AnfieldImportant information for fans attending LFC Women v Everton
Here is the key information supporters need to know ahead of attending Liverpool FC Women against Everton Women on Sunday September 25 (6.45pm BST).
Please prepare for the match, plan your route to the stadium in advance and arrive early to make the most of the pre-match build-up.
We want your experience at Anfield to be as seamless and enjoyable as possible, so we’ve pulled together a handy hub of information to help prepare for matchday. Full details can be found here.
Plan your route in advance. Please use public transport when travelling to Anfield; for more information about the available transport options, including express matchday bus services and more information on road closures around the stadium, please go here.
Anfield 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. Any illegally parked cars will incur a fine.
Car parking is available at Stanley Car Park for £5 per vehicle and must be pre-booked in advance here.
Please note - the Anfield Superstore will close at kick-off and will not re-open after the final whistle
Fans are advised to arrive early at the stadium to allow enough time for necessary security checks.
We operate a no-bag policy at Anfield and there is no bag storage facility. Small A5, or smaller bags carrying hygiene products, and/or medicines, or club shop bags carrying purchases from the retail store are the only exception. Those bags permitted will be subjected to a bag search on entry point. For more information, including a list of prohibited items, go here.
Please report anything suspicious whilst in and around Anfield to your nearest steward or police officer.
ACCESSING AND ENTERING THE STADIUM
Anfield uses NFC (near field communication) technology for stadium entry and all tickets are digital on a smartphone, in the form of an NFC pass.
Season ticket and Membership NFC passes will not be activated for stadium entry for this game. All supporters attending the match will be required to download a one-off match NFC pass to their smartphone.
Please download your NFC pass as soon as you receive your ticket download email. This should be done at least 24 hours before travelling to Anfield. For a how-to guide on using the NFC pass, watch our video here.
Please be advised that anyone under the age of 16 years old attending Anfield must be accompanied by an adult over the age of 18.
Ticket Forwarding and the club’s Ticket Exchange are unavailable for this fixture. Ticket sales for this game close at 4pm BST on Friday September 23.
Please remain seated throughout the match - Anfield is an all-seater stadium, persistent standing is not allowed, this includes those areas which have railed seating. When celebrating or engaging in key moments of the match please act responsibly.
ACCESS TO ANFIELD ROAD STAND
Anfield Road is no longer a through road on matchday and access is only permitted for those fans with a ticket for the Anfield Road Stand.
For the WSL game against Everton on Sunday September 25:
- Supporters entering via turnstiles L, M and N will approach Anfield Road from the direction of Arkles Lane, as there is no access from the direction of 97 Avenue. At the end of the game, they will turn right when leaving the stadium.
- Supporters entering via turnstile Q will approach Anfield Road from the direction of 97 Avenue, as there is no access from the direction of Arkles Lane. At the end of the game, they will turn left when leaving the stadium.
We are a cashless stadium – contactless and/or chip and pin payments are required in all areas. For more information on stadium facilities, including food and drink, multi-faith prayer room, go here.
SeatServe will also be in operation throughout the stadium for you to buy food and drink and have it served directly to your seat – download the app here.
We have introduced new WASTE POINTS across the stadium, and we need your help to reduce, reuse and recycle waste at Anfield. The new bins are colour-coded and clearly labelled to help supporters dispose their waste. BLACK is for general waste from tea and coffee cups, food wrappers and food waste, RED is for reusable plastic cups used, and GREEN is for recycling plastic bottles only (Carlsberg and Water PET Plastic). Find out more about our sustainability initiatives here.
HEALTH, SAFETY & HYGIENE
We ask you to comply with current government guidance regarding respiratory infections including COVID-19, which can be found via this link.
TACKLING ANTISOCIAL AND CRIMINAL BEHAVIOUR
LFC is supporting strong measures across football to tackle antisocial and criminal behaviours within football grounds – including entering the pitch without permission and carrying or using smoke bombs or pyros. These are illegal, dangerous and have serious consequences. They have no place in our game. Anyone involved in these activities will be banned by the club and reported to the police. Love Football. Protect the Game.
Please remember that Anfield is home to our local community. We ask you respect our neighbours by leaving quietly and taking your litter home.
To stay up to date with all of the latest matchday information, follow @LFCHelp on Twitter.
We look forward to welcoming you to Anfield.