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Liverpool has agreed to a deal with wireless network Xirrus to install wireless Internet at its home ground of Anfield beginning with its home game against West Ham United Sunday. The first phase of the project will include the two-tier, 12,000-seat Centenary Stand and adjoining corporate facilities. Liverpool Digial Media and Technology Head Andrew Robinson said, "The added reliability and performance of high capacity Wi-Fi over 3G connections will encourage our fans to use social networks like Twitter and Facebook to share their experiences with fans unable to make it to the game" (Xirrus).