City of Liverpool
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The term City of Liverpool may refer to:
- City of Liverpool (aircraft), an Imperial Airways Armstrong Whitworth Argosy that crashed in 1933 in what is suspected to be the first ever occurrence of aerial sabotage
- Liverpool, a city in the north west of England
- Liverpool, New South Wales, a suburb in South Western Sydney
- City of Liverpool (New South Wales), a local government area in Sydney, Australia
- Liverpool City Council, the governing body for the city of Liverpool, England
- Liverpool City, a defunct professional rugby league team based in Liverpool, England, that played from 1906–07, with no connection to the club below.
- Liverpool City (rugby league), a defunct professional rugby league team based in Liverpool, England, that played from 1951-1968, previously known as Liverpool Stanley, subsequently known as Huyton RLFC, with no connection to the club above.
- City of Liverpool (water polo) - British water polo club
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