Updated: Sep 14, 2020
Liverpool FC Celebrates 5 Million Subscribers.
LFC set a goal on Thursday 10th September 2020; to try and reach 5 Million Subscribers on their club YouTube Channel before their first official game of the season, against Leeds United FC on Saturday 12th September 2020. A goal they reached at around 3pm on Friday 11th September 2020.
To achieve their subscriber goal, Liverpool required approximately 10,000 - 40,000 subscribers on the video sharing platform. Due to YouTube's simplifying of subscribers, I am unable to garner the exact number of subscribers gained as information regarding subscription numbers have now been rounded out in a move by the video sharing giant, and in turn by all related information gathering sites. This milestone means that they dramatically improved upon their subscription efforts as the clubs channel gains an average of 2,330 subscribers per day. This impressive feat was accomplished in around 24 hours of announcing their aim.
The club celebrated by posting a video with a joyful montage of images including the iconic Liverpool Manager Jurgen Klopp, local legend Trent Alexander-Arnold, goalkeeper Alisson Becker, LFC Forward Mo Salah, Captain Jordan Henderson, Midfielder Gini Wijnaldum, and of course, the iconic image of the 2019/20 Liverpool FC First Team lifting the Premier League Trophy.
The team uploaded the celebration video to the YouTube Daily Story and to the YouTube Channel's Community Tab, which culminated more than 18,000 likes and over 450 comments celebrating the achievement in total by Saturday 12th September 2020.
The official Liverpool FC YouTube Channel joined the platform on the 23rd October 2005 and so far has 1,415 videos uploaded, over 5 million subscribers and more than 875 million video views.
In the last 30 days, from the 12th August to the 12 September 2020, LFC have gained more than 70,000 subscribers and over 19 million video views.
It is the 2,239th most subscribed YouTube Channel, the 95th most subscribed channel in the UK (out of all genres of content), and ranked the 36th most subscribed Sports Channel on the platform. You can support the Premier League Champions by subscribing to the LFC YouTube Channel.