Liverpool have released the following ticket selling details for the second leg of the Champions League last 16 tie with FC Porto, to be played at Anfield on March 6.

The entire Stadium will be ticketed and prices are varied depending on seat location:

Adults: £9* - £59
Over 65s: £9* - £44
Young adults : £9* - £29.50
Juniors: £9 (within the advertised family sections)

*Local general sale price.

For a full breakdown of the pricing structure for this game, please click here.

Official LFC Hospitality: Please call 0151 264 2222 for details, or buy online.

Official ticket and hotel breaks: For availability and prices click here or call 01733 224834. Thomas Cook Sport terms and conditions apply.

Match Breaks are sold on a match-by-match basis; therefore, tickets purchased via the Match Breaks will not qualify for ticket priority in future rounds of the Champions League competition.

Information for supporters enrolled into the Auto Cup Scheme

Season ticket holders and Members registered in the Auto Cup Scheme MUST NOT purchase a ticket for this fixture as we are in the process of taking payments. Click here for specific details including stadium access, prices and what to do if your payment has failed.

Disabled supporters: Click here for details.

All other supporters: The below sales will take place ONLINE only…

Priority Rights Holders: From 8.15am Tuesday February 6. For full details on eligibility, please click here.

Tickets will then be available based on attendance at Spartak Moscow (06.12.17), Maribor (01.11.17) and Sevilla (13.09.17).

Sales will take place in the following order subject to availability and on a first come, first served basis. We cannot guarantee that tickets will be available to all who apply.

Please expect to queue at times.    

Season Ticket Holders who attended 3 games: From 1pm Tuesday February 6.

Members who attended 3 games: From 8.15am Wednesday February 7.

Local general sale: from 8.15am Tuesday February 27.

Should there be any tickets remaining, or if tickets are returned following the above sales, Liverpool FC will make a further announcement. Supporters should check here for any sale updates.

The club reserves the right to change any sale to a controlled sale if given advice from the police or other relevant authorities.

For stadium access information, click here.

For general information, click here.

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