Staying in touch with the Reds

Supporting a club from the other side of the world presents its unique challenges. Fortunately we now live in an age where we aren’t obscured from what’s going on at Liverpool because of distance. This list of twitter accounts will ensure you stay in the loop of everything that goes on at Anfield and get every perspective of the major issues.

Subscribe to the list here: LFC News Feed

Liverpool FC (@LFC)

The club’s account is your first point of call for all official club statements. It also gives exclusive access to photos of training at Melwood, the manger’s press conferences, the player’s dressing room and more.

LFC Australia & NZ (@LFCANZ)

The club’s official account down under. Generally retweets content from the international LFC page, but also gives useful information on match broadcasts and kick-off times specific to Australia.

Premier League (@premierleague)

Stay up to date with everything happening in the league. Keep an eye on opponent’s results and watch Liverpool soar up the table!

Liverpool FC News (@LivEchoLFC)

The Liverpool ECHO’s dedicated LFC news page. It gives hourly updates of everything happening at Liverpool, so you won’t miss a thing.

LFC Melbourne (@LFCMelbourne)

LFC Melbourne isn’t run by the club. It’s the official account of the Melbourne Liverpool supporters club. If you’re from another part of the country then don’t worry, each major city has its own supporters club to follow.

Bourke Street Imperial (@The_Impy)

The Impy is LFC’s official Melbourne base and screens live all matches to its patrons. Here you’ll find information regarding its events. Again, if you’re not from Melbourne then each city will have its own pub to watch the Reds with fellow supporters.

Liverpool Australia (@LFC_Australia)

Another page run by fans. They give a wrap-up of the day’s news out of Liverpool in a much more Aussie friendly time-zone.

This Is Anfield (@thisisanfield)

This is Anfield is an award-winning fan website based in the UK. They provide news and opinion in articles, videos and pod casts. I personally thoroughly enjoy their passionate insight and analysis and highly recommend that you follow them.

The Redmen TV (@TheRedmenTV)

The Redmen TV describes itself as “uncensored LFC television.” They provide zealous debate reactions to LFC news from their own panel members in the form of videos. Their interviews with fans leaving Anfield after matches are a highlight.

Jim Boardman (@JimBoardman)

Boardman writes about Liverpool for The Daily Mirror. Has a wealth of knowledge and experience as a football writer and gives excellent insight in his columns.

Jamie Carragher (@Carra23)

Admittedly, there is some annoying Sky promotion on Carra’s account. It’s worth putting up with though, because he tweets the way he played; honest and uncompromising. He gives plenty of (often hilarious) opinion on Liverpool and football in general.

I’ve left the current players of this list. Their twitter activity tends to be a bit on the safe side because their frightened to say anything controversial. For the purpose of this list they’re not very useful, but that shouldn’t stop you from following them to show support for our men in red!


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