Liverpool take on Ajax in the NextGen series on Wednesday night as the young Reds look to book their place in the final against either Marseille or Inter Milan.

The clash will take place at Langtree Park, a venue many Liverpool fans may not be familiar with despite its close proximity to the city.

Your support on the evening would be greatly appreciated by Rodolfo Borrell and his young squad - so why not take a trip to St Helens to support the lads in the semi-final? 

Ahead of the game, here's an at-a-glance guide to Langtree Park.

1. St. Helens rugby club bid farewell to their home of 120 years Knowsley Road and moved to the new stadium in 2012

2. Planning for their brand new arena, Langtree Park, began over a decade ago and the completed version has a capacity of 18,000

3. It provides standing areas for 7,000 spectators, in addition to 11,000 seats.

4. Langtree Park is considered one of the finest arenas in rugby league

5. And has already been named as a venue for the 2013 Rugby World Cup

6. A special halo-shaped roof is used to collect rainfall and irrigate a 'thirsty' playing surface

7. The stadium took 12 months to build at a cost of £30 million and hosted its first rugby fixture in February this year

8. It has a state of the art footbridge linking the stadium to St Helens town centre.

9. Some of the best seats in the house are positioned at the top of the stands along either touchline and have been allocated to disabled spectators.

10. It is home to 'palatial' changing rooms, complete with ice baths and an indoor warming-up area with artificial grass.

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