Anfield


Owner: Liverpool
Anfield | Built in 09/16/1884 1:08pm

Address: Liverpool Football Club, Anfield Road, Liverpool, Merseyside, L4 OTH.

Club Front Desk:

24 hour Ticket Information:

General Enquiries: +44 (0)151 263 2361

Ticket Office: 0870 220 2345

Even though Liverpool are planning to move to a brand new 60,000 capacity all-seated stadium in nearby Stanley Park, a trip to Anfield is still a memorable experience, and you can’t beat sitting in the world famous single-tier Kop stand behind the goal, where many of the most passionate and colourful supporters sit and cheer on the Reds up the Premiership league table, and raise their scarves in unison for the rendition of the club anthem “You’ll Never Walk Alone” prior to kick-off and just before the end of the game.

The large two-tiered Centenary Stand on the side of the pitch is fairly modern and offers unrestricted views, but a lack of legroom in places. The Main Stand opposite is the oldest in the ground and supporting pillars hinder your view of the action in places.

Visiting supporters are usually allocated around 2,000 tickets in the two-tiered Anfield Road Stand, which they share with home supporters. If you are sold a restricted view ticket towards the back of the stand, it may be difficult to see the action, particularly if supporters stand in front of you.

TICKETS / WHERE TO SIT

Section Price

Short side €114

Long side €203

Official Premier Club Seats are located in the centre block of the Upper Centenary Stand €235

24 hour Ticket Information:

General Enquiries: +44 (0)151 263 2361

Ticket Office: 0870 220 2345

 


Seating Plan

GETTING TO Anfield

Train

Just like our friends in blue, Kirkdale station is the closest to the ground (just under a mile away) but again, Sandhills Station is probably the better option with the Merseytravel Soccerbus service – running for a couple of hours before and after game. The Merseyrail Northern Line to Sandhills can be caught from Liverpool Central and Moorfields. Ask for a return to Anfield when buying your ticket and you’ll save yourself 100 pence on the two bus journeys. To get to both Sandhills & Kirkdale stations, catch a train from Liverpool Lime Street to Liverpool Central and change there for Kirkdale. Taxis from Lime Street come in at around £6, journey time 15-20 minutes.

Car

Stick the address in your Sat Nav: Liverpool Football Club, Anfield Road, Liverpool, Merseyside, L4 OTH.

Parking

If you arrive in Merseyside early you should be good for street parking but if not it’s worth heading over toward Goodison to street park and take the walk across Stanley Park. There is also secure parking at Goodison which costs £6.

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Where to drink

All about the Arkles for away fans but does get very crowded even as early as half one. Second option is the Flat Iron, mainly Liverpool but happily mixed.

 

Where to Eat

The refreshment kiosks inside Anfield itself sell a wide variety of traditional football grub including burgers, hot dogs and pies, including a local delicacy ‘Scouse Pie’ at £1.80, made by Clayton Park Bakery, which was named as the ‘top pie at all 92 league football grounds’ on Sky Sports’ Soccer AM by Chesterfield-supporting Soccerette (and pie enthusiast) Amy-Louise Moore.

Where to Stay

Hotel Name Best Price

Regent Maritime Hotel £67.00

Suites Hotel £117.00

Royal Quay £187.50

Arinza Apartments £200.00

Club Songs

When you walk through a storm,

Keep your chin up high,

And don’t be afraid of the dark.

At he end of the storm,

Is a golden sky,

And the sweet silver song of a lark.

Walk on through the wind,

Walk on through the rain,

Tho’ your dreams be tossed and blown.

Walk on, walk on,

With hope in your heart,

And you’ll never walk alone,

You’ll never walk alone.