Liverpool Football Club has announced today that it will subsidise tickets for its final two away games of the season by £10.
The reduction will be applicable on away tickets for the two remaining away fixtures against Norwich City on Sunday, April 20 and Crystal Palace on Monday, May 5, 2014.
Tickets for the Norwich fixture will be priced at £40 (£50 full price) for adults (including disabled tickets), £30 (£40) for over 65s, £20 (£30) for juniors (under 17) and £10 (£20) for under 12s.
For the Crystal Palace fixture, tickets will be priced at £30 (£40) for adults. Tickets for disabled, over 65s, and full-time students are priced at £16 (£26). Junior (under 18) tickets cost £10 (£20).
The subsidy is part of a Premier League initiative, which sees each club allocate £200,000 to be used specifically to improve the away supporters' experience and maintain away attendances.
Last year, following consultation with its official Supporters' Committee, the club made a commitment to reduce all away tickets by £2 to £4, depending on the opposition, throughout the 2013-14 season.
Liverpool's managing director, Ian Ayre, said: "Liverpool Football Club has the highest away support following in the Premier League and we want to maintain and reward that.
"We consulted with our official Supporters' Committee and agreed that a reduction in away ticket prices was the best way to achieve this.
"Visiting supporters really do create that unique matchday atmosphere and form part of what makes the Premier League great. It's important for the club to continue to support the travelling fans who play a massive role in backing the team, which will be really important as the season draws to a close."
A Liverpool FC Supporters' Committee spokesperson added: "We have had several discussions with the club regarding the cost of tickets for the remaining away games and welcome this level of reduction for supporters, especially as the Norwich fixture has been subject to changes in time and date, making it difficult for travelling fans to reach."