Anfield Stadium checklist for fans

Anfield Stadium will open its doors for another season, starting with the Reds' taking on newly promoted Norwich City on Friday 9 August.

Supporters are encouraged to plan their route to the Stadium in advance and arrive early to enjoy the pre-match build-up. Public transport is the easiest and most efficient way to travel to and from the stadium.

Use our handy checklist which details all of the key information you’ll need to know before setting off for the game.

Before you travel

  • Please check that you have the right tickets or cards for 2019/20 season before setting off for the game. If you are an Official Member or Season Ticket Holder that has renewed from the 2018/19 season, please use last year’s card.
  • Fans should be aware that LFC Family Park and also street food vendors located outside of the Stadium on Skerries and Venmore Road will be cashless from the start of the season. However, should you wish to pay with cash, food can be purchased from outlets in Paisley Square, the LFC Family Park and inside the Stadium.
  • Beat the queues - LFC is continuing to invest in technology to improve the matchday experience and has introduced a click & collect facility on all concourses. If you want to avoid queues at half time you can pre-order your food & drink for collection. Download the App here to be able to pre-order and collect your refreshments at a time that suits you.
  • Your health and safety are paramount - for everyone’s safety there is a list of items which you can/cannot bring into the Stadium. Please check this list carefully before you travel. There is no left luggage facility at the stadium.

Getting To Anfield

  • Plan your route in advance. Liverpool FC, Merseytravel and transport operators have been working together to help make matchday travel more convenient for supporters heading to the Stadium - getting to the game via public transport will be easier.
  • To find out more about the available transport options, including express matchday services and more information on road closures around the Stadium please click here
  • Car parking - there is very limited parking available at the Stadium. We strongly advise the use of public transport to travel to Anfield Stadium. A limited number of official LFC car parking spaces are available within walking distance of the Stadium however, all spaces must be pre-booked in advance – there will be no spaces available purchase on the day.
  • If you are unable to pre-book a space in one of the official car parks, there are a number of City Centre pay and display car parks that operate 24/7. Express shuttle bus services are available from Lime Street Station/St Georges Plateau to the Stadium. You can find a link to car parks here. For a list of Park and Ride options within the Liverpool area please click here.
  • Road closure times will be in operation - Anfield Road will close four hours prior to kick-off, when automatic bollards will be in operation. Walton Breck Road will close 90 minutes prior to kick-off and will then re-open 15 minutes after kick-off. The road will then remain open until 15 minutes before the end of the game, finally re-opening approximately 45 minutes after the game ends. This year we will also trial the closure of Arkles Lane (Southbound from its junction with Priory Road to Anfield Road) for a short period following each match (around 20 minutes or so). 

Security

  • Make sure you allow enough time for any necessary security checks which may include random searches. Small personal bags are permitted - please ensure your bags are no larger than A5 and only one bag per person is allowed. It is advised you only bring a bag if it is absolutely essential, please see our checklist of what can/cannot be brought in to the stadium here.
  • Please do not bring large bags or luggage (such as rucksacks/briefcases/suitcases/suit bags etc.) to Anfield as they cannot be brought into the Stadium. Please be advised there is no left luggage facility at the stadium.

