Getting to Anfield
Liverpool Football Club, Anfield Road, Liverpool, L4 0TH
Should you wish to cycle to the ground, we have racks for you to store your bicycle. Please note that the safety and security of bicycles is the responsibility of the owner. There are two locations for the bicycle racks in the ground. On matchdays the designated area is in the Food Village on Anfield Road. On non-match days the location will be in the Centenary Stand car park.
Anfield is easily accessible from all major routes into Liverpool. There are plenty of ways to get to Anfield, the easiest and most convenient is by public transport.
For up-to-date local train and bus times and information on travel tickets and passes visit Mersey Travel, or call the Traveline Merseyside on 0871 200 22 33 (8am-8pm, seven days a week - Minicom systems available).
Based in Liverpool City Centre, take the 26 or 27 from Paradise St Interchange, a 17 from Queen Square Bus Station or a 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.
For more information on bus routes click here.
Lime Street Railway Station is two miles from Anfield. You can take a taxi (fares usually cost between £7-9) from Lime Street or buses go from nearby Queen Square Bus Station. On match days you can use the Merseyrail network to link with the Soccerbus service from Sandhills Station.
Travel from your local Merseyrail station to the ground is easy.
- With free parking at Merseyrail stations where available.
-For just £1.30 extra you'll get a return ticket for the Soccerbus at Sandhills Station. Just ask for Anfield, when you buy your train ticket. Or if you already have a valid Trioplus, Trio, or Saveaway it's free.
For more information on facilities available at your local Merseyrail station including train times click here>>
Have all your home travel costs for the whole season sorted up front. LFC Season tickets holders can purchase a Soccer Season Travel Ticket from any staffed station on the Northern or Wirral lines of the Merseyrail network and save up to £42.50 a season getting to home games.
To buy just call into any staffed Merseyrail station on the Northern or Wirral lines with your LFC Season ticket and enjoy:
- Free parking at Merseyrail stations where available.
- Unlimited rail journeys within the area (or areas) purchased on all match days that the Soccerbus is in operation.at's at least 19 home games
- Plus the Soccerbus from Sandhills to the ground for every home game.
For more information on a Soccer Season Ticket click here>> Insert PDF)
By Soccer Bus
Frequent shuttle buses run from Sandhills Station, on the Merseyrail Northern Line, to Anfield for all Liverpool home Premier League and cup matches.
The Soccerbus runs two hours before each match (last bus from Sandhills Station is approximately 15 minutes before kick-off) and for 50 minutes after the final whistle (subject to availability).
Please note that the Soccerbus only runs on match days.
If you're travelling by train, ask for a ticket to Anfield, and for an add-on of just £1 you'll get a return ticket for the Soccerbus.
You can pay as you board the bus - each single journey will cost just £1.50 and Soccerbus is FREE for those with valid Trio, Solo or Saveaway tickets or a Merseytravel Free Travel Pass.
For information on the Soccer bus click here.
There are numerous car parks near to the Anfield stadium, the following are available on a match by match basis costing £10 per game (St Domingo Car Park is only £5) - subject to change:
- St Domingo Car Park - for its location click here
- Gwladys Street School Car Park - for its location click here
- Bullens Road Car Park - for its location click here
- Abbey Lawns Car Park - for its location click here
- There are a limited number of Anfield Road passes available for over 65s - for details click here.
Please note: these car parks are only available on match days and can only be accessed three hours before each game and not before.
Non matchday parking
If you are visiting Anfield on a non matchday there are limited parking spaces at the stadium.
If you do travel by car cut your costs on the way to the match, find your car share companion FREE on the Merseyside Car Share Network.
From the North
Leave the M6 at Junction 23 and take the A580 (East Lancashire Rd) signposted to Liverpool. Follow the A580, passing under the M57 (11 miles) then under a railway bridge (2.75 miles) finally (0.75 mile later) turn left onto the A5058 (Queens Drive) towards Widnes. Proceed for 0.5 mile turning right at the lights into Utting Avenue. Pass under the railway bridge which continues into Arkles Lane. Please note that this area is a residents parking zone and a valid permit is required to park your car in any street within this vicinity. The ground is just to the right at the far end of Arkles Lane.
From the South and East
At end of the M62 Liverpool, keep in the right hand lane and take the signs for A5058 (Queens Drive). Stay on the A5058 passing St. Matthews Church (2.5 miles) finally turning left (in 0.5 mile) at the lights into Utting Avenue (Asda should be just visible on the right as you approach the lights). Pass under the railway bridge which continues into Arkles Lane. Please note that this area is a residents parking zone and a valid permit is required to park your car in any street within this vicinity. The ground is just to the right at the far end of Arkles Lane.
From the Wirral and North Wales
From the end of the M53 or A41, pass through one of the Mersey Tunnels (Toll Fare). Whichever tunnel you use you should take the A59 (North/Preston) as you leave the tunnel. Follow this road until you see signs for the A580 (St. Helens and Manchester). As you reach the junction where the A59 meets the A580, keep in the right hand lane (A580), which turns right after the lights onto a hill (Everton Valley). Please note that this area is a residents parking zone and a valid permit is required to park your car in any street within this vicinity. As the road climbs up the hill at the start of the A580 (Everton Valley) keep in the right hand lane. After the first set of traffic lights, use the right hand filter lane to turn onto the A5089, signposted Anfield. Anfield is down this road (Walton Breck Road) on the left hand side.
Liverpool John Lennon Airport is approximately 10 miles from the ground, and taxis should be easily obtainable.
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 Anfield. For just £1 extra on the normal rail fare, you'll get a return journey on the Soccerbus service, which links with Northern line trains at Sandhills station.