THE history of Anfield Stadium will be celebrated in a day of reminiscence and sport-related events at Museum of Liverpool.
The ground has been home to Liverpool football club since their first match against Lincoln City in 1893, but it was local rivals Everton who first used it.
From 1884 to 1891 the team in blue played there until arguments over rent led the team to leave.
On Saturday, fans will be able to gather and listen to talks from Hillsborough survivors Chris Whittle and Peter Carney and singer Peter Hooton of The Farm, as he talks about the making of the Hillsborough single.
The ‘Amazing Anfield’ day has been organised in partnership with Spirit of Shankly and the National Football Museum.
Activities to entertain younger children will include football-themed crafts, children’s stories and a range of displays.
A film depicting the history of football in Merseyside called ‘Kicking and Screaming’ will also be shown.
For more information and times visit www.liverpoolmuseums.org.uk