Liverpool F.C.’s new stand


January 25, 1908

The two Liverpool clubs are perfecting their accommodation, and in time it would appear probable that every spectators on a wet day will be able to get under cover. The photograph we reproduce above is a new stand created by Liverpool, and is a set-off to “Spion Kop.” It is a spacious, substantial, and a valuable addition to the club’s assets. It will be ready for use in next Saturday’s Cup tie with Brighton and Hove Albion. It will be thrown open to the public on that day, the fee being one shilling. Later on, however, the stand will be portioned off.
(Source: Liverpool Echo: January 25, 1908)

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