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So anyone who’s been following this site and me personally for any amount of time would know that I am an absolutely massive Liverpool Football Club fan. I’ve been a fan since the very first time I watched Ian Rush and John Barnes knock the ball around way back in the 80’s.

I used to be a club player, was never really any good, but every day I was outside on the grass kicking the ball around and dreaming of walking onto the hallowed turf of Anfield decked out in that glorious red. So apparently Absa caught wind of my obsession and they have approached me to tell you about my very first British Premier League experience because they are running a promotion where they are going to give away 19 experiences to 19 of their lucky clients.

And even if you aren’t an ABSA client or aren’t able to move right now they have been kind enough to give me an awesome prize for one of you lucky readers… more on that later.

My First (and only) live Liverpool Experience

I lived in the UK for 2 years between 2001 and 2003 but unfortunately I was based in London and not my beloved Liverpool and getting tickets to watch Liverpool in London was completely out of my financial reach at the time. So the one week in December 2001 I took a trip up to Atherton, which is where my family originates from, to visit my grandparents and family members.

Now Atherton is a tiny town in Greater Manchester which is 17 miles from the Manchester city centre and 22 miles from Liverpool city centre, so as you can expect the town has a lot of supporters for both Liverpool and Manchester United, as well as the closest former Premier league team, Bolton Wanderers.

While I was there my sister and I decided we wanted to go check out Liverpool and I insisted that we would go see my beloved Anfield. It was a Monday, 12 December 2001, and it was bitterly cold in Liverpool but we made our way to the stadium to check it out and lo and behold there was a game on that night against Fulham.

I seem to recall it was a rescheduled game, not entirely sure on that though, but since it was a Monday night and against less-than-glamorous opposition there were still tickets available. The decision took about 2 seconds to make and I spent the last of my available funds on getting 2 tickets in the nosebleed section to watch my heroes take on Fulham.

Standing in the crowd of my people and singing the songs for my heroes was one of the most exhilarating experiences of my life. To watch Michael Owen, Steven Gerrard, Patrik Berger and Jamie Carragher blitz around the field was something else. Michael Owen is quick on TV but to see him move in real life was truly amazing and watching little Stevie G manhandle the other side and hear the passion from the supporters and players is something you truly have to experience at least once in your life.

Unfortunately the game wasn’t a great one with no goals scored by either side but I will never regret making the decision to sit in the freezing cold and cheer my team on.

Man I want to go back now…

The Competition

So as a reward for reading my story Absa has generously donated this epic looking Liverpool bag to give away.

Three easy ways to enter. First leave a comment below letting us know about your first Premier League experience, be it on TV or in real life. For a second chance to enter just smash this tweet button below and say whatever you want, just don’t remove the hashtags and @absa part.

And thirdly, like this post on Facebook… that’s it.

Oh and if you’re wondering what it’s like to truly experience your first BPL game in video format, check out this very cool video of Elton Norkie attending his very first Everton *booooooo* football game. It does a great job of bringing through that emotion of winning.. which rarely happens for Everton so this is nice I guess.

Last Updated: May 21, 2015

70 Comments

  1. Admiral Chief's Adventure

    May 21, 2015 at 10:34

    Heh, Soccer

    Reply

    • Sageville

      May 21, 2015 at 10:44

      Gooo Sports team!

      Reply

      • Admiral Chief's Adventure

        May 21, 2015 at 10:44

        *Sperts!!!!

        Reply

    • Lisa

      May 21, 2015 at 11:03

      Soccer-ball, strange sports game.

      Reply

      • Tbone187

        May 21, 2015 at 12:06

        I would’ve thought it’d be strange to call that egg like thang in rugby , a ball. 🙂

        Reply

  2. Blood Emperor Trevor

    May 21, 2015 at 10:40

    When I was young the big game was always Liverpool vs Everton, which led to family divisions. I used to support the former, because I liked red more than blue, & because I was too young to know better.

    Reply

    • Gavin Mannion

      May 21, 2015 at 10:41

      Unfortunately it’s the law that if I support Liverpool I have to hate Everton…

      I hate Man Utd and Chelsea by choice though

      Reply

      • Blood Emperor Trevor

        May 21, 2015 at 10:50

        I always get amused when Man U supporters brag about their team of the decade, where Liverpool was the team of the century.

        Reply

      • Scruff304

        May 21, 2015 at 11:52

        As a Man Utd supporter from a young age, I totally get that…
        But, I wouldn’t go as far to say that I hate any other team, but I do have a little chuckle when I see one of the other top team drop points. But at the end of the day, I will always support the result the benefits my United. IE, if Liverpool beating Gunners help us, then that is what I want.
        I also just enjoy watching good footie.

