One of the best ways to evaluate a team is to look at their accomplishments. Furthermore, gazing at this timeline can help to predict how the team will perform in the future. Next, we will take a look at the timeline.
Elliot (2005) says that the club set a record at earning eighteen First Division Titles. Additionally, Rose (2000) says that the club also holds seventeen League Cups. Access World News (2002) claims that the club also set an English record by winning five European Cups. Finally, Charleston (2002) says that they earned the FA Cup seven times.
According to Taylor (1987), the club was formed in 1892. According to the Daily Post (2002), also in that year, a great victory was achieved by the Reds, the time they played their first game. The Liverpool Football Club (2009) claims that the first game in the Football League took place in 1893. They also say that, at the time a promotion was attempted in 1894, it was achieved. Furthermore, in 1896, Tom Watson was appointed as manager of the club. Also in that year, the Reds made it to the first FA Cup final game. The Reds were crowned as champions for the first time in 1901, and the title was given back to Anfield in 1906.
In 1922, they won their third title, according to the Liverpool Football League (2009). In 1923, there were two consecutive title wins for the Reds. In 1928, a roof was put on the Spion Kop. In 1938, the quickest goal was recorded by Balmer. 1946 saw a record deal being made for Stubbins, and Balmer hit a treble, treble. The Reds were recognized as post-war champions in 1947. The Reds lost the Cup in the finals in 1950. In 1952, a new record was set by Anfield. Nevertheless, the Reds were led to misery when they suffered a great defeat in 1954.
In the 1960's, the Liverpool Football Club (2009) reports several key events that were of great significance. The Reds endured a promotion from Division Two, the Reds dressed in all red for the first time, the Shield was shared between the Reds and United, they lost their first European final, they smashed their transfer record, they brought home the title for the sixth time, they finally won the Cup for the first time, they reclaimed the Title after winning against Chelsea, and they took home the Shield.
In the 1970's, they won their eighth title, Paisley takes over the club, they won the UEFA Cup for the second time, they won their tenth title, and they won the Super Cup. All of this is reported by the Liverpool Football League (2009). Also reported by the League in that decade is Shankly resigning, winning the Shield, winning their ninth title, winning the Shield again, and winning the European Cup.
In the 1980's, according to the Liverpool Football League (2009), they won the twelfth title. They also retained the League Cup and re-earned the Charity Shield. Next, they won their fourteenth title and Fagan led the team.
In the 1990's, according to the Liverpool Football League (2009), they won their fifth Cup. Sadly, fans loaded into Kop for the last time. They won their eighteenth title, Rush set a new scoring record, and they won the League Cup. They also won the Youth Cup, according to the League.
Since then, the Liverpool Football League (2009) reports many landmark events. They won the Cup and the Charity Shield, they won against Istanbul, they won the Youth Cup, they won the Community Shield, they retained the Youth Cup, the transfer record was smashed again, and