Upon arrival at Anfield

  • Only vehicles with a valid smartcard or permit for LFC operated car parks will be allowed to park in the Anfield area on a matchday.
  • Please be aware that Anfield Stadium is located in a residential area with a residents parking scheme in operation. Please do not park on residential streets as parking enforcement will be in operation during matchdays. Any illegally parked cars will incur a fine.
  • The Ticket Office will be busy prior to games and we strongly recommend that you collect any tickets at least 90 minutes before kick-off.
  • If you are collecting tickets from the Ticket Office at Anfield including Hospitality tickets, we advise supporters to bring photo ID in the form of passport, driving license or ID card or a household bill showing name & address.  If you are collecting tickets bought in the local general sale, supporters must provide photo ID & proof of address.
  • Our pre-match build-up will begin four hours before kick-off when Anfield’s Fan Zone located in Paisley Square and Family Park on Anfield Road will be open. Here you can try Anfield’s take on street food, entertainment and meet with fellow Reds to enjoy the special atmosphere before the game.
  • You can enjoy pre-match entertainment right up until kick-off in the Family Park on Anfield Road. Open to all fans with a ticket to the game, this area is ideal for fans looking for live music, food and drinks. To see a map of the Fan Zones, please click here.
  • Please respect the neighbourhood and its residents around the Stadium. The Anfield area is home to many residents and businesses and the Club, Liverpool City Council and its partners are committed to improving street cleanliness and reducing anti-social behaviour. Please keep the area clean and tidy and dispose of your rubbish in the bins that are located around the stadium.

Getting to your seat

If you have a general admission ticket or season ticket for The Kop, Anfield Road or Sir Kenny Dalglish Stand, please click here

If you have a general admission ticket or season ticket for the Main Stand, please click here

If you have a ticket for a wheelchair user position or ambulant disabled seat, please click here

If you have a hospitality ticket for the Sir Kenny Dalglish Stand, please click here

If you have a hospitality ticket for the Main Stand, please click here

General Admission & Season Ticket Holders Kop/Anfield Road/Sir Kenny Dalglish stands - Getting to your seat

  • Please check that you have the right tickets or cards for 2019-20 before setting off for the game. If you’re unsure which card to bring please contact click here to contact us.
  • Arrive at the Stadium in plenty of time. The Club advises at least 45mins before kick-off to ensure there’s enough time for you to get to your seat and enjoy the pre match build up.
  • Make sure you allow enough time for any necessary security checks which may include random searches. Small personal bags are permitted - please ensure your bags are no larger than A5 and only one bag per person is allowed. It is advised you only bring a bag if it is absolutely essential, please see our checklist of what can/cannot be brought in to the stadium here.
  • Please do not bring large bags or luggage (such as rucksacks/briefcases/suitcases/suit bags etc.) to Anfield as they cannot be brought into the Stadium. Please be advised there is no left luggage facility at the stadium.
  • We expect the Ticket Office to be busy for the first three games and strongly recommend that  you collect any tickets at least 90 minutes before kick-off
  • Our pre-match build up will begin four hours before kick-off when Anfield’s Fan Zones located in Paisley Square and Anfield Road will be open. Here you can try Anfield’s take on street food, entertainment and meet with fellow Reds to enjoy the special atmosphere before the game.
  • You can also enjoy pre-match entertainment right up until kick-off in the new look Family Park on Anfield Road. Open to all fans with a ticket to the game this area is ideal for fans looking for live music, food and drinks. To find out mor about our Fan Zones, please click here

If you have any queries about your ticket or Season Ticket/Membership Card please contact our Fan Services team here. . Alternatively please visit the Ticket Office at Anfield Stadium, open Monday-Friday: 8.15am to 5.45pm* (*windows will be open until 6.45pm on Thursdays with effect from Thursday 2nd August) and Saturday: 9.15am to 3pm.

