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      Best Home & Away fans pubs...?

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      Best Home & Away fans pubs...?
      Jul 14, 2014 01:13:28 pm
      Hi Guys,
       
      I am compiling a new fans guide for the coming season and am after real fans views of which are the best pubs on match days for both home fans & visiting supporters.
       
      Which are the "main pubs" for home fans around the ground..?
       
      Can you let me know the best 5 or so around the ground please and any local establishments that particularly cater for and welcome visiting supporters - pubs, restaurants, parking facilities attractions etc.

      Also, any suggestions of pubs that you have visited at other away grounds which are good for away supporters on match days would be great.
       
      Many thanks
       
      Rob
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      Re: Best Home & Away fans pubs...?
      Reply #1: Jul 16, 2014 09:20:44 am
      The Albert is probably the most famous and back in the day was a great place for a pre/post match ale and sing song. These days, its sadly become more like a tourist spot with very little atmosphere and just people looking around and taking pictures etc.

      The Sandon is a massive pub with lots of different rooms (the place where LFC were born). Has a good mix and atmosphere and shows any live football on TV's and a big screen in the large function room.

      The Park is a small pub opposite the Kop and to my experience, is currently the best if you want to ruin your throat prior to a match because its usually bouncing in there.

      There are various others including the 12th man (formerly the Salisbury Arms) around the ground

      Obviously, each to their own.

      The "away" pub is the Arkles which has a good atmosphere and away fans tend to mix with Reds with no problems (unless your Man Utd of course)

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