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The banner at the top of liverpoolfc.tv proudly says 18 titles and 5 European cups confirming their status as England's most decorated club, however Manchester United are hot on their heels. The home page is very red, bright and bold littered with the latest news and all sorts of banners and tabs which you can select. On this site you can do all the usual kind of thing that would you would do on a football club site such as looking for latest news items, checking the profiles of the current squad, looking at upcoming fixtures, booking tickets, purchasing replica shirts and all sorts of other merchandise from the extensive range available.
If you register for an e-season ticket which is at best £44.99 for a year you can listen to live commentary of matches, watch highlights from games and watch exclusive interviews with the management and players but I think there are some interesting bits available for free if you have a look.
In the children's section, the history of the club is broken down in parts with some accompanying videos, there are wallpapers and screensavers to download and there is a quiz which is quite entertaining.
I always really enjoy the history features on these sites and this club certainly have a lot to keep you busy. You can look at past players in the hall of fame like Rush, Barnes and Hansen and there is a lot to read about concerning previous managers like Paisley and Shankly. There is a nice virtual trophy cabinet that you can spin around and check the impressive list of honours.
For all the success that this great club has had though there has also been tremendous tragedy which is dealt with respectfully on the site. Both the Hillsborough and Heysel disasters are reported on here and there is a tremendously moving documentary about the FA Cup semi-final tie at Hillsborough and the aftermath which I whole heartedly recommend. It's only a game and events like this remind us of that fact.
Liverpoolfc.tv is the first place for any liverpool fan to get the inside information and news about the club.
The interface of the website is very user friendly, the website has a nice red background of the club colours and the main news will be shown in a big space with the other news items to the side. The main bar features loads of different buttons which when hovered off with the mouse brings up a drop down box of items.
The website allows you to sign up to e-season ticket which gives you many benefits such as being able to watch the highlights from every liverpool game this season, it gives you live commentary of every liverpool match and also gives you a ticket option which may allow you to get some tickets easier.
The website also has a club shop which very good for buying all your official club merchandise, though it may be cheaper buying it from another retailer.
The website allows you to apply for tickets if your a fancard holder and has a new ticket trade service where fans can sell there tickets to other fan card holders at face value, which is a very good way of getting tickets.
This website is very good for all Liverpool fans looking for the latest official news.
Liverpool's websites is one of the best around an i am not just saying this because i am a liverpool fan.
The look of the site is very slick and it is very easy to navigate around the site, some football clubs site's are very confusing like trying to find the club shops on some of them is a nightmare.
It has all the latest news as you would expect and has some great competitions and online games, this also a great place to go for mobile downloads especially the animated player wallpapers.
The online club shop is very good and easy to register and use and delivery of items is very quick.
It has all the information you would expect like player profiles, youth team profiles, fixtures and interviews.
You are able to buy an e-season ticket which allows you to watch exclusive live streaming of games and video interviews, it costs around £4 a month.
All in all this is one of the finer football club websites and is amust see for any liverpool fan.
Before you begin reading through this - bear in mind that I am an avid Liverpool Football Club supporter. I make great efforts to travel up to Liverpool as often as I can, and I have already picked the square foot of the Anfield pitch where I would like my ashes to be scattered. With that in mind, you might forgive me for a certain biase to this review... The original www.liverpoolfc.tv was probably the best club site in the English Barclaycard Premier Division, maybe even in the whole of English Football. It certainly overshadowed the English FA's own site (www.thefa.org), in my opinion. It?s the official web site of the (current) most successful football club in English history, and the only place for exclusive news on the team and the club. As Liverpool FC gets ready to announce the final details of the, soon to be started, new stadium, this is the place to get the information first. You often find that the BBC website "lifts" news directly from www.liverpoolfc.tv - although I am sure they have permission to do so. If it?s not on this site, it?s not true! (sorry koptalk, football365, Sky Sports News et-al) With the update of April 1st 2004, I think the creators, of an already slick site, have raised the bar again. The various shades of red, along with a fairly slow refresh time have gone, to be replaced with a corporate looking white background, intuitive frame style layout and altogether faster experience. LFC have teamed up with Granada (who currently has a 10% share in the club) to provide users with a very good basic content, including interviews, news, various downloads and club information. You can get wallpapers of the team, ring tones for your mobile and check up on how our injury problems are improving or worsening. Match
