One of the most iconic arenas in the world of European football, Anfield has long been the proud game territory of English League team Liverpool F.C. The stadium's first association was with another club, Everton F.C, which lasted for seven years between 1884 and 1891. Followed by an internal dispute, the club relocated to Goodison Park, thus igniting a fierce rivalry between Evertonians and Scousers. Equipped with a splendid GrassMaster turf, this legendary stadium really comes to life during cup ties and Champions League knock-out stages, when the whole place erupts in passionate club chants and vibrant fireworks. Of the four stands it houses, Anfield's Spion Kop is perhaps the most well-known, and seats some of the most avid fans of the club.