Rodolfo Borrell's U19s are in action on Tuesday night when they take on Rosenborg at St Helens Langtree Park. It's just £5 for adults so get along to Saints to cheer on the youngsters.
Admission is just £5 for adults and £2 for children and concessions and kick-off will be at 7pm GMT.
Liverpool will play all of their home games in the NextGen Series at Langtree Park and winger Jordon Ibe is hoping the supporters can help their team in their quest to qualify for the next phase of the competition.
Last season, Borrell's charges finished third in the inaugural campaign of the NextGen Series - and Ibe is optimistic the crop of 2012-13 can do just as well.
"This is a great stadium and we are looking forward to playing our NextGen Series home games at Langtree Park," said Ibe.
"I was on the bench for the Ajax game last season and I remember there being a great atmosphere at Langtree Park.
"Hopefully they can come and support us again this season as we want to do well in the NextGen Series.
"I'm really excited as this is my first season playing in the NextGen Series and I'm looking forward to it.
"I played in the play-off game last season when we beat Marseille and that was a good experience playing against a European team.
"It is different playing against teams like that as they play a different style of football and it's great to test yourself."
"Playing in the NextGen Series can only help our development. When you play against the likes of Inter Milan, Borussia Dortmund and Rosenborg it can only help you, and we are looking forward to playing against teams of this calibre at St Helens."
Primarily a Rugby League ground, Langtree Park is the home of St Helens and has a capacity of 18,000.
Opened in 2011, the stadium has two terraced stands and two seated and played host to its first rugby match as recently as January this year.
The Reds starlets will travel there to face Rosenborg on Tuesday (November 13) at 7pm and then Borussia Dortmund on November 28 at 6pm.
The date for their clash against Inter Milan is yet to be confirmed; however, the tie will also take place at Langtree at 7pm.
The U21s league clash against Chelsea on Sunday, November 18 will also be staged at Langtree Park, with a 2pm kick-off. Admission for the Chelsea game is £6 for adults and £3 for children and concessions.