At this time, there are no live televised football matches on LFCTV but we show a history on our TV Guide of the last matches that could be seen on LFCTV.
We will update this LFCTV agenda on TV when they confirm this on the official media outlets. We can then list the upcoming matches televised live and direct.
Since the beginning of this website, we have published 282 football matches televised live by LFCTV.
The first published match was on Saturday 9 January 2016 between Liverpool Academy - Man Utd Academy.
The most televised competition on this channel has been Premier League 2 with a total of 75 games and the three most televised teams are Liverpool Academy (184), Liverpool (68), Liverpool Women (23).
LFCTV is a channel dedicated to Liverpool FC that was launched on September 20, 2007.
The network is currently available on television in the UK through the Sky and Virgin Media platforms. In Australia the channel can also be accessed through Foxtel. In addition, it has an Internet streaming service.
One of LFCTV's milestones occurred in October 2009. LFCTV became the first club channel to televise a World Cup Qualification match. The meeting pitted the teams of Bosnia and Herzegovina and Spain. The Spanish team won 2-5 with goals from Gerard Piqué, David Silva, Álvaro Negredo and Juan Mata.
During Liverpool's matches in the Premier League, Champions League, FA Cup or EFL Cup, it offers live coverage with match narration and a pre and post program of analysis.
Other content that can be seen on LFCTV are exclusive interviews with the first team players and the coaching staff, delayed broadcast of Liverpool games, old games or informative programs about the club's current affairs.