Main Stand – Getting to your seat

  • Please check that you have the right tickets or cards for 2019-20 before setting off for the game. If you’re unsure which card to bring please click here to contact us.
  • Arrive at the Stadium in plenty of time. The Club advises at least 45mins before kick-off to ensure there’s enough time for you to get to your seat and enjoy the pre match build up.
  • Make sure you allow enough time for any necessary security checks which may include random searches. Small personal bags are permitted - please ensure your bags are no larger than A5 and only one bag per person is allowed. It is advised you only bring a bag if it is absolutely essential, please see our checklist of what can/cannot be brought in to the stadium here.
  • Please do not bring large bags or luggage (such as rucksacks/briefcases/suitcases/suit bags etc.) to Anfield as they cannot be brought into the Stadium. Please be advised there is no left luggage facility at the stadium.
  • Fans with seats in the Main Stand Upper level should make their way to the ground level Turnstiles S or W located at both the Kop and Anfield Road ends of the stand. We’ll have Fan Support teams at each turnstile to help you find the correct entrance. To enter the turnstile, hold your card above the reader and wait for the green light. Once inside escalators will be in operation to help you get to your seat quickly. To see all entrances for seats in the Upper level please click here. You’ll also find useful maps helping you make your way around the Stadium.
  • Fans with seats in the Main Stand Lower level should make their way to Turnstile T or V on the Podium level. You can reach these turnstiles by three different stairs located at the centre of and either end of the Podium. We’ll have Fan Support teams on the Podium to help you find the correct entrance. To enter the turnstile, hold your card above the reader and wait for the green light. To see all entrances for seats in the Lower level and Podium access information please click here
  • Arrive early to experience the premium facilities inside the Main Stand Upper and Lower concourses. The concourses have been specially designed to enable you to enjoy state-of-the-art facilities and entertainment before the game. Here you’ll have access to large social areas, with fantastic views of the city. Fans can also look forward to TV screens featuring matchday content and a bespoke pre-match food offer. Concourses will open 2 hours prior to kick-off for this game. Concourses will also remain open for 1 hour after the final whistle.
  • Our pre-match build up will begin four hours before kick-off when Anfield’s Fan Zones, located in Paisley Square and Anfield Road will be open. Here you can try Anfield’s take on street food, entertainment and meet with fellow Reds to enjoy the special atmosphere before the game.
  • You can also enjoy pre-match entertainment right up until kick-off in the new look Family Park on Anfield Road. Open to all fans with a ticket to the game this area is ideal for fans looking for live music, food and drinks. To find out more about Fan Zones, please click here

If you have any queries about your ticket or Season Ticket/Membership Card please contact our Fan Services team here.  Alternatively please visit the Ticket Office at Anfield Stadium, open Monday-Friday: 8.15am to 5.45pm* (*windows will be open until 6.45pm on Thursdays with effect from Thursday 2nd August) and Saturday: 9.15am to 3pm.

 

 

All stands–Wheelchair Users/Ambulant Disabled - Getting to your seat

  • Please check that you have the tickets/right cards for 2019-20 before setting off for the game.
  • Accessible drop-off points will be in operation close to the Stadium to enable you to plan a safe and convenient journey.
  • Fans in the Kop who require an accessible drop-off point may wish to use the dedicated area on Gilman Street
  • Fans in the Anfield Road stand may use dedicated points on Arkles Lane.
  • Fans in the Centenary Stand may use dedicated points on Oakfield Road.
  • Please arrive early, vehicle access will be available until two hours before kick-off, when routine road closures will apply. To see accessible drop-off points and road closure information please click here.
  • Accessible car parking spaces are available for fans with a pre-booked pass and are located in Anfield Road and Stanley Park Car Park. For more information please contact 0151 264 2500 (option 2)
  • On arrival a member of our Fan Support or Disability Access Steward teams will be able to direct you to the correct entrance.

Accessible entrance points for all stands remain unchanged for the 2019/20 season.

