Video of Liverpool ‘playing crowd noise through speakers for games’ is from stadium tour

Liverpool have been phenomenal in every single department this season.

On the pitch they’ve been nigh-on unstoppable going forward and impregnable defensively, which is testament to the quality of the players and Jurgen Klopp’s tactics.

As a squad they have superb chemistry, which is hugely important for any team vying to win the Premier League.

As for the fans – well, it’s hard to argue that any set of supporters or stadium comes close to Liverpool’s at Anfield when it comes to making noise.

Anfield has been rocking all season and it only seems to be getting louder as the Reds get closer to clinching the title.

If Manchester City win all of their remaining games they’ll be crowned champions, but until then Kopites will be doing everything to spur on the players.

Not everyone is buying into the atmosphere Anfield generates, though. A video has been circulating recently that claims to show Liverpool play crowd noise through their speakers for games.

Check it out.

Playing crowd noise through stadium speakers is something City have been mocked for this season, so when the above footage emerged, Liverpool received the same treatment.

However, Liverpool fans have hit back with a vengeance by pointing out that the chanting noise you can hear is just used for stadium tours, not for games.

It actually comes from the end of Pink Floyd’s song Fearless, which you can listen to below.

Another myth bites the dust.

Just two Premier League games remain for Liverpool as they look to win the league for the first time in almost 29 years.

They’re also through to the Champions League semi-finals, where they face Barcelona over two legs.

Should the Reds manage to win one or both, Liverpool fans definitely won’t need stadium speakers to make themselves heard.