Liverpool FC has released the following ticket details for the Premier League fixture against Crystal Palace at Anfield on Sunday May 23.
Kick-off is scheduled for 4pm BST.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR ALL FANS TO BE AWARE OF BEFORE BUYING YOUR 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 who purchase tickets will be sent a further email in the week leading up to the game which will include a link to a health declaration questionnaire. The questionnaire must be completed 24 hours before kick-off. Failure to complete the questionnaire will result in you being refused entry to the stadium.
For more information on the return of fans to Anfield, visit here.
All supporters must use their smartphone to enter the stadium as season ticket and Member cards WILL NOT be activated.
NFC technology on smartphones 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 smartphone from the Tickets section within My Account.
Tickets are non-transferrable, and each supporter attending must download their own individual NFC pass.
Visit 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.
A staggered entry process will be in place at the stadium to minimise the risk to public health and fellow supporters.
Your entry time can be found on the back of your NFC pass. A full list of entry times will also be available here.
Supporters will be subject to random ID checks at the turnstiles and are advised to bring photographic ID to avoid being refused entry.
Due to this game having a significantly reduced capacity, ticket prices will be set at the price points used for the three games attended by fans back in December. They are based on a weighted average of general admission and seasonal ticket prices across the stadium. An adult general admission ticket will cost £44.92 and concessional ticket prices will also be based on the same weighted average calculation.
Young adult: £22.46
Over 65: £33.69
Adult disabled: £33.69
Young adult disabled: £16.84
Over 65 disabled: £25.27
Junior disabled: £6.71
SUPPORTERS SUCCESSFUL IN THE BALLOT
Tickets can be purchased online from 10am Thursday 13 May until 8am Friday 14 May ONLY.
Tickets for this sale are guaranteed and supporters can purchase one ticket per qualifying supporter up to a maximum of 4 per transaction.
To minimise the risk to public health and fellow supporters, the majority of seats available will be single seats, with a limited number of pairs within Main Stand Lower.
A dedicated adult/junior area will be available in Main Stand Lower. Alternatively, supporters can select single