As part of Liverpool FC's commitment to provide more access to tickets for young and local supporters, a new local general sale was introduced last season to provide 10,000 tickets to local supporters priced at £9 each.

The club has reviewed the sales of these tickets from last season and is aware that a large number of the £9 tickets were sold to non-local supporters, which breaches the ticket sales policy.

To support our ongoing commitment to ensure that match tickets are being used correctly and provide the opportunity for more local fans to experience Anfield on a matchday, LFC will be introducing the following changes for Premier League home games for the 2017-18 season.

  • Supporters living in an ‘L’ postcode will be able to purchase tickets in the local general sale online approximately one week before each game.
  • Supporters will be required to collect their tickets from the ticket office at Anfield. Photographic ID and proof of ‘L’ postcode residential address will be required on collection. Tickets will be available to collect three working days prior to the game.
  • Refunds will not be provided for any uncollected tickets and the supporter account will be suspended.

Click here for ID requirements, FAQs and more details.

To be eligible to purchase tickets during the local general sale, supporters must be registered on the club’s ticketing database. Click here to register.

Supporters are encouraged to check latest ticket news regularly for sale dates. The sale date for Crystal Palace will be announced soon.

Thank you for your continued support.