Liverpool Legends Tour 2021 - Rescheduled Dates Revealed
Updated: 4 days ago
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We can finally reveal the Liverpool Legends who will be appearing on the 2021 tour and in which towns
*** Check out the list of legends at the bottom of this blog - AT LEAST THREE at each event***
Each line up is subject to change due to the Legends schedule and media commitments
THE TOUR DATES AND LEGENDS
NORTHAMPTON - July 16th 2021
Park Inn by Radisson Hotel
***BRAND NEW TOUR DATE***
MANSFIELD - September 4th 2021
CHESTER - September 9th 2021
Grobbelaar, Saunders and Kennedy
Crowne Plaza Hotel
BELFAST - September 25th 2021
THE LEGENDS (in Alphabetical order)
1. John Barnes
Liverpool 1987 - 1997
One of the most naturally gifted British footballers of a generation. Barnes spent a decade at Liverpool earning himself 403 appearances and scoring 106 goals, winning the league in 1988 and 1990 and the FA Cup in 1989 and 1992. In addition to this he played for England 79 times and scored 11 goals - including a classic against Brazil.
He has been a PFA Player of the Year, Football Writers association Footballer of teh year twice and even once voted Liverpool's best ever player (FourFourTwo 2016)
Despite all this he is probably best known for his rapping - which he has performed for us live!
Liverpool 1995 - 1997
Stan became Britain's most expensive footballer when he signed from Nottingham Forest to Liverpool in 1995.
Most famous on Merseyside for his winning goal in the greatest Premier League game ever when Liverpool beat Newcastle 4-3
3. Bruce Grobbelaar
Liverpool 1980 - 1994
Goalkeeping legend, famous for his 'jelly legs' heroics in the 1984 European Cup final. With a total of 628 appearances for the Reds he is the 9th on the list of most club appearances. In his 14 years with Liverpool he won 6 League Titles, 3 FA Cups, 3 League Cups and the 1984 European Cup
4. Alan Kennedy
Liverpool 1978 - 1986
The British record signing for a left back in 1978, transferred from Newcastle United for £330,000. In 359 appearances Kennedy won 5 League Titles, 4 League Cups and 2 European Cups scoring the only goal against Real Madrid in 1981 and the winning penalty in 1984
5. Steve McMahon
Liverpool 1985 - 1991
Kenny Dalglish's first signing for Liverpool. Born and bred Scouser he earned the praise from Bob Paisley who said 'When Steve McMahon plays well, I always think that Liverpool will play well'
Won 3 League Titles and 2 FA Cups with Liverpool
6. Jan Molby
Liverpool 1984 - 1996
Danish midfielder spent 12 years on Merseyside and scored 61 goals in 292 appearances. Winner of 3 League Titles, 2 FA Cups and made and Honorary Scouser by Liverpool's Lord Mayor in 2009
7. Ian Rush
Liverpool 1980 - 1986 / 1988 - 1996
Liverpools greatest ever goal scorers - having scored a club record of 346 goals in all competitions for the reds. Rushie is a 5x League winner, 3x FA Cup winner, 5x EFL Cup winner and 2x Winner of the European Cup (1981 and 1984)
One of Liverpool FC's true legends
8. Dean Saunders
Liverpool 1991 - 1992
Deano wasn't at Liverpool long with just 42 appearances, but in that time he managed to score 11 goals and became a beloved name amongst the list of Liverpool Greats. Plus he is one of the funniest men on the after dinner speaking circuit
9. Phil Thompson
Liverpool 1971 - 1984
A Liverpool fan since childhood, Thommo lived the dreams of many a supporter when he signed for the club in 1971, the day after his 17th birthday. Spending 13 years with Liverpool he made 477 appearances winning seven league titles, 1 FA Cup, 3 European Cups and 2 UEFA cups.
He now appears as a regular pundit on Soccer Saturday, struggling to control his passion for the club!
10. Neil 'Razor' Ruddock
Liverpool 1993 - 1998
Hard Man defender Razor has 152 appearances for Liverpool and 12 goals. 2 goals coming from the 5-0 win over Leeds in 1996. He famously had a feud with Eric Cantona by continuing to turn his collar down!
A cult hero to this day - Razor adds a huge presence to the evening!
11. Ronnie Whelan
Liverpool 1979 - 1994
The Republic of Ireland International was brought to Liverpool by the legendary Bob Paisley and stayed with the club long enough to play in the first 2 seasons of the Premier League. In 493 appearances Whelan won 6 League Titles, 2 FA Cups and the 1984 European Cup
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