        Reply

  3. Jaded_Reprobate

    May 21, 2015 at 10:40

    You’ll never walk alone…. and if you “keep walking” at least you can drown your sorrows

    Reply

  4. kuuu(UMAR)rrrr

    May 21, 2015 at 10:46

    I heard your only star player left. So you’re basically now a B-grade, maybe C-grade team?

    Reply

    • Admiral Chief's Adventure

      May 21, 2015 at 10:46

      Shots fired

      Reply

    • Gavin Mannion

      May 21, 2015 at 10:48

      It wouldn’t even matter if we had no players left Liverpool will always be a top club…. unlike the Chelsea’s and Man City;s who have bought titles

      Reply

      • Brady miaau

        May 21, 2015 at 11:14

        I agree with you there. On that score, I respect Arsenal under Wenger a lot, for how they grew and nurtured players together.

        Reply

        • Scruff304

          May 21, 2015 at 11:54

          You say that, (And it is partially true, I admit) But did you know that Arsenal hold the record for being the first ever English team to start a match with not a single English born player in their starting XI. True story.

          Reply

          • Brady miaau

            May 21, 2015 at 12:53

            Yes, I watched the game live, if memory serves. The commentators went on and on about it. But they still grow the players, just not from true youngsters <18.

            I am not English. I do get that it is important to have locals in the teams, but I watch for the best league in the world.

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          May 21, 2015 at 11:59

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      • FoxOneZA

        May 21, 2015 at 11:49

        Isn’t it more like Liverpool sold the title this season ie SUAREZ?

        Reply

        • Skyblue

          May 21, 2015 at 21:39

          Preach it

          Reply

    • RinceTheElfRoot

      May 21, 2015 at 12:07

      RED CARD!

      Reply

  5. Hammersteyn

    May 21, 2015 at 10:51

    Rammed my car into a lawyers car a few years back in 2004 I think. Wasn’t a big deal and he was pretty cool about the whole deal mostly because he is an avid Arsenal supporter and he couldn’t stop talking about how great they were. So much so that I started following football from then on.
    #Truestory

    Reply

    • Admiral Chief's Adventure

      May 21, 2015 at 10:55

      I DON’T BELIEF YOOO

      Reply

      • Blood Emperor Trevor

        May 21, 2015 at 10:58

        I do, Arsenal supporters love tak.. NO!

        Reply

      • Hammersteyn

        May 21, 2015 at 11:03

        Would you believe that I am not a crook?

        Reply

  6. Darthdad

    May 21, 2015 at 10:53

    Standing in the rain at the Memorial grounds in Bristol 1975, with my Grandfather and my Dad.
    Watching my team Bristol Rovers take on Chelsea.
    I had one of those wooden clacker type things that you used to spin around to make some noise.
    I could hardly see the pitch and my Grandfather put me on his shoulders. It was awesome, even though we lost
    2 – 0. Good memories.

    Reply

  7. konfab

    May 21, 2015 at 10:56

    My first experience of it?
    Watching my grade 7 class split into 3 sections: ManU, Chelsea and Arsenal.

    I didn’t get it back then and I still don’t get it. Whenever someone asks me who I support, I say the winning side.

    Reply

    • konfab

      May 21, 2015 at 10:57

      relevant picture:

      Reply

  8. Admiral Chief's Adventure

    May 21, 2015 at 10:56

    I’ve actually only watched 2 soccer games from start to finish.

    I was working in Mafikeng (or whatever they call it these days) for a few days a week, so at night, with nothing else to watch/do, I’d watch soccer.

    I must say, overseas soccer >>> African soccer

    Reply

  9. Aries

    May 21, 2015 at 10:58

    Liverpool Fan all the way, first game I watched was the 2001 FA cup final, oh and the best was getting a Utd Fan to buy me a LFC shirt at Anfield

    Reply

    • Gavin Mannion

      May 21, 2015 at 10:59

      I watched that final on my honeymoon… you won’t believe how my wife prayed for a LFC win :)..

      2001 is the best season I’ve personally experienced.

      Reply

      • Aries

        May 21, 2015 at 11:09

        Treble winning season

        Reply

  10. Kensei Seraph

    May 21, 2015 at 11:02

    I don’t think I’ve ever watched more than 5 minutes of a soccer game by choice.
    If I have watched more than that then it was probably because I was bored (I mean really really bored and I had already read the entire menu twice) and at a pub/restaurant with family.

    Reply

    • Kensei Seraph

      May 21, 2015 at 11:02

      That being said, good luck to the fans who are hoping to win.

      Reply

      • Hammersteyn

        May 21, 2015 at 11:05

        UEFA games are the best. I think the top teams can crush most national sides easily.

        Reply

        • Brady miaau

          May 21, 2015 at 11:12

          Totally.

          Reply

        • Tbone187

          May 21, 2015 at 11:58

          Bafana,eish, Bafana,eish, is de best team in de world! Eish!

