3D Puzzle Football Stadium-Liverpool Anfield-DIY

Dhs. 60.00

Bellara

3D Puzzle Football Stadium

Liverpool Anfield

  • Build your own mini replica of one of the world's famous Anfield -Liverpool`s  stadiums
  • Lightweight EPS high quality coated paper foam pieces, photo-realistic detail puzzle looks beautiful when fully assembled
  • Includes 165 pieces, base, and instructions

Style: Anfield
Assembled size:  390x290x95 mm, 15.3x11.4x3.7
Recommended age: 5 and above
Note: The product is not edible, minor children use under the guidance of their parents

 Features:

  • Allowing creative play and stimulating eye-hand coordination and enhance a sense of accomplishment
  • Providing you with a view to the interesting world with attractive mini-models
  • As a nice item for you to share the fun with your loved one and dear friends
  • Patience and carefulness to complete 3D puzzles, which can improve the child's ability and thinking skills
  • Assemble a 3D model without the need for scissors, glue, and other tolls. Only need a simple structure can be easily assembled fight inserted to complete the puzzle exquisite lifelike spectacular, complete detailed design, highly ornamental

Liverpool Anfield Stadium History

Anfield is a football stadium located in the district of the same name, in the city of Liverpool, England. The stadium was built in 1884 and was the home of Everton Football Club until 1892 when the club left after the financial disagreement. Since then the ground has been the home of Liverpool Football Club, a team formed when Everton left. It is an elite class stadium by UEFA criteria and has hosted numerous international matches at the professional level, including England matches. The stadium was also used during Euro 1996.
The stadium comprises four stands: Spion Kop, Main Stand, Centenary Stand, and Anfield Road. The record attendance of 61,905 spectators was established in 1952 in the FA Cup match between Liverpool and Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Club, This record was established before individual spectator seats were installed following the recommendation of the Taylor report. In total there are 32 spaces to accommodate visitors in wheelchairs, 22 of which are intended for general sale, 8 are for visitors and another 2 for fans remain for use in an emergency. There are 36 spaces for fans with impaired vision. These places are at the bottom of Main Stand, with space also for a companion. Users of these places are provided with a headset to hear the commentary.