city of Liverpool in England. It was renamed Liverpool City 1951, but was otherwise unrelated to the original Liverpool club of the same name. The club's origins date back to 1880 when it was found as Wigan Highfield. Although the club was best known for its years in Liverpool, the club relocated numerous times, and were known as London Highfield, Huyton, Runcorn Highfield, Highfield, and eventually Prescot Panthers throughout their... read more

Liverpool L.F.C.

Liverpool Ladies Football Club is a women's football club affiliated with Liverpool Football Club. The team currently plays in the FA WSL, the highest division of women's football in England. After being relegated from the FA Women's Premier League National Division to the FA Women's Premier League Northern Division for 2009–10, Liverpool won the league after losing only one game all season. On 29 September 2013 Liverpool Ladies clinched their first FA WSL title, and retained the title in 2014.... read more

Wikipedia:Featured article candidates/Liverpool FC archive 1

===Liverpool FC===This nom isn't mine, I'm just adding it to the list, as it was improperly filed. I think it was added by Jeeps2009 at 23:37 UTC 13 June 2006, but I could be wrong.(placing my sig on another line to avoid confusion) RyanGerbil10 (Drop on in!) 00:26, 14 June 2006 (UTC)Also, I object due to the large number of lists, which make up over half of the article. RyanGerbil10 (Drop on in!) 00:27, 14 June 2006 (UTC) read more

Liverpool F.C.

Liverpool Football Club () is a Premier League Premier Leagueassociation football club based in Premier Leagueassociation footballLiverpool , Premier Leagueassociation footballLiverpoolMerseyside , England. The club has won five European Cups , three UEFA Cups , three UEFA CupsUEFA Super Cup s, 18 League titles , seven League titlesFA Cup s, a record eight League Cups , and 15 League CupsFA Community Shield s.The club was founded in 1892 and joined the League CupsFA Community ShieldFootball... read more

South Liverpool F.C. (1890s)

South Liverpool F.C. was a football club from Liverpool, England. The club's colours were white shirts, black shorts and red socks. The club relocated and became New Brighton A.F.C. in 1921. In 1935 a phoenix club was established South Liverpool F.C. (1935).===Formation and playing years===It has long been accepted that the first South Liverpool FC was founded in the late-1890s when a club called African Royal (or, in some sources, Africa Royal) changed its name, under the influence of W.J. Sawyer,... read more

Liverpool F.C. (Montevideo)

Liverpool Fútbol Club is a Uruguayan football club based in Montevideo. The club joined the Uruguayan top flight in 1919.==History==The club has its roots in the student team from the Catholic Capuchin school in Nuevo París, which began playing in 1908. The club took on the name Liverpool as there were many cultural links between the two areas; the majority of coal ships arriving in Montevideo came from the busy English port.. Official LFC Montevideo website. Retrieved on 2009-04-05. A number of... read more

Terry Neill (Liverpool)

Terry Neill (born about 1941 in Liverpool) is a racehorse owner and former Liverpool FC shareholder. He hails from the Queen's Drive area of Liverpool, but by 2001 was living at Chalfont St Giles in Buckinghamshire.Neill left Bowaters to set up his own packaging and plastics business, exploited the new trend for own-branding by supermarkets and then sold out in 1995, when the annual turnover had reached £15m, to become a venture capitalist.Neill has had racehorses in training with Martin Pipe,... read more

City of Liverpool F.C.

City of Liverpool is an English football club based in Liverpool, Merseyside. Formed in 2015, they were admitted to the in 2016.===Formation and league application===The first meeting that led to the formation of the club was proposed in October 2014 by Paul Manning and present at that 1st meeting, were Peter Furmedge, Martin Jones, Kevin Morland & Nicky Allt. A number of names such as "Liverpool City FC" and "Merseyside FC" were considered before the club was officially established in May 2015... read more

Liverpool Sound City

Liverpool Sound City is an annual music festival and industry conference in Liverpool, England. Founded in 2008, Sound City was located in Liverpool City Centre venues such as The Kazimier, The Zanzibar and the Liverpool Cathedral, until 2015 when it was relocated to Bramley-Moore Dock in Liverpool's historic docklands.In 2015, the festival took place on Friday 22 May - Sunday 24 May, with headliners The Vaccines, The Flaming Lips and Belle and Sebastian and an array of artists including, Everything... read more

South Liverpool F.C.

South Liverpool Football Club is a football club based in Liverpool, England, founded as a phoenix club of a club of the same name. They are currently members of the and play at Jericho Lane in Otterspool. The club's colours are white shirts, black shorts and red socks.===Predecessor===It has long been accepted that the first South Liverpool FC was founded in the late-1890s when a club called African Royal (or, in some sources, Africa Royal) changed its name, under the influence of W.J. Sawyer,... read more

Liverpool–Manchester rivalry

The Liverpool–Manchester rivalry is a rivalry that exists between the English cities of Liverpool and Manchester. The cities have many similarities and differences, which have intensified the rivalry and both lie at the heart of North West England — the most populated region outside of the Greater London area in the United Kingdom.The rivalry is generally agreed to have ignited after the construction of the Manchester Ship Canal. Manchester merchants became disenchanted with the level of dues... read more

History of Liverpool

The history of Liverpool can be traced back to 1190 when the place was known as 'Liuerpul', possibly meaning a pool or creek with muddy water, though other origins of the name have been suggested. The borough was founded by royal charter in 1207, but Liverpool remained a small settlement until its trade with Ireland and coastal parts of England and Wales was overtaken by trade with Africa and the West Indies, which included the slave trade. The town's first wet dock was opened in 1715 and Liverpool's... read more

LGBT culture in Liverpool

Rainbow flag over Liverpool Town Hall on International Day Against Homophobia & Transphobia 2009.LGBT life in Liverpool, England is made up of persons who are either lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender/transsexual. Research commissioned by the North West Regional Development Agency approximated that there were around 94,000 LGBT persons living in the city's metropolitan area by mid-2009 - equivalent to the GLB population of San Francisco , making it the single largest minority group on Merseyside.As... read more


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