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Waterloo Quay, Liverpool, L3 0BS, United Kingdom
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Liverpool FC fanshop

by GuusjeSlegers

In may we shall bring a visit to Liverpool and the stadium of Liverpool FC.
My question is: At what times daily is the fanshop opened?

Re: Liverpool FC fanshop

by wardy51

The shop in the city centre (Williamson Square) will be open from 09:00 to 17:30 before you buy any shirts or other Kit check the prices at Sports World in Paradise Street (150m from Macdonalds)you might save yourself a few euros.
Also check out JJB sports next door to the Liverpool shop.

Re: Liverpool FC fanshop

by lfc

check out for all club info

Re: Liverpool FC fanshop

by BrenfromEngland

Try Everton
Much better !

Travel Tips for Liverpool

Royal Liver Building

by yooperprof

The Royal Liver Building on the waterfront in Liverpool was one of the first tall structures in the world to be made of reinforced concrete. Its architect was Liverpudian Walter Aubrey Thomas (1859-1934).

Don't try and imitate the...

by Jaybers

Don't try and imitate the accent. So many people do and so few actually can. Scouse (the name for Liverpudlians and for the accent) is a combination of the generalised Northern accents with a heavy Irish influence and some less obvious Scandinavian touches (apparently!). The word scouse refers originally to a stew that was cooked at the onetime thriving dock side by Norwegian sailors. The stew was called Skaastew and the purveyors thereof became known as Skaasers. Eventually all of Liverpool's population became known as scousers.

While we're at it - try to avoid the phrases:

'Calm down', 'they do that there though don't they though' and the like. They will not win you friends.

Comments about all scousers being thieves are likewise unlikely to gain you popularity. A few bits of vocab for understanding purposes only:

scally = common person (from scallywag);
bevy = drink (from beveridge);
keks = trousers (and/or underpants);
peg it = run for it (this is an interesting one as in other parts of Britain it means die!);
busies (as in the plural of busy) = police;
dead = dead (obviously), but also = very as in 'that's dead good';
hard (as in 'he's dead hard') = tough;
having a cob on = being in a bad mood.

I'll add others as they come to mind.

Are you a Beatles anorak ?

by sourbugger

The website below will give very good detailed information about places associated with the Beatles in both London and Liverpool. It's not just about where they lived, but schools, marriages, pubs drunk in, paper rounds...whatever. Wonderfully detailed.

It includes an interactive map of Liverpool.

relaxed atmosphere for all types of people

by nikkinikila01 about Krazy House

I recommend it because it has three floors with the bottom floor being heavy metal, 2nd floor being rock and top floor being mixed, oldies and new RnB, dance and pop music. so it caters for most tastes.
Also there are two for one offers on selected drinks. any dress is acceptable really.
however most people just tend to wear casual clothing
Trainers/sneakers are allowed

The delights of Merseyrail

by sourbugger

Merseyrail claim to be one of the most efficient railway companies in the UK - although by my experience at least, I doubt they are the cleanest.

On a map of Liverpool, the number of stations in the central area makes it look as if the city has a metro system (it doesn't) : the rail network is of little use in navigating the city centre. Tne city centre is compact and the trains are very deep underground, which means more walking than you probably would to get to the same point on the surface !

If you are going to a nearby town of interest (like Chester for example) then it may be of more use to you.


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