On March 15, 1892, a decision to form Liverpool Football Club was taken by the former Everton FC chairman John Houlding after some issues over the ownership of their Anfield Road ground emerged with the Toffees. As Liverpool quotes, “a turbulent meeting of Everton members ends in Houlding being removed from his position as president.” So a new club was founded to use the ground. Houlding was eventually left with a ground without a team. Together with William E. Barclay and John McKenna, Houlding decided to form a new team which they initially named “Everton F.C.” but later became LIVERPOOL FC and received the official recognition some three months later. Liverpool have gone on to become one of the most decorated clubs in not just England, but all over Europe and have won 18 League titles. To add to it, they have also won the European Cup/Champions League title five times which is most by any English club.