reports and post game news is normally available within a few minutes of the final whistle. A payment of £3.99 per month opens up the full power of the site. For this fee you ge t an "E-Season ticket". This gives you a wide range of interactive services, including a match day show - with a live feed for all games; video is available for home matches. There have been complaints regarding speed on this service, but a recent update and move to Windows Media format, over Real, should improve this. Needless to say, don?t subscribe to an E-Season ticket if you haven?t got, or unable to get a DSL or cable connection. A further benefit of E-Season ticket membership is the chance to get the Holy Grail - home tickets to a premiership match. Be quick if you do get the opportunity to buy. LFC reserve a tiny portion of the ground for sale over the web in this way. Tickets go on sale through ticket master at 10am on the stated day of sale. They are all gone by 10:10 at the latest! If you a Priority Ticket Scheme Member (an service LFC offer as an extension to their fan club) you can actually buy PTS tickets through the site too - again using ticket master. A great new feature, of interest to all footie fans I think, is the online European Club Championship game. Opened as a pop-up window, once you select the game from the front page, you get to take your chosen team through to the European Championship final. The game takes the form of a sequence of penalty shootouts. You are told at the start of each match how many penalties you must score to progress. You shoot your penalty by watching the moving guide, and clicking when the shot direction is to your liking. You can loft the ball by holding down the mouse button. I find its quite ha
rd to get past the keeper once you get to the knockout stage, and have a high score of 3940 - beat me if you can. It goes without saying that www.liverpoolfc.tv is the first site I hit most days. It has its small faults, but these are getting better. A live chatroom would be good, even if it?s only for the E-Season ticket (There is a message board open from 9:30am to 10:30pm). I underst and why this is not available - its very hard to moderate a live chatroom, and the club does not want to be exposed to the issues that Microsoft has had in recent months. The reliance on Ticket Master to sell the match tickets, that mean so much to those of us who have not been able to get a real season ticket, causes many many message board complaints. A final niggle I have is that you often get a new window open, advertising Ebay - I know all about Ebay thanks! No need to push it to me every time I visit the page of my favorite football team. However, in these days of slightly dodgy on pitch performances, its still the one thing where LFC are always top of the league.
I visited Liverpool’s website and I thought that it was really good, the presentation is excellent and it’s got loads of information you can find out anything you want to know about Liverpool. They have a online shop which is great they do babywear and there Replica Kits sizes start from 1yrs old to 50-52 inch chest. Prices for Replica Kits range from £24.99- £39.99. You can have your favourite players name and number on your shirt however this is not possible on the infant sizes. They do infant kits in Home and Away Kits whereas not all football websites do both in infants. You can get directions to Anfield of their website. Special features are screensavers, wallpapers and icons plus ringtones. The history of the club is very good with loads to read. Their player information is good it includes Birthplace, Date of birth, Height, 1st teams games & goals, International caps & goals, Characteristics, Website, Squad Number, weight, Nickname and Former clubs. I couldn’t find anything on Anfield stadium but maybe it is hard to find.
Liverpool FC is a great club! (Not a biased view!). I am a fanatical LFC supporter and I always check the latest football news everyday. The Liverpool FC website is the most popular clubsite in the world and boasts members such as the Pope! There are some very good unofficial Liverpool sites including 'Koptalk'. However if you are looking for the latest news, interviews and live commentary then Liverpoolfc.tv is the best. To access most of the services you need to register, which doesn’t take long. Apparently according to the club, the Pope has registered as a supporter! The website is updated several times a day and provides honest views about the club. There is a TV section where you can see highlights of premiership, UEFA, and games from the 60's, 70's, and 80's. The commentary is good and provides unbiased coverage during match days. You can also watch pre and post match conferences with the managers and players. I have also heard that they will start charging for the premium services but I do not when or how much the service will cost. The biggest disadvantage to the site is that there is no chat room. This is because of legal reasons and also they cannot afford to monitor the chat room. I would advise the club to get the chat room back online, as it is a very popular part of the site. The designers of the site have done a brilliant job. The site does not look like other football sites and is very innovative and interactive. I would recommend the site to all Liverpool and non-Liverpool supporters.
What an improvement on the old site, Liverpoolfc.tv is the new revamped Official Liverpool Football Club website. The old site was, to be honest, crap! There was nothing to do on there, no games, nothing. That's all changed now. The new site has fans forums, games, downloads, constantly updated news pages, archives or players past and present, but it's still not enough to help me through these lonely months without Premiership football! The only bad point of the site is the loading speed, i'm on a 56k modem and some pages can take ages to load. The best feature of the site is the tv section. The club now offer everyone the chance to watch reserves and UEFA Cup matches, plus webcams live 24 hours a day from the heart of Anfield. This is probably the best official club website out there.