Why Called the Kop Anfield?

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The brick and cinder banking at the Liverpool football stadium was called 'The Kop' after the many scousers who died in battle in South Africa on a hill of the same name. Subsequent stadiums in the UK came to be colloquially called 'the Kop'.
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its short for the spion kop its because its steep like a hill named after a battle in south africa on a hill
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The Kop was originally called Oakfield Road Embankment or Walton Breck Bank. Renamed the Spion Kop in 1906 after battle of Spion Kop and later shortened
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There are 76 rows in the kop.
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A Kop is a steep hill (Koep) in Afrikaans "The Afrikaans name for the battle is Spioenkop; spioen for spy or look out and kop meaning hill or outcropping," wrote Liverpool
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