Guide to Liverpool FC on social media phenomenon Pinterest

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If you haven’t already heard about it, Pinterest is the new social media network set to challenge Facebook and Twitter in the popularity stakes.

Pinterest allows users to create a virtual noticeboard of ‘pins’ – or interesting links, pictures and videos they’ve found on the internet.

Here we bring you some must-follow accounts for Liverpool fans. Sign up to Pinterest here.

Liverpool FC on Pinterest

This Is Anfield LFC @thisisanfield

Starting with our very own Liverpool FC Pinterest board, we pin up all the latest news and opinion articles added to the site, as well as videos and mobile phone wallpapers. Follow us as well for the best in ‘repins’ from other accounts of interest. A first stop for any LFC fan on Pinterest. Follow @thisisanfield

Liverpool FC @officiallfc

The club itself has an official Pinterest account, becoming the first football club to sign up to the service. They boast a variety of boards, with pins ranging from news stories to nostalgia and historical club photos to LFC products. Follow @officiallfc.

Kitster29 LFC @kitster29

Liverpool FC artist Kit Nelson brings you a fantastic board comprising of pins of his finest artwork. There’s artwork of Kenny Dalglish and Bill Shankly as well as images of the mythical Liverbird. Alternatively, visit our index of his artwork right here on This Is Anfield here. Follow @kitster29.

Laura’s LittleBakery LFC Cupcakes @laurasbakery

A delicious selection of photographs of Liverpool FC cupcakes made by Laura’s LittleBakery. There’s Liverbird cakes, there’s YNWA cakes, there’s European Cup cupcakes. Follow @laurasbakery.

To mark the end of the 30-year wait for a league title, the ‘Liverpool Mishmash’ poster is available to order exclusively on This Is Anfield — the history of the Reds in one image!

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