Liverpool Football Club is one of the most successful teams in English and European football, and the club not only has huge support in England but also around the world, but the club is likely to have millions of fans. Liverpool was founded in 1892 and won 18 league titles, seven FA Cups, and five times well-known winners among the European Cup and the Champions League.
The club badge or crest is the famous club and the badge on the shirt is often kissed by players when they celebrate the goal or victory, signs of loyalty and love for the club. The badge has changed significantly since the formation of the club, well over a hundred years ago, but today's top is of great importance to the history and tradition of this famous football club.
The club badge is primarily the city's famous liver donkey that has represented the city for centuries. The mythical bird, which many people believe to be from their cormorant, is at the top of the Royal Liver Building's towers, where two famous liver sculptures dominate the building and face the Mersey River. In 1911. Many modern myths have emerged about the origin of the liver bird but are widely accepted to reflect on and protect the people of Liverpool, and the myth tells us that if they ever left, the Mersey River blows its banks and floods the city
The Liver Bird dominates the Liverpool badge under a shield. The image of the liver has a short head and curved beak, which is more of a predatory bird than a cormorant, but retains the grass of the curd in its mouth. 19659002] Liverpool FC attempted to acquire copyright in the image of the liver in 2008, but failed in their experiment since it was considered that the Liver Bird belongs to all Liverpool residents and not a company or organization. The liver is also used by many other organizations.
Above the shield is the famous Shankly Gates depicted in 1982 outside Anfield Stadium as former and most famous director of Liverpool, Bill Shankly, who led Liverpool from the mediocrity of the Second Division, three league titles, two FA cup and UEFA Cup. Bill Shankly is considered to be the greatest fan of Liverpool's biggest manager, as he transformed the club.
On the top of the Shankly Gates and on the badge, the words You Will Never Walk Alone which is the title of Gerry and the pacemaker title given by Liverpool fans as the hymn of the club, will again appear as Shankly's leader , and Liverpool fans are honored today.
One side of the shield is the symbolic symbol of the Hillsborough Memorial at Anfield, where an everlasting flame burns in honor of the 96 Liverpool fan who died tragically at the 1989 Hillsborough catastrophe when fans broke the Liverpool FA Cup semi-final at Nottingham Against Forest, 766 fans were injured in the catastrophe.
The date of the club's formation is clearly under the shield, and while the club peak has changed several times, this is a symbol of one of the club's most important events, the badge is held both by players and fans with respect and pride
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