          Reply

          • Hammersteyn

            May 21, 2015 at 12:16

            They get points for attendance but no trying

  11. Alex Gaillard

    May 21, 2015 at 11:02

    In true gamer fashion I got into football by playing Fifa 09 and selected Liverpool because of Robbie Carlyle’s infatuation with them in the 51st State. From then on I was hooked and became obsessed with Fernando Torres (before he became an expensive paperweight) and the rest is history.

    I tried to get a ticket when I was travelling the UK in 2013 but the ticket I bought was fake and it is a regret that shames me to this day. I did however have a small reprieve when I got my Liverpool flag signed by Robbie Fowler ahead of the LFC legends vs Khaiser Chiefs Legends match in Durban later that year.

    I never got to see Stevie play IRL and now he is gone and that is saddening. But still, YNWA.

    Reply

  12. Lorimer

    May 21, 2015 at 11:03

    My first (not Premier league, but British) Football experience was watching Liverpool beat Everton in the 1985 FA Cup. My school friend was supporting Everton as Man Utd didn’t make it to the final and so I decided to support Liverpool, purely to irritate him. Liverpool went on and won the game 3-1 it was the first time I saw them take home a trophy – although, as we know, it has been a while since more have been won, but that changes nothing, I’m an LFC Fan through and through and that will never change.

    I’ve married into a Man Utd family (my father in law’s ashes were scattered at old Trafford) and even that won’t change me. Taking cracks on the chin about who I support is just another reason to back them even more.

    It seems that perhaps my favourite part of being a football fan is the rivalry that comes from supporting our teams, the passion on field and the banter off.

    I’ve yet to experience the thrill of a live game, but I know it will happen someday – I just wish it would be sooner rather than later (hint, hint) but for now I’ll settle for the televised games.

    Reply

  13. Goth_Nerd

    May 21, 2015 at 11:22

    First time I was watching a Manchester United game just because I saw a picture of David Beckham on a magazine, it was love at first sight and I wanted to see his soccer skills :p

    Reply

  14. Morne Jacobs

    May 21, 2015 at 11:33

    I am also a massive liverpool supporter and it has very much to so with my first recolection of a football game.

    It wasnt a typical weekday for our family. Out of nowhere and while struggling a bit financially, my parents suprised us with a trip to the local panarottis. As I sat at the table enjoying my cheese, salami and ham pizza a certain rather important footbal game was on display on the T.V’s. At the time rugby was all I new, and indeed all i loved, yet what unfolded before me changed my opinion forever. A certain team in red was down by 3 at half time, but soon after Mr liverpool, Gerrard put in a header(“hello, Hello. Here we go!”), Smicer followed and then Xabi from a saved penalty. We sat in that restaurant till the bitter end and watched something truely amazing.

    #trueStory

    Reply

  15. GooseZA

    May 21, 2015 at 11:33

    Been a massive Liverpool fan since I was 5 (so I guess that’s 1986). Barnes, Beardsley, Rush, and co. Can’t remember a particular game that kicked off my devotion to the club but I do remember Bruce Grobbelaar came to our soccer club and I got his autograph. Best. Day. Ever (when you’re 5-7 years old, can’t remember exactly)

    I have been to Anfield (sadly not to see a game) but I’ve walked down the tunnel and touched the sign and stood out on the pitch. Magical.

    Stevie’s final game at Anfield was heartbreaking. Such a poor performance from the team. He deserved so much better.

    Reply

    • Gavin Mannion

      May 21, 2015 at 11:47

      You stood on the pitch!!! They wouldn’t let me on it when on our stadium tour

      Reply

      • GooseZA

        May 21, 2015 at 12:01

        Just the edge bit. It was just after the season ended so I think they were about to rip it up anyway 😉

        Reply

  16. Ranting Raptor

    May 21, 2015 at 11:35

    My first Liverpool experience? HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA.

    Not even once.

    Besides. Soccer isn’t a real sport.

    #HidesFromTheMobs

    Reply

  17. Geoffrey Tim

    May 21, 2015 at 11:38

    Buncha liverfools

    Reply

    • FoxOneZA

      May 21, 2015 at 11:47

      Livertools

      Reply

      • Tbone187

        May 21, 2015 at 11:56

        Livercools!

        Reply

    • hairyknees

      May 21, 2015 at 11:55

      LiverDROOL AMIRITE?

      Reply

  18. Anon A Mouse

    May 21, 2015 at 11:48

    My first Liverpool experience? RODGERS OUT RAFA IN

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      May 21, 2015 at 11:57

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    • Brady miaau

      May 21, 2015 at 13:26

      Not sure, hey. Great tennis player and all and a major soccer fan, but a big club like liverpool should surely get in someone with more coaching chops.

