Battle of the Reds Melbourne, Masters Australia Tour 25th July 2017
Liverpool Masters 1-3 Man Utd Masters Scorers: Heskey, Saha 2, Danny Webber
Battle of the Reds Adelaide Final, Masters Australia Tour 22nd July 2017
Liverpool Masters 3-3 Socceroos Masters (Liverpool Masters won 3-2 on pens) Scorers: D.Thompson 2, Fabio Aurelio, J.Mckain 2, Colosimo
Masters Hong Kong Tour 15th November 2016
England Masters 1-0 Hong Kong Masters Scorers: J.White
Battle of Europe, Masters Singapore Tour 12th November 2016
England Masters 4-2 Germany Masters Scorers: Anderton, Sheringham 2, Heskey, F.Bobic 2
Mcdonalds Battle of the Reds, Masters Bangkok Tour 18th November 2015
Liverpool Masters 2-3 Manchester Utd Masters Scorers: Poborsky, Saha, Gillespie, Smicer, Mcmanaman
The Castlewood Group Battle of the Reds, Masters Singapore Tour 14th November 2015
Liverpool Masters 2-0 Manchester Utd Masters Scorers: Luis Garcia, Hamann
Sky Kids EPL Masters Hong Kong Tour 15th October 2015
EPL Masters 5-4 Hong Kong Masters Scorers: Pires 2, Anderton, Scholes, Fowler
Sky Kids EPL Masters China Tour 10th October 2015
EPL Masters 5-1 Guandgog Invitation XI Scorers: Luis Garcia, Pires, Anderton, Fowler, Gillespie
The Country Group Liverpool Masters Thailand Tour 17th November 2014
Liverpool 4-3 Thailand Scorers: Berger (2), Fowler, McManaman
The Castlewood Group Liverpool Masters, Singapore Tour 15th November 2014
Liverpool 3-1 Singapore Scorers: Heskey, og, Litmanen
The Emerald EPL Masters Tour, Phuket 10th August 2014
EPL Masters 3-4 Thailand Legends Scorers: Fowler (p), Saha, Hendrie
Battle Of The Masters – Singapore National Stadium – 11 November 2017
Balikpapan Masters Cup – Balikpapan International Stadium – 5 November 2017
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Liverpool Masters 1 - 3 Man Utd Masters - Melbourne
Tour highlights from Masters Football’s Battle of the Reds tour of Melbourne in July 2017. Man Utd Masters taking on Liverpool Masters at the magnificent AAMI, Goals from Emile Heskey, Danny Webber and Louis Saha made sure the locals were not let down in what was the first 11-a-side Masters Football event in Australia.
ENGLAND MASTERS 4-2 GERMANY MASTERS – Singapore
50 years since England won their only world cup, a repeat of the 1966 final was played out at the Singapore national stadium against their bitter rivals Germany. Goals from Darren Anderton, Emile Heskey and a brace from captain Teddy Sheringham ensured bragging rights belonged to the English legends. Fredi Bobic scored two goals in the game and the result, identical to that famous game at Wembley in 66, was 4-2 to England!
HONG KONG MASTERS 4-5 EPL MASTERS – Hong Kong
Masters Football took a star studded EPL squad to Hong Kong to pit their wits against the Hong Kong masters in a much anticipated Legends exhibition match at Siu San Wan Sports Ground.The EPL squad included legends such as Paul Scholes, Robert Pires and Robbie fowler. The game ended 5-4 to the EPL Masters and includes a trademark Paul Scholes 35 yard screamer which left the whole of Asia craving more!
LIVERPOOL MASTERS 2-0 MAN UTD MASTERS – Singapore
Goals from Luis Garcia and Didi Hamann help Liverpool beat arch rivals Man Utd in front of 28,000 at The Singapore National Stadium in the Castlewood Group Battle of the Reds. This was the first time these two great clubs have gone head to head in an 11-aside match in Asia!
LIVERPOOL MASTERS 3-1 SINGAPORE MASTERS
With a maximum capacity of 7,600 fans packed in to the Jalan Besar Stadium to celebrate the testimonial of Singaporean legend Alexander Duric and the Liverpool Masters in town, this promised to be a great event for the locals to enjoy! The Liverpool Masters team included Robbie Fowler, Jerzy Dudek and Steve McManaman whilst Duric was joined by Fandi Ahmad and Rafi Ali for the hosts. The highlight of the game being a delicate chip from Jari Litmanen to seal the victory for the Liverpool Masters
“Whether it be the 6-aside tournament’s in the UK or a tour to Asia, the lads always have a great time with the Masters. The fans always come out in numbers and the matches are as intense as ever! You only need to see the quality of the teams nowadays to see how keen the players are to get involved”