Fan Experience

Liverpool Football Club, Anfield Road, Liverpool, L4 0TH

Stadium Expansion

Anfield Stadium Access Update 2015/16 Season

Fans making their way to Anfield this season can expect to see some significant changes as progress continues on the expansion of the Main Stand and the wider regeneration plan for the area.    

  • Anfield Stadium expansion and wider regeneration works continue – Ongoing work means changes to some access routes in and around Anfield Stadium
  • New road closure times for Walton Breck Road (1 hour prior to kick-off)
  • No pedestrian access is permitted on Baltic Street, Bagnall Street. 
  • The temporary closure of Anfield Road will pause on a matchday when routine closures will apply (1 hour prior to kick-off)
  • A temporary hospitality facility will be situated in a purpose built marquee located between Tinsley Street and Gilman Street

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Accessing the Stadium on a matchday

If you’re attending a match at Anfield, before you travel we’d encourage all supporters to:

  • Check the date and time of the fixture you’re attending, as these are subject to change throughout the season due to TV scheduling
  • If you’re an Official Member, check your Members Card has been activated for that match prior to the game, by visiting My Account
  • Check the stand and turnstile that you will need to enter the stadium before you arrive.  This will be clearly indicated on your Season Ticket Card / Official Members SMS and email confirmation/ or paper ticket).  

To see a map of the stadium and turnstiles please click here 

Anfield Guides

HelpVisiting Anfield Guide

Liverpool Football Club takes great pride in welcoming visitors to our ground and so we have created a 'Visiting Anfield Guide' to make your visit as easy as possible. Our ‘Visiting Anfield’ guide provides useful information on how to get to Anfield, things to do in and around the stadium and places to stay if you are visiting from further afield.

Just click here to view the guide or print out and bring with you when you visit.

HelpAccessibility Guide

LFC prides itself on being inclusive and working with all its supporters. We recognise that disabled supporters may need assistance to fully enjoy the experience at Anfield Stadium, and so we have created an 'Accessibility Guide' to provide all of the information that you may need, to make your experience more enjoyable in one place.

Just click here to view the guide or print out and bring with you when you visit.

By Train

TrainLime Street Railway Station is two miles from Anfield. On matchdays you can use the Merseyrail network to link with the Soccerbus service from Sandhills Station on the Northern line or you can take a taxi from Lime Street.

For more information on train times click here

The Soccerbus runs from Sandhills Station, on the Merseyrail Northern Line, to Anfield for all Liverpool home Barclays Premier League and cup matches The Soccerbus runs two hours before each match (lastbus from Sandhills Station is approximately 15 minutes before kick-off) and for 50 minutes after the final whistle (subject to availability).

By Taxi

TaxiTaxis from the city centre to Anfield usually cost between £7-£9. Post-match taxis can be difficult to locate and we would therefore suggest fans consider alternative travel arrangements such as the ones listed below (bus /soccer bus.)

Taxi One operates a taxibus service from St Johns Lane, Liverpool city centre direct to Anfield. A frequent service operates from 3 hours prior to kick off.

Taxi One return service will operate from the corner of Anfield Rd/ Sleepers Hill opposite the Isla Gladstone conservatory back to the city centre.

By Bus and Soccerbus

BusFrom Liverpool City Centre, take the 26 or 27 from Liverpool ONE bus station, 17 from Queen Square Bus Station or the 917 from St Johns Lane, directly to the ground. The 68/168, which operates between Bootle and Aigburth, and the 14 and 19 (from Queen Square) stop a short walk away from the ground.

Once the match is finished the 917 bus picks up near the junction of Walton Breck Road and Sleepers Hill returning to the City Centre. 

The 501 football service is also available and operates direct to Lime Street Station (Skelhorne Street) from Walton Breck Road for up to two hours after the final whistle. On the second and subsequent trips, the bus picks up at the church opposite the Kop. Adult fares are £2, Children £1.

 

For more information on bus routes click here

Merseytravel Journey Planner

Anfield is easily accessible via public transport routes. Use the handy online Journey Planner to establish the best route. Useful map and timetable information is provided and journeys can be planned for now or future use. The Journey Planner is also available to download for free from App Store for iPhone users or Google Play for those with Android phones, so you can keep informed on the go. If you would prefer to talk to someone about your journey, please call Traveline on 0151 236 7676. Expert staff are available from 7am – 8pm Monday to Friday and 8am – 8pm on Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holidays.

Soccerbus

The Soccerbus runs from Sandhills Station, on the Merseyrail Northern Line, to Anfield for all Liverpool home Barclays Premier League and cup matches The Soccerbus runs two hours before each match (lastbus from Sandhills Station is approximately 15 minutes before kick-off) and for 50 minutes after the final whistle (subject to availability).

For information on the Soccerbus click here

By Bike

BikeIf you are cycling to the game, the LFC Cycle Hub is a FREE  and secure service to store your bike, brought to you by Liverpool Football Club and Cycling Projects. 

The LFC Cycle Hub is situated in Stanley Park Car Park, a few minutes’ walk from the Anfield Road end of the ground. Simply ride to the Cycle Hubwhere staff will register and secure your bike. You will be given a receipt which must be presented on collection. Cycle Hub can provide locks but you can use your own if you wish.

By Air

PlaneLiverpool John Lennon Airport is approximately 10 miles from the ground, and taxis should be easily obtainable, the average price of a taxi from Liverpool John Lennon Airport is £17.00. 

Alternatively, you can catch the 80A or 86A bus from the airport to Liverpool South Parkway bus/rail interchange and ask for a rail ticket to Sandhills Station to connect with the Soccerbus service or Route 500, which is a ‘Limited Stop’ service which runs through to Liverpool ONE bus station.

By Car

CarCAR PARKING

Matchday parking - There are a number of paying car parks near to Anfield stadium including.  

Please note: these car parks are only available on matchdays and can only be accessed three hours before each game.

There are a limited number of Anfield Road passes available for over 65s (this is due to a suggestion made at the first LFC Supporters Committee meeting with the club). In order to purchase a pass, supporters must be registered with the club as being over 65 and be attending the game they are purchasing for.

Please call 0843 170 5555 for more information.

Non Matchday Parking - If you are attending a tour on a non matchday, you can park in our manned car park in the Centenary Stand. Please be aware that spaces are limited and available on a first come first served basis. We advises all fans to park in official manned car parks only.

From the North - Exit the M6 at junction 28, follow signs for Liverpool A58 into Walton Hall Avenue, drive past Stanley Park and turn left into Anfield Road where you will see the ground.

From the South - Take the M62 to the end of the motorway, turn right into Queens Drive A5058, after 3 mile turn left into Utting Avenue, after 1 mile turn left into Anfield Road where you will see the ground.

From the West - Go via the Mersey Tunnel for which you will have to pay a toll, follow signs for Preston A580, you should come to Walton Hall Avenue, just before you get to Stanley Park turn left into Anfield Road where you will see the ground.

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