Liverpool FC

Liverpool were formed in March 1892 and were elected to the Football League in 1893. They are one of the world’s most successful clubs and have won the European Cup (Champions League) on five occasions. They have won the Football League championship a record 18 times and the FA Cup 6 times and have also won the League Cup, UEFA Cup. The first League encounters between the two clubs came at Molineux on 29 September 1894 with running out winners 3-1, the return at Anfield three months later ended in an exciting 3-3 draw. Wolves won the first FA Cup tie between the two clubs at Molineux in February 1896 thanks to goals from Harry Wood after twenty minute and Owen on the half hour. The match at Molineux on 14 March 1903 lasted just fifty minutes but was abandoned because of a water logged pitch. Liverpool who were leading 2-0 won the return by the same score. On the 27 August 1932 Wolves traveled to Anfield for there first First Division fixture for twenty-five years. Wolves took a second minute lead through Phillips but Liverpool rallied and had netted five by the time ninety minute were up. Wolves beat ‘The Reds’ 5-3 at Molineux on 16 March 1935 with Wolves goals being netted by Billy Wrigglesworth and Iverson netting as brace each and Billy Hartill hitting the fifth. Wolves record attendance (61,305) came against Liverpool in a first round FA Cup tie on 11 February 1939. Wolves ran out comfortable winners 4-1 and went on to the final with goals from Sammy Burton, Dennis Westcott, Alex McIntosh and Jimmy Mullen, Liverpool‘s goals came from the spot from Joe Fagen. Wolves on 7 December 1946 netted five at Anfield and Dennis Westcott netted four (all before half-time). The return at Molineux, the final game of the season saw Wolves needing to win to take the League title. Unfortunately Liverpool took the honors and duly took the title thanks to Stoke City losing two weeks later. Wolves faced a Liverpool at Anfield for a fifth round FA Cup tie on 2 February 1952. The match that saw Liverpool win 2-1 was watched by a record Anfield crowd 61,905. Liverpool put six past Wolves at Anfield in September 1963 and again at Molineux in September 1968. On 19 December 1973 the two clubs met for the only time in the Football League Cup with a mid week afternoon kick-off due the energy strikes. Wolves won thanks to a strike from John Richards and went on to lift the trophy for the first time. The final fixture of the 1975/76 saw Liverpool coming to Molineux in need of victory to take the League title and Wolves need to win to avoid relegation. Wolves took a fourteenth minute lead but goals from Kevin Keegan, John Toshack, and Ray Kennedy all in the last thirteen minutes saw Liverpool take the honors. Liverpool arrived at Molineux on 25 November 1980 as League and European Champions but went away losing 4-1, Wolves took the lead through Mel Eves on thirteen minutes only go Phil Neal to net a cracking equalizer just before the brake. The second-half though saw Wolves net through John Richards, Norman Bell and ex-Liverpool captain, Emlyn Hughes. In 1981 Wolves won the opening day fixture thanks to a Mick Mathews sixty-second minute strike and on the opening day of 1983/84 season Geoff Palmer put Wolves ahead after just two minutes with penalty. Ian Rush leveled for the Reds in the first minute of the second-half. Wolves met Liverpool for the first time in the Premier League at Molineux on 21 February 2004. Cheyrou put Liverpool in front just before half-time but Kenny Miller leveled in the last minute of the match. The return at Anfield saw Sami Hyypia net the only goal in the ninety-second minute.

Football League
1894/95 (1) W 3-1 D 3-3
1896/97 (1) L 1-2 L 0-3
1897/98 (1) W 2-1 L 0-1
1898/99 (1) D 0-0 L 0-1
1899/00 (1) L 0-1 D 1-1
1900/01 (1) W 2-1 L 0-1
1901/02 (1) W 3-1 L 1-4
1902/03 (1) L 0-2 L 1-4
A
1903/04 (1) W 4-2 W 2-1
1905/06 (1) L 0-2 L 0-4
1932/33 (1) W 3-1 L 1-5
1933/34 (1) W 3-2 D 1-1
1934/35 (1) W 5-3 L 1-2
1935/36 (1) W 3-1 W 2-0
1936/37 (1) W 2-0 L 0-1
1937/38 (1) W 2-0 W 1-0
1938/39 (1) D 2-2 W 2-0
1946/47 (1) L 1-2 W 5-1
1947/48 (1) L 1-2 L 1-2
1948/49 (1) D 0-0 D 0-0
1949/50 (1) D 1-1 W 2-0
1950/51 (1) W 2-0 W 4-1
1952/52 (1) W 2-1 D 1-1
1952/53 (1) W 3-0 L 1-2
1953/54 (1) W 2-1 D 1-1
1962/63 (1) W 3-2 L 1-4
1963/64 (1) L 1-3 L 0-6
1964/65 (1) L 1-3 L 1-2
1967/68 (1) D 1-1 L 1-2
1968/69 (1) L 0-6 L 0-1
1969/70 (1) L 0-1 D 0-0
1970/71 (1) W 1-0 L 0-2
1971/72 (1) D 0-0 L 2-3
1972/73 (1) W 2-1 L 2-4
1973/74 (1) L 0-1 L 0-1
1974/75 (1) D 0-0 L 0-2
1975/76 (1) L 1-3 L 0-2
1977/78 (1) L 1-3 L 0-1
1978/79 (1) L 0-1 L 0-2
1979/80 (1) W 1-0 L 0-3
1980/81 (1) W 4-1 L 0-1
1981/82 (1) W 1-0 L 1-2
1983/84 (1) D 1-1 W 1-0
Premier League
2003/04 D 1-1 L 0-1
2009/10 D 0-0 L 0-2
2010/11 L 0-3 W 1-0
2011/12 L 0-3 L 1-2
FA Cup
1895/96 (2) Home W 2-0
1922/23 (2) Home L 0-2
1938/39 (5) Home W 4-1
1948/49 (5) Home W 3-1
1951/52 (4) Away L 1-2
2016/17 (4) Away W 2-1
FL Cup
1973/74 (5) Home W 1-0

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Associated with both clubs

Andy Beattie, George Bowen, Keith Burkinshaw, John Chadburn, Conor Coady, Stan Collymore, Stan Cullis, Dickie Dorsett, Alun Evans, George Fleming, Dick Forshaw, James Frain, Adam Hammill, Paul Harrison, Billy Hartill, Jack Hopkins, Emlyn Hughes, Michael Ihiekwe, Paul Ince, Paul Jones, Billy Jordan, Robbie Keane, Fred Keetley, Mark Kennedy, Bert Lumberg, Jimmy Melia, Steve Morgan, Andy Mutch, Jorgen Nielsen, Frank O’Donnell, Matt O’Mahony, Sheyi Ojo, George Patterson, Jermaine Pennant, Darren Potter, Jack Robinson, Ian Ross, Jack Sambrook, Dean Saunders, Alex Scott, Jack Shield, Cyril Sidlow, Sammy Smyth, Paul Stewart, Mark Walters and Dennis Westcott.