Ticket collection process for Rangers v Liverpool

AnnouncementTicket collection process for Rangers v Liverpool

Published 7th October 2022

Liverpool FC has released further information on away ticket collections for the Champions League fixture against Rangers on Wednesday October 12, kick-off 8pm BST.

The ticket collection process will see a reduced amount of tickets being collected from an initial 800 to 400, which is less than 15 per cent of the total allocation.

The club has engaged with the Supporters Trust to inform them of this decision and appreciates that they and some supporters do have reservations about ticket collections. Following earlier engagement with supporters, and a suggestion put forward by them, the club will also trial a digital verification process for 200 tickets, seven per cent of the allocation, who will swipe their NFC pass at Ibrox prior to entry.

Supporters who have been chosen at random to collect their ticket in person or selected for the NFC trial will be notified by email later today. The remaining 2,200 tickets, 78 per cent of the allocation, have been posted directly to supporters.

LFC has managed ticket collections for European fixtures for many years and has the desire to continue with this process moving forward, along with many other clubs who regularly participate in the Champions League.

The safety and security of travelling fans, and trying to ensure the club’s allocation at European away games is maximised, continues to be the priority.

LFC would like to thank supporters who will be travelling to Glasgow next week for their understanding and continued support with these trials, and the club will assess and review the process ahead of the next European away fixture.

Published 7th October 2022