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Anfield is a suburb of Liverpool, Merseyside, England, in the Liverpool City Council ward of Anfield. The population of the Liverpool Ward at the time of the 2011 census was 14,510. The area has been home to the football club Liverpool F.C., 18-time English champions and six-time European champions, ever since the club's founding in 1892. The club's home stadium, Anfield, has been located there since its founding in 1884.
Anfield District Sign.
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In 1836, Walton lost its independence and was made part of Liverpool Borough Council. The Ordnance Survey map from 1851 shows a house here called Anfield House (then described as Annfield House), around which the suburb developed.
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- The District Placenames of Liverpool, Henry Harrison, 1898