Liverpool FC has released the following ticket selling details for the Premier League fixture with Tottenham Hotspur on Wednesday December 16.

Tickets are only available to supporters who were successful in the ballot for this match.

General admission seating for the game will be in the Kop only. Wheelchair bays and personal assistant seats will be in the Main Stand only.

In line with social distancing measures, all seats will be available to purchase as single seats only, to minimise the risk to public health and fellow supporters. Please ensure that when you select your seats, you choose the seats as near as possible to each other.

Ticket prices

Adults – £44.92
Young adults – £22.46
Over 65s – £33.69
Juniors – £8.80

Adult disabled – £33.69
Young adult disabled – £16.84
Over 65 disabled – £25.27
Junior disabled – £6.71

Ticket sale for supporters successful in the ballot

Tickets can be purchased online from 4pm on Friday December 11 until 8am on Monday December 14.

Supporters who require a wheelchair bay or ambulant seating will be contacted directly on Monday December 14.

Tickets for this sale are guaranteed and supporters can purchase one ticket per qualifying supporter up to a maximum of four per transaction. Please be aware that you may have to queue at times.

Ticket sale for supporters on the waiting list

If tickets remain following the initial sale to supporters who were successful in the ballot, they will be made available to those on the waiting list in numerical order from 11am on Monday December 14.

Please keep checking here for sale times and waiting list positions for fans eligible to buy tickets.

We strongly advise that you check for updates regularly to ensure you don’t miss the opportunity to purchase tickets for additional sales that may take place for this match. 

Important information to be aware of before purchasing your ticket

Before purchasing a ticket, you must refer to the Supporter Code of Conduct to ensure you comply with the new rules and guidelines that will be in place to make Anfield as safe as possible for everybody present.

Supporters will also be required to complete a health declaration form within 24 hours of kick-off. Failure to complete the form will result in you being refused entry to the stadium.

For more information on the return of fans to stadiums, please visit our new dedicated website hub which provides further guidance on this process.

Stadium access

All supporters must use their smart phone to enter the stadium as season ticket and Member cards will not be activated.

NFC technology on smart phones is compatible with iPhone 6 and above and on most Android/Google phones.

Once you have completed your purchase, your NFC pass will be available to download to your smart phone from the Tickets section within your My Account.

Click here for a step-by-step guide on how to download and use your NFC pass. We strongly recommend you take full advantage of the guide to ensure your matchday experience is as seamless as possible.

Tickets are non-transferrable, and each supporter attending must download their own individual NFC pass.

Supporters will be asked to bring photographic ID with them for checks at the turnstiles before entry. We will not allow entry if proof of ID is not provided.

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