When did Liverpool play Melbourne Victory?

When did Liverpool play Melbourne Victory?

24th July 2013
Melbourne Victory vs Liverpool. Friendly Match. 11:00am, Wednesday 24th July 2013. Melbourne Cricket GroundAttendance: 95,446.

Who did Liverpool play at MCG?

A RECORD soccer crowd of 95,446 has witnessed history at the MCG with Liverpool winning their first match on Australian soil against a gallant Melbourne Victory.

What was the score between Liverpool and Melbourne Victory?

Steven Gerrard delights the MCG crowd as Liverpool beats Melbourne Victory 2-0 – ABC News.

What was the biggest crowd ever at the MCG?

The MCG also holds the record for the biggest VFL/AFL crowd (121,696), the highest recorded crowd for a cricket match (93,013 at the 2015 World Cup Final) the largest crowd for a single day of Test cricket (91,112) and the record crowd for a domestic cricket match (80,883).

Did Craig Johnston play for Australia?

He was a key member of the 1986 “double” winning team. He also co-wrote the team’s 1988 cup final song “Anfield Rap”. He was eligible to play for England, Scotland, Australia and South Africa at international level, but only ever appeared for the England U21s.

Who has kicked the most goals at the MCG?

Matthew Richardson
As of the end of 2011, Matthew Richardson holds the records for having scored the most goals on the MCG and as of 2021 Scott Pendlebury holds the record for playing the most matches.

Who invented the Adidas Predator?

footballer Craig Johnston
Adidas Predator are a range of football boots developed by German sportswear manufacturers Adidas, introduced in 1994. Predator are based on a prototype concept from the Australian former footballer Craig Johnston.

Who built MCG?

The Melbourne Cricket Club was founded on November 15, 1838 when five men – Frederick Powlett, Robert Russell, George B. Smyth and brothers Alfred and Charles Mundy – agreed to form a cricket club to be known as the Melbourne Cricket Club.

What is the largest stadium in Melbourne?

Melbourne Cricket Ground
List of Oceanian stadiums by capacity

Rank Stadium Capacity
1 Melbourne Cricket Ground 100,024
2 Stadium Australia 83,500
3 Optus Stadium 60,000
4 Adelaide Oval 53,500