Monthly Archives: September 2023

Will Fenway Sports Group Sell Liverpool FC?

- - Finance

Red 3D Dollar Sign with Question Mark ShadowIt’s fair to say that, in some quarters of Anfield, the Fenway Sports Group (FSG) aren’t the most popular of characters.

The majority owners of Liverpool FC have come under scrutiny for their business dealings over the years, with accusations that they haven’t supported the club enough with transfer funds at a time when money talks – their inability to finance a move for a defensive midfielder in the summer window left Klopp having to opt for Plan B signings in Wataru Endo and Ryan Gravenberch.

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Which Brands Sponsor Liverpool and For How Much?

- - Finance

Red Handshake Puzzle PieceThere are numerous different revenue streams available to football clubs, from ticket and merchandise sales to cashing in on their most valuable assets: their players.

But one of the most profitable and reliable income streams for outfits like Liverpool is commercial revenue, a catch-all term dominated by sponsorships and agreements penned with brands from across the globe.

For context, the Reds make around £600 million per year from these commercial deals – essential, really, given that their Premier League rivals dominate the list of richest football clubs on the planet.

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The Best Goals in Merseyside Derby History

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Close Up of Traditional Football Hitting Goal NetToday, September 15, marks the anniversary of one of the most memorable Merseyside derby goals in recent memory.

At Goodison Park in 2001, a youthful Steven Gerrard dropped his shoulder, surged past Gary Naysmith and buried an unstoppable cross-shot into the top corner of the Everton net.

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How Successful Have Liverpool Been in the Europa League?

- - Teams

Red Trophy IconOne of Liverpool’s punishments for their flaccid 2022/23 campaign is that they must face the rigour of a Europa League campaign in 2023/24.

Gone are those famous Champions League nights at Anfield against a Real Madrid, a Barcelona or an AC Milan; instead, it’s LASK, Union SG and Toulouse that will provide the Reds with their continental opposition this term – with no disrespect intended, that’s quite the comedown.

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