LFC warns fans following recent rise in ticket scamming

TicketsLFC warns fans following recent rise in ticket scamming

By Liverpool FC


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Liverpool FC has seen a worrying increase in the number of innocent supporters scammed into buying fake or non-existent tickets for home games in recent weeks.

As a result, the club would like to reiterate the places where fans should purchase Anfield tickets from in order to guarantee they are genuine.

All general admission tickets should be purchased from Liverpool FC only. For more details, go here. LFC also sells official hospitality direct to supporters here.

The club’s official match break partners – and their sub-agents, which are listed on their websites where applicable – are the only other places to guarantee the purchase of official LFC hospitality tickets.

Below is a list of LFC’s official match break partners and the hospitality area they provide official tickets for. More details can be found here.

Brodies Sports Bar

Champions Travel, Clubssportsandevents.com, Seat Loader, and Travel Connection

The Anfield Beat Lounge


The Code Lounge

Nordic Leisure Travel Group and Sportsbreaks.com

The Reds Bar

Sporting Affair Ltd and Footballtravel.com

The Village

TravelOptions and Clubssportsandevents.com

LFC supplies these agents with genuine hospitality tickets, and these packages are sold as match breaks with travel and/or at least one night’s hotel accommodation.

The club’s investigations and sanctions team has also seen increased issues with a number of closed ticketing groups on various social media platforms, including Facebook and Snapchat, even where the title of the group claims ‘No Scammers’.

If you have been the victim of ticket scamming or know of someone who has been, please report at www.actionfraud.police.uk/reportscam.



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