We set off at 08:07 to Liverpool from London Euston, but didn’t get there until 12:10! This was due massive train delays.


The tour didn’t start until 1pm so we were able to grab a quick bite to eat in a local café called Georgie Porgy. It is a place where a lot of Liverpool fans go before the game for pre-match food, it had a lot of historic Liverpool photos and paintings. The café was right opposite Anfield.


The tour started at the Bill Shankly statue, he is one of the great managers and they call him the King of Europe.


Once the tour had started the guide explained more about Liverpool Football Club and how the Anfield was being expanded. We also had a look around the directors box where the Chief Exec sits sometimes and where hard decisions with the managers are sometimes made.


We then sat inside the stadium and more of the history of Liverpool Football Club was explained to us. To be honest I didn’t know much about it, I started supporting Liverpool in 1997 because my family supported them.


We then had a look around the Anfield museum where they keep all the trophies Liverpool have won. Liverpool have won 18 league titles! They also had a section showing the legends that are Captain Steven Gerrard and Jamie Carragher.


We also got to see the collection of football shirts Steven Gerrard has been given, which was really cool! I also got a photo with the Champions League trophy we won in 2005 (which is ours to keep