I loved working here I left to have my son, i would love to work here again I just need a job closer to home now.. I learnt time management working there, how to fold clothes correctly, how to print on football shirts, how to use a till give refunds
The 3 years I worked at LFC were the greatest. Theres a great sense of not only team work but family. It was a fun environment and I enjoyed going to work every day. Paid well, plus holiday pay even though it's casual work. Even inductions and training days are fun. YNWA.
Working a Liverpool Football Club has really opened my eyes to the working life and I wouldn't change my decision to work there if I had the chance. I have met some amazing people working for the company and I am grateful to have them in my life. Liverpool Football Club isn't just a place of work, it's a family unit and I would recommend a job to anyone.
I really enjoy working for LFC. I find management fair and understanding, the morale is high (especially when doing well!). But there is a massive divide between football and non football side. They try to force “one club” at quarterly meetings, but it clearly isn’t. Benefits are different, you never interact with colleagues from the football side. If you work in an admin type role do not expect any special treatment/benefits/bonuses etc. Salaries are not any higher considering the size and profit of the club (I got paid better in smaller less known companies).
Best place to grow, been here since 2011 started as a kiosk staff and built myself up! No shift is ever the same. Always fast pace and the managers and team are lovely, always there to help and support. The senior staff and management are lovely and always greet you wth a smile, I love working here as it’s a nice atmosphere and personally gives me time to distract myself from everyday life!
I throughly enjoyed my time at LFC every shift was different and never got boring.
Brilliant from start to finish my favourite part of my job role was meeting different fans from all over the world and see the joy it brought to so many people of course being a life long fan myself helped.
My superiors were very approachable and friendly.
I would say the hardest part of my job was balancing it with my new full time job which in the end was the reason i had to leave.
The electric environment
Start time being hours before fans start to arrive
Anfield is so amazing. In the area where i work i get to meet the players every time a game is at Anfield. If you are lucky enough, you get to see them after the game aswell. The managers are great, some co-workers are tricky to work with but i can handle them.