Meet legendary former Liverpool captain Phil Thompson for an entertaining and insightful Q&A at Anfield on Thursday February 27.

A Scouser who skippered his boyhood club to European Cup glory in 1981, Thompson made 477 appearances for the Reds in a glittering 11-and-a-half-year Anfield career.

As well as leading Liverpool to victory over Real Madrid in the 1981 European Cup final, Thompson also won European club football's biggest prize in 1978, as well as seven First Division titles, two UEFA Cups, one FA Cup and two League Cups.

The former centre-back then went on to coach the club's reserve team under Kenny Dalglish and was assistant manager during Gerard Houllier's reign.

Don’t miss your chance to sit back and relax in one of the Main Stand’s hospitality lounges and listen to Thompson's memories and dressing-room tales. You will have the opportunity to ask Phil any questions you may have, and meet him afterwards for photos and autographs. 

Your visit also includes the LFC Stadium Tour with highlights including epic city views from the highest level of the Main Stand, the press room, the This Is Anfield sign, the players’ tunnel, managers’ dugouts and the Kop, as well as the home or away dressing rooms.

You will also stop by The Liverpool FC Story museum to see all six European Cups and The Steven Gerrard Collection exhibition - the former captain’s personal collection of footballing memorabilia. 

The Legends Q&A with Phil Thompson is on Thursday February 27 at 10.30am or 12.30pm. 

Prices and how to book

Tickets are priced at £40 for adults, £30 for students or seniors, and £20 for children under 16 (must be accompanied by a paying adult). 

Your ticket includes entry to the Liverpool FC Story, the club’s interactive museum, and the Steven Gerrard Collection exhibition. The Q&A lasts approximately 60 minutes.

To book click here and select either 10.30am or 12.30pm from the drop down menu.

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