Liverpool FC has received further guidance for supporters who are attending Tuesday's FA Cup tie with Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.

The recommended entrances to the stadium are via Stamford Gate and Bovril Gate, which are nearest to the away supporters’ turnstiles. Please check your match ticket for the most convenient entrance to enter.

Supporters are advised that turnstiles will be open from 6.15pm and are encouraged to arrive at the stadium early and be in their seats no later than 30 minutes before kick-off. Please be aware that any supporters arriving late may risk missing kick-off.

On arrival at the stadium, pre-entry ticket checks will take place as well as body and bag searches and an electronic ticket scan. During these procedures it may be necessary to temporarily hold supporters at cordon points in order to achieve a safe and steady flow through to the turnstiles.

For more information on visiting Stamford Bridge, please click here. Chelsea’s access guide is also available here.

Fans should also be aware that rail services between Liverpool and London Euston are expected to be disrupted tomorrow due to a landslip on the line just north of Crewe. Fans are encouraged to check online and should expect some delays.

Please be reminded that there are no scheduled services back from London to Liverpool after the game. The last train departs London Euston at 9.07pm. Click here for more information.

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