There are many ways to travel to and from Anfield this season, and bus travel is one of the quickest and most convenient options, with a number of services operating across the city direct to the stadium.
LFC is encouraging fans to use public transport to travel on a matchday as it is the easiest and most efficient way to reach the game. There will be no additional parking available in the local area.
Fans can take advantage of the following bus services on a matchday:
- Fans can catch the 917 express bus service which will run direct from Liverpool city centre (St John’s Lane) to Anfield every 10 minutes. The LFC fan support team will also be on hand to assist supporters using buses departing straight after the game. There is a discounted ticket price of £4 return on the 917 express bus service, with fans receiving a discount on soft drinks at LFC kiosks within the stadium on presentation of their return ticket.
- From Liverpool city centre, fans can also take the 26 or 27 from Liverpool ONE bus station, or the 17 from Queen Square bus station directly to the ground. The stops for 68/168, which operates between Bootle and Aigburth, and the 14 and 19 (from Queen Square) are also a short walk away from the ground.
- The 501 football service is also available post-match and operates direct to Lime Street Station (Skelhorne Street) from Walton Lane for up to two hours after the final whistle. Adult fares are £2, children £1. Please note this service only operates post-match.
Our LFC fan support teams will be based at Lime Street Station and Liverpool ONE and Queen Square bus stations to assist fans with their journey.
For more advice on travelling to Anfield please visit liverpoolfc.com/gettingtoanfield.