There are 7 accessible entrances into Anfield Stadium, these are shown below.
The location of wheelchair spaces are:
|Stand||Maximum number of wheelchair spaces*||Pitch side or elevated viewing|
|Main Stand||111||Mixture of pitch side and elevated viewing positions|
|Sir Kenny Dalglish Stand||40||Elevated|
|The Kop||52||Pitch side|
|Anfield Road||36||Pitch side|
|Away Supporters||Up to 24||Pitch side|
* The number of wheelchair spaces can vary based on a number of factors including stadium requirements, governing bodies and visitors allocations.
Hospitality wheelchair spaces are located in the Main Stand and Sir Kenny Dalglish Stand.
Ambulant and easy access seating is available in several areas at ground level; however ambulant disabled supporters can also request to sit within other areas of the Stadium subject to availability. We ask that supporters consider their needs when purchasing tickets and discourage ambulant disabled supporters with limited mobility from purchasing tickets within the upper tiers at Anfield.
All fans must be able to exit the Stadium quickly in the event of an evacuation.
Museum and Tours
Our Accessibility Guide has been designed to ensure that you have all of the information you need to plan your visit Anfield.
Click here to view our Accessibility Guide.
We have low counter facilities in Anfield Road, The Kop, Main Stand Lower (Level 2) and Main Stand Upper (Level 6).
Seat Serve or waiter service is available for wheelchair users who have tickets for Main Stand Middle or the Sir Kenny Dalglish Stand.
Please note, no alcohol sales are available for wheelchair users in the Sir Kenny Dalglish Stand.
Large print menus are available at catering kiosks and within the hospitality lounges at Anfield. These menus are printed in black size 16 font and are presented on a yellow background. Just ask a member of the catering team at the kiosk or in the hospitality lounge for a copy on the day of the game.
Toilets and Changing Places
All accessible toilets within the stadium are clearly signposted. A radar key is required to access the toilets and they are available from stewards close to each facility.
There are two Changing Places facilities installed in Anfield. These are located in the Kop and Main Stand Lower. If you require use of this facility please mention this at the time of booking any match tickets and, subject to availability, we will locate you as close to the Changing Places facility as possible.
Once you have purchased your ticket you can request a complimentary headset. Please contact the disability team here with your name and Supporter ID Number.
A headset will be brought to your seat by a steward prior to kick off, and should be returned to your nearest steward at the end of the match.
Please note, our home match commentary feed is provided directly by Liverpool Football Club.
Induction loops are fitted at the Ticket Office, Retail Stores and at selected low counter catering kiosks in the stadium.
Our sensory room is located in the Sir Kenny Dalglish Stand and has a range of specialist equipment. It has been created to enable people with sensory needs to experience football matches in a comfortable and controlled environment with unrestricted views of the pitch behind soundproof glass.
Our sensory room is available most matchdays throughout the season. The Sensory Room opens two hours before kick-off and a parking space will be provided with bookings.
To enquire about booking tickets for the sensory room please contact us.
Please note, all tickets for the Sensory Room must be booked in advance of attending a match, and we cannot guarantee that all applications will be successful.
Matchday programmes are avabilable in an alternative format, however they must be pre-purchased ahead of the matchday.
Click here to contact us if you would like to purchase a matchday programme in an alternative format.