  • Fans in the Main Stand Upper and Lower Level should make their way to the ground level accessible entrances 4 or 5 (located at both the Kop and Anfield Road ends of the stand). From here you’ll have the option of using a dedicated lift that will take you close to your seating position. Lift access will be managed by our matchday team who will also be able to direct you to your seat. To see accessible lift locations for seats in the Upper Level please click here. If you think you’ll need assistance, let us know before you arrive by calling our Fan Experience team on 0151 264 2500
  • Fans in the Main Stand Lower Level with pitchside seats can access the ground through accessible entrance 1. You will have access to a waited service during half time, which ensures you won’t miss any of the game. If you would prefer to visit a concourse during half-time, the Kop is in close proximity to your seating position and has a range of matchday food and drink items. Fans in hospitality should make their way to the accessible lift located on the ground floor underneath the Podium. Lift access will be managed by our dedicated matchday team who will also be able to direct you to your seat or lounge. To see accessible lift locations for seats in the Lower Level please click here.
  • Ambulant Disabled Fans in the Main Stand Lower, can access their turnstile using the accessible lift located on the ground floor underneath the Podium. Lift access will be managed by our dedicated matchday team who will also be able to direct you to assist you in reaching your seat. To see accessible lift locations for seats in the Lower level please click here.
  • Fans in the Kop can enter the Stadium through accessible entrance 2-access to the positions are level and smooth.
  • Fans with tickets for the wheelchair tribunes in the Sir  Kenny Dalglish Stand should enter the stand via accessible entrance 2a (next to the Sir Kenny Dalglish Stand main reception) where a lift will take you to the correct floor to access your positions. These positions are accessed along a box corridor and access lifts will take you down to your viewing area. Fans in these positions will have access to a waited service during half time, which ensures that you won’t miss any of the game.
  • Away fans with tickets for the Anfield Road stand should enter via accessible entrance 3a where a ramp will take you to your positions. Fans in these positions will have access to a waited service during half time, which ensures that you won’t miss any of the game. Ambulant Disabled Fans in other areas of the ground should consult their match tickets for the most suitable entrance. Should you require any additional assistance please let a member of our matchday staff know who will be happy to help.
  • Fans in hospitality situated in the Sir Kenny Dalglish Stand should enter via the main reception where lifts are available to access the hospitality areas on the upper levels of the stand.
  • The below table shows the entrance point, block, concourse and lift access requirements for wheelchair bays at Anfield.

 

Stand/Tier

Accessible Entrance

Blocks

Concourse level

Lift or ground level access

Main Stand Lower

Accessible Entrance 1

L7, L8, L9

Level 0

Ground level (ramp)

Main Stand Lower

Accessible Entrance 4

L1, L2

Level 3

Lift access

Main Stand Lower

Accessible Entrance 5

L9, L10

Level 3

Lift access

Main Stand Middle

Accessible Entrance 4

M1, M2, M4

Level 5

Lift access

Main Stand Middle

Accessible Entrance 5

M6, M8, M9

Level 5

Lift access

Main Stand Upper

Accessible Entrance 4/5

U5

Level 6

Lift access

The Kop

Accessible Entrance 2

All

Level 0

Ground level

Kenny Dalglish

Accessible Entrance 2a

All

Level 3

Lift access

Anfield Road Stand

Accessible Entrance 3

122-123

Level 0

Ground level

Anfield Road Stand (away)

Accessible Entrance 3a

125-127

Level 0

Ground level (ramp)

 

  • Make sure you allow enough time for any necessary security checks which may include random searches. Small personal bags are permitted - please ensure your bags are no larger than A5 and only one bag per person is allowed. It is advised you only bring a bag if it is absolutely essential, please see our checklist of what can/cannot be brought in to the stadium here.
  • Please do not bring large bags or luggage (such as rucksacks/briefcases/suitcases/suit bags etc.) to Anfield as they cannot be brought into the Stadium. Please be advised there is no left luggage facility at the stadium.

If you have any queries about your ticket or Season Ticket/Membership Card please contact our Fan Services team here. Alternatively please visit the ticket office at Anfield Stadium, open Monday-Friday: 8.15am to 5.45pm* (*windows will be open until 6.45pm on Thursdays with effect from Thursday 2nd August) and Saturday: 9.15am to 3pm.

