News Update


Liverpool will play the national song before the Brentford game in honor of King Charles’ crowning.

Liverpool will play the national anthem before their game against Brentford on Saturday, despite the fact that they are aware that certain fans “have strong feelings about it.”

‘Abide With Me’ and ‘God Save the Queen’ were booed by the club’s fans before last season’s FA Cup final.

The national anthem will be played at top-flight matches on Saturday to commemorate King Charles III’s coronation.

Liverpool stated that it would be played “in response to the Premier League’s request to commemorate the coronation.”

“It is, of course, a personal choice how those at Anfield on Saturday mark this occasion,” the club stated, “and we know some supporters have strong views on it.”

The Premier League strongly recommended clubs to recognize the coronation in some way during this weekend’s matches, and suggested some ideas, including playing the national anthem – albeit there was no mandate to do so.

On Saturday, Bournemouth host Chelsea, Manchester City host Leeds United, Tottenham Hotspur host Crystal Palace, and Wolverhampton Wanderers host Aston Villa.

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp says the booing of the national anthem during last season’s FA Cup final at Wembley Stadium was “not something I enjoyed.”

“It’s always best to ask why this happens,” he continues. They wouldn’t do it unless they had a good reason.”

Klopp stated during a press conference on Friday, “The club’s position is my position.” This is a topic on which I cannot form an informed view because I am German and we do not have a king or queen.

“I’m confident that many people in this country will enjoy the coronation, while others may be uninterested or dislike it.” That’s all I’ve got to say about it.”


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