As the six-largest football stadium in England, the Anfield stadium lies in Anfield, Liverpool, Merseyside, England, with a capacity of 54,074. Since the establishment of the Liverpool football club, the Anfield stadium has been used as the home of Liverpool football club from 1892. It consists of four stands, including Spion Kop, Main Stand, the Centenary Stand and Anfield Road. In 1952, the stadium accommodates the highest number of spectators – 61,905 at a game between Loverpool and Wolverhampton Wanderers. Two gates of the stadium was named as Bill Shankly and Bob Paisley by the previous manager of Liverpool.
With a Shankly statue laying outside the football stadium, the football stadium is in the vicinity of Liverpool Lime Street railway station. The Main Stand of the Anfield stadium was expanded from Dec. 8, 2014, increasing the capacity to 54,074 and leaving it as one of the largest all-seat football stands in Europe. In addition to being used as grounds for some international matches, it also could be used as a place for some large-scale concerts and other large-scale activities.