Win a Meal for 10 with an LFC Legend and Shankly’s Grandson

How would you and nine of your friends like to dine with an LFC legend and Bill Shankly’s grandson? Well, you have a chance of doing just that by entering our fantastic competition.

You and your pals will join Chris Carline and an LFC legend for a delicious meal at The Shankly Hotel – which will open in August 2015. The dinner will provide the perfect opportunity to ask questions about the late, great manager or the LFC team. It’s the perfect dinner for passionate football fans – but you have to be in it to win it!

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To be in with a chance of winning this superb competition, all you have to do is visit The Shankly Hotel Facebook page and like, share and comment on the competition post. It’s that simple. The winner will be chosen at random – and you never know, it might just be you! Want to increase your chances of winning? Simply ask your pals to perform all of the above actions, too, and you and your friends could soon be on your way to a two-course meal with a living LFC legend and Shankly’s grandson.

Want to experience a night in The Shankly Hotel? We are now taking bookings. Stay in one of the 86 stunning rooms within the hotel, which are all inspired by the legendary football manager.

The hotel will feature:

• Rooms with a kitchen and bar area

• XBOX One Consoles

• 50″ TV screens

• Rooms sleeping up to 10 people

• The Shankly Bar & Restaurant

• The Shankly Museum (featuring family memorabilia)

• Rooftop Infinity Pool

• Stunning 360 panoramic views from the Eden Rooftop Bar

To book a stay in the hotel, call 0151 236 0166 or email info@signatureliving.co.uk. To enter the above competition, visit our Facebook page. We hope to see you very soon!

The Kop Magazine Make a Donation to The Shankly Museum

The Kop Magazine is one of the most popular football magazines in the country, providing fans with LFC insights for over 20 years. After 243 editions, The Kop Magazine published their final edition, and we here at The Shankly Hotel are honoured to be featured in the last publication.

If that wasn’t enough, we are thrilled to announce The Kop Magazine has presented us with a fantastic donation to The Shankly Museum. Back in September 2013, the magazine produced a giant birthday card in honour of Bill Shankly’s 100th birthday, which went on display at the Shankly 100 Exhibition in the Capital Building, Old Hall Street, Liverpool. LFC fans and stars signed the card, including Jamie Carragher. After nearly two years of gathering dust in The Kop Magazine storeroom, they proudly donated the card to The Shankly Museum for football fans to enjoy for many years to come.

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The Kop Magazine also donated numerous other LFC memorabilia, including a signed John Aldridge photograph and a pile of Kop Challenge entries.

Bill Shankly’s grandson, Chris Carline, recently commented: “I’m made up to receive the giant card that The Kop Magazine recreated and got fans to signs to mark my granddad’s 100th birthday. The response around that anniversary reminded the family of the influence of the man. Even so far on after he passed away, his legacy is still as strong as ever and that was one of the reasons for the hotel.

“The family wants to keep his legacy alive and even when I go to the match now, young lads come up to me and say ‘I love yer granddad, he’s a God’ when they weren’t even born until after he died.”

Other items include the key to The Shankly Gates and the legendary manager’s This Is Your Life book, plus many more. The items will be displayed in The Shankly Museum and will be free of charge to the public.

Chris added: “A big thing for me was getting the ethos of the hotel right. My granddad was a man of the people, he had a socialist persona, so it would never have felt right to me to charge people who are not staying here to see the museum.

“If anyone wants to come in off the street and wander around that’s fine. If you want to come in and have a bite to eat and a drink while viewing then it’s entirely up to you. It’ll be open to everyone because it should be.”