      Reply

  19. Tbone187

    May 21, 2015 at 11:54

    It’s 2008 in Reading. The summer wasn’t up to scratch so I waited for 2009 to go to Liverpool to watch us against Bolton. 🙂 We won 2-1. Still have my memorabilia from the time.Been a supporter since ’89. Most exciting season was definitely 2013/14 when Suarez and the boys were absolutely massacring anyone in their path. For our CL victory in Istanbul 2006, I was in jhb, having a beer in true scouser fashion.YNWA!!!

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  22. RinceTheElfRoot

    May 21, 2015 at 12:06

    What’s a football? Oh, that’s the sport where the players spend more time hugging each other after scoring a goal (which only happens every 5^N game) than actually kicking the ball?

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    • Anon A Mouse

      May 21, 2015 at 14:29

      That description sounds more like a Mayweather fight.

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  24. SargonTheBatpandaOfTI5

    May 21, 2015 at 12:33

    My first ever EPL game I saw as a kid happened one lazy Sunday when I was too young to really take note of the year. I had just watched Michael Schumacher destroy a F1 race that morning and I was a staunch supporter of the German even at the earliest of ages. So heading into the 1pm kick-off (and with the Marlboro Ferrari victory firmly in my head) I sat down with my father (Liverpool supporter, second generation) and my grandfather (Man Utd supporter, second generation) to watch Liverpool v Man Utd. Now it shouldn’t surprise you that I supported the next team clad in all red (Liverpool were at home – if this was Man Utd at home I would be supporting a different team now perhaps). Liverpool took the match (I can’t remember the score, being a small child caught between rival patriarchs) and that was all I needed to continue supporting Liverpool to this day. Oh and as a side note, I still very much am a Ferrari man.

    This.
    Is.
    Anfield!

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  25. chimera_85

    May 21, 2015 at 14:47

    First experience with FOOTBALL was back in primary school, we had these trading cards and every second person supported manu or liverpool, not to mention I dont like red much, cos uhmmm diver, I, I mean danger :-P. I like blue and though the Chelsea players looked cool. Then I got Fifa 98 i think on PS1 and recalled those Chelsea players so decided to be a Chelsea supporter 😀

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  26. K1FF J1MB0B (sizzle edition)

    May 21, 2015 at 17:02

    Gavin, when you watch a Liverpool match do you put on a shell suit and talk in a scouse accent?

    Reply

  27. Skyblue

    May 21, 2015 at 21:37

    Became a Gooner during the build-up to our golden French Revolution era, been looking back ever since ;-(
    Le Invincibles Forever!

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  28. Jonah Cash

    May 22, 2015 at 06:47

    I grew up very Afrikaans, we didn’t watch any football in our house. I studied in Pretoria at the time when Owen and Beckham was at their prime. I hated Beckham, he felt more like a model rather than a true sportsmen(only found out later he was pretty good at both) so I started playing Fifa and chose Liverpool as my team thanks to Owen. I had a Portuguese friend who also liked Liverpool and another friend who supported Man U (we are still friends, I know very weird!). We started looking for pubs that would have the Super Rugby on a TV and have the EPL on another. We all had our club shirts(Mine was stolen out of my flat when I started to work), then we started looking for pub which only had the football on. By then we were watching the Champions League on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and the EPL on Saturdays and Sundays (this was very rough on a student salary).
    I am a true Liverpool fan, and I will see them once in my lifetime even if I have to sell a kidney to do it 🙂

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  29. Jonah Cash

    May 22, 2015 at 06:47

    I grew up very Afrikaans, we didn’t watch any football in our house. I studied in Pretoria at the time when Owen and Beckham was at their prime. I hated Beckham, he felt more like a model rather than a true sportsmen(only found out later he was pretty good at both) so I started playing Fifa and chose Liverpool as my team thanks to Owen. I had a Portuguese friend who also liked Liverpool and another friend who supported Man U (we are still friends, I know very weird!). We started looking for pubs that would have the Super Rugby on a TV and have the EPL on another. We all had our club shirts(Mine was stolen out of my flat when I started to work), then we started looking for pub which only had the football on. By then we were watching the Champions League on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and the EPL on Saturdays and Sundays (this was very rough on a student salary).
    I am a true Liverpool fan, and I will see them once in my lifetime even if I have to sell a kidney to do it 🙂

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    May 22, 2015 at 18:18

    I got to watch Man Utd vs Arsenal at Ellis park, Bryan Robson was sent off by an Overzealous South African based ref. watched it from one of the boxes with my dad, it was epic..although im a Liverpool fan, it was a great memory of 2 premier league legends. Arsenal won 2 nil..and this will sound like product placement, but it was the United Bank international Cup, which eventually became ABSA. Fantastic memory! Big Game in a packed Ellis park, the FA Cup champs vs United.

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