TicketsLFC Women v Everton at Anfield: Ticket details
Ticket details for Liverpool FC Women's league clash with Everton at Anfield in September have now been confirmed.
Date: Sunday September 25, 2022
Kick-off: 6.45pm BST
Stadium access on matchday
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.
We strongly advise supporters to download their NFC pass as soon as you receive your ticket download email. This should be done at least 24 hours before travelling to Anfield.
Full details on how to download the pass can be found here.
Adults – £7
Over 65s, young adults (under 18), juniors (under 16) – £1
Tickets purchased for juniors (aged 16 and under) must be purchased with at least one accompanying adult and can be purchased at a ratio of 3:1.
The below sales will take place online only and supporters are advised that a queuing system may be in place.
LFC Women season ticket holders: online from 1pm on Tuesday August 9.
First sale status: LFC Women season ticket holders will be entitled to one complimentary ticket and can also purchase tickets within the same transaction, up to a maximum of six tickets per booking.
Men’s team season ticket holders: online from 8.15am on Thursday August 11.
Second sale status: One ticket per qualifying supporter up to a maximum of six tickets per transaction, subject to availability.
Men’s team Official Members: online from 8.15am on Friday August 12.
Third sale status: One ticket per qualifying supporter up to a maximum of six tickets per transaction, subject to availability.
General sale: online from 1pm on Monday August 15.
Fourth sale status: A general sale will take place only if tickets remain following the above sales. Supporters will be able to purchase up to six tickets within the one transaction, subject to availability.
End of sale
If tickets remain following the above sales, the ticket sale will end at 4pm on Friday September 23.
We strongly advise that you purchase your tickets in advance as we will be unable to accommodate ticket sales at the ticket office on matchday.
Seats issued within Lower Anfield Road and The Kop at Anfield are rail seating, which allows supporters to stand safely at key moments during the game, like goal celebrations, but must revert to a seat at other times.
If a supporter’s preference is to sit down, we strongly advise that you buy your ticket in another area, subject to availability.
Supporters attending matches are reminded that Anfield is still an all-seater stadium and should remain seated when possible.
Bags are NOT permitted in the stadium and there are no bag storage facilities available.
Small 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.
We are a cashless stadium – contactless and/or chip and pin payments are required in all areas.