Liverpool fans are being encouraged to plan how they will travel to and from Anfield as the Reds get ready to welcome back supporters ahead of the Wolverhampton Wanderers game on Sunday December 6. Fans are advised to set off in good time due to roadworks in the local area.
- Plan journey in advance to and from Anfield
- Observe government social distancing guidelines
- Fans encouraged to travel to the stadium by car, public transport, bike or on foot
- Public transport will be available with limited matchday services in operation
Unlike previous games at Anfield, LFC is encouraging fans who have a ticket for the game to travel to and from the stadium by car, public transport, bike or on foot. Car parking will be free of charge and entrance will be on the production of a digital match ticket.
Public transport will be available, with limited matchday services in operation. Fans are advised to ensure they follow social distancing and the mandatory wearing of face coverings when using these services.
LFC is also encouraging supporters who are attending the game to take a COVID-19 test either the day before or day of the game. Anfield's Kop Bar will continue to be one of the city's mass testing centres and will be open on Sunday – the centre will close four hours prior to kick-off.
Here are the safest and most convenient ways to travel to Anfield:
Official matchday car parking spaces are available in Stanley Car Park and Utting Avenue Car Park – both are within minutes walking distance of the stadium. Car parking will be free of charge and allocated as follows:
- Utting Avenue – the Kop stand
- Stanley Car Park – Hospitality (parking is limited at this location due to the COVID-19 testing station)
Please be aware that Anfield Stadium is in a residential area with a residents parking scheme in operation. We strongly advise you DO NOT park on residential streets as parking enforcement will be in operation on matchdays. Any illegally-parked cars will incur a fine.
If you are dropping off and picking up supporters at the game, please use the designated set down and pick-up point for cars located on Arkles Lane at the Dahlia Walk entrance to Stanley Park.
Please be advised that the following road closures will be in place on a matchday:
Anfield Road will be closed four hours prior to kick off between Alroy Road and Sleepers Hill with only residents vehicle access. There will be no pedestrian access between Skerries Road and Alroy Road
Walton Breck Road will remain open. However, we may be required to close the road for health and safety reasons before and after the game – we will only do this if necessary.
A reduced 917 express bus service from St Georges Plateau/Liverpool Lime Street will be running from three-and-a-half hours before kick-off, ensuring plenty of time to access the stadium before the first whistle. After the game, buses will be departing from Walton Breck Road after the final game.
There will also be one Soccerbus every 30 minutes from Sandhills station from three-and-a-half hours before kick-off. Supporters are advised that the 501 and 502 services will not be in operation.
LFC advises fans to stick to the recommended walking routes – these are clearly signposted from the city centre and are popular ways to reach the stadium. Once at the stadium, our friendly Fan Support stewards are available to guide fans to their relevant entry point.
The Cycle Hub is a FREE service that allows fans who cycle to the game to drop off and park their bike safely and securely with an attendant. The Cycle Hub is situated in Stanley Park Car Park, a few minutes’ walk from the Anfield Road end of the stadium. Simply ride to the Cycle Hub, where staff will register and secure your bike. You will be given a receipt, which must be presented on collection. Cycle Hub can provide locks, but you can use your own if you wish.
For more information on traveling to Anfield, please click here.