Main Stand Hospitality - Getting to your seat

  • Please check that you have the right tickets or cards for 2019-20 season before setting off for the game.
  • Arrive at the Stadium in plenty of time. The Club advises at least 45mins before kick-off to ensure there’s enough time for you to get to your seat and enjoy the pre match build up.
  • Make sure you allow enough time for any necessary security checks which may include random searches. Small personal bags are permitted - please ensure your bags are no larger than A5 and only one bag per person is allowed. It is advised you only bring a bag if it is absolutely essential, please see our checklist of what can/cannot be brought in to the stadium here.
  • Please do not bring large bags or luggage (such as rucksacks/briefcases/suitcases/suit bags etc.) to Anfield as they cannot be brought into the Stadium. Please be advised there is no left luggage facility at the stadium.
  • On arrival at the Stadium please visit the Hospitality Reception located at the main entrance on the Main Stand Podium level. Access is via 3 different stairs located at the centre of and either end of the Podium. From here our dedicated team of hosts will be on hand to direct you to your lounge and seat in the stand. To see a map of the Stadium and Main Stand hospitality reception please click here
  • Guests collecting Hospitality tickets for the Main Stand should do so from the Hospitality Ticket Collection point underneath the Main Stand’s Podium located on 96 Avenue. The ticket collection point will be open from 4 hours before kick off. Should you have any questions regarding your collection point, please contact your Matchday Hospitality representative by email at hospitality@liverpoolfc.com or by phone on 0151 264 2222 (option 3). To see a map of the Stadium and hospitality collection points please click here
  • Our pre-match build up will begin four hours before kick-off when Anfield’s Fan Zones, located in Paisley Square and Anfield Road will be open. Here you can try Anfield’s take on street food, entertainment and meet with fellow Reds to enjoy the special atmosphere before the game.
  • Arrive early to experience the premium facilities inside the Main Stand. Doors open three hours before kick-off.

Sir Kenny Dalglish Stand Hospitality - Getting to your seat

  • Please check that you have the right tickets or cards for 2019-20 season before setting off for the game.
  • Guests collecting Hospitality tickets for the Sir Kenny Dalglish Stand should do so from the Hospitality Ticket Collection pod located outside the main reception. Our dedicated team of hosts will be on hand to direct you to your lounge and seat in the stand. To see a map of the Stadium and Sir Kenny Dalglish Stand hospitality reception please click here 
  • Should you have any questions regarding your collection point, please contact your Matchday Hospitality representative by email at hospitality@liverpoolfc.com or by phone on 0151 264 2222 (option 3). To see a map of the Stadium and hospitality collection points please click here
  • Arrive at the Stadium in plenty of time. The Club advises at least 45mins before kick-off to ensure there’s enough time for you to get to your seat and enjoy the pre match build up.
  • Make sure you allow enough time for any necessary security checks which may include random searches. Small personal bags are permitted - please ensure your bags are no larger than A5 and only one bag per person is allowed. It is advised you only bring a bag if it is absolutely essential, please see our checklist of what can/cannot be brought in to the stadium here.
  • Please do not bring large bags or luggage (such as rucksacks/briefcases/suitcases/suit bags etc.) to Anfield as they cannot be brought into the Stadium. Please be advised there is no left luggage facility at the stadium.
  • Our pre-match build up will begin four hours before kick-off when Anfield’s Fan Zone located in Paisley Square and Family Park on Anfield Road will be open. Here you can try Anfield’s take on street food, entertainment and meet with fellow Reds to enjoy the special atmosphere before the game.
  • You can also enjoy pre-match entertainment right up until kick-off in the new look Family Park on Anfield Road. Open to all fans with a ticket to the game this area is ideal for fans looking for live music, food and drinks. To find out mor about our Fan Zones, please click here

If you have any queries about your ticket or Season Ticket/Membership Card please contact our Fan Services team here . Alternatively please visit the Ticket Office at Anfield Stadium, open Monday-Friday: 8.15am to 5.45pm* (*windows will be open until 6.45pm on Thursdays with effect from Thursday 2nd August) and Saturday: 9.15am to 3pm.

Getting home

To plan your journey home please click here

Please respect the neighbourhood and its residents around the Stadium. The Anfield area is home to many residents and businesses and the Club, Liverpool City Council and its partners are committed to improving street cleanliness and reducing anti-social behaviour. Please keep the area clean and tidy and dispose of your rubbish in the bins that are located around the stadium.