Liverpool have released the following ticket selling details for the Champions League last 16, second-leg fixture with Bayern Munich, to be played at the Allianz Arena on Wednesday March 13, kick off 8pm GMT.
The club have received an allocation of 3,803 tickets for supporters to purchase. We have also received a further allocation of 240 top-category seats that, in line with UEFA guidelines, will be used as part of the player’s allocation, the club’s UEFA Youth League team’s players and staff, travelling club staff and VIPs.
Ticket collection process
As announced here, the club are implementing a ticket collection process for this fixture. Around 250 supporters will be selected at random to collect their ticket from a designated location. Further collection details can be found below.
Hospitality Members: Sir Kenny Dalglish Stand executive box holders, Premium Level and Centenary Club members should contact the hospitality department on 0151 264 2222, option 2.
Disabled supporters: wheelchair-disabled supporters should register their interest no later than midday on Tuesday February 12.
All other supporters: the below sales will take place online only and you may have to queue at times.
Tickets will be available to season ticket holders, official Members and fan card holders based on attendance at Paris Saint-Germain (28.11.18), Red Star Belgrade (06.11.18), SSC Napoli (03.10.18), AS Roma (02.05.18), Manchester City (10.04.18), FC Porto (14.02.18), Sevilla (21.11.17), Maribor (17.10.17), Spartak Moscow (26.09.17).
Attendance at two or more games: from 8.15am Wednesday February 13 until 10.30am Thursday February 14.
Supporters are guaranteed a ticket during this sale and can purchase one ticket per person, up to a maximum of 10 tickets per transaction.
Attendance at one or more games: from 11am Thursday February 14.
The above sale will take place on a first-come, first-served basis and supporters can purchase one ticket per person up to a maximum of four tickets per transaction.
The number of qualifying supporters will far exceed the number of tickets available during this sale and therefore no guarantee can be given that tickets will be available to all who apply.
Details to be provided at the time of booking
Every supporter attending the game must provide the following information:
- Date of birth
- Country of birth
- Passport or National Identity Number
- Mobile number
- Email address
- Outbound travel date
- Method of travel into Munich
- Estimated time of arrival into Munich
- Accommodation details
- Return travel date
If someone else is attending using your season ticket, Member card or fan card, their details must be provided on the form when making the booking.
The correct details must be provided for the following reasons:
- If your booking is randomly selected for collection in Munich, ONLY the person named on the form will be able to collect the ticket
- The ID required for collection must correspond with the details provided
- Full collection details will be sent on Thursday March 7 to the email address and mobile number provided – please ensure you provide a valid email address and mobile number
- Changes cannot be made once you have completed your purchase
Delivery/collection of tickets
The ballot for the 250 supporters to be selected to collect their ticket in Munich will take place after the main sales have ended.
Therefore, all supporters must select one of the following fulfilment methods during the booking:
Tickets will be held for collection at ANFIELD only. Collection dates will be updated here.
Tickets should be collected before 10am on Sunday March 10.
- UK post
Tickets will be sent special delivery to the registered address of the person making the booking, at a charge of £5.65. Royal Mail will send a tracking number to the email address registered on our ticketing system.
- Overseas post
Tickets will be sent via DHL to the registered address of the person making the booking, at a charge of £12.46.
Please note: the fulfilment method chosen will be disregarded for those supporters selected to collect their ticket in Munich.
Ticket collection process in Munich
Every supporter selected to collect their ticket in Munich will be sent an email and SMS on Friday February 15 to confirm they have been selected.
A further email and SMS will be sent on Thursday March 7:
- Email will include:
- A unqiue reference number.
- Full details of the collection point.
- The identification required to collect the ticket.
Supporters will be required to show this email when collecting their ticket.
- SMS will include:
- A unique collection reference number.
- Link to full details regarding ticket collection.
A full list of Q&As can be found here.
Following the game, should your ticket remain uncollected, the purchase will be cancelled from the record the ticket was registered to with no refund given.
There will be no duplicate tickets for this fixture.
We would also like to remind supporters that important safety information for supporters travelling to Munich will be provided in the lead up to the game.
The information provided is in conjunction with German authorities and LFC club officials, and we strongly advise that you follow all the information and instructions given.
We urge supporters not to travel without a ticket.
For a step-by-step guide to purchasing tickets online, please click here.
For away support information, click here.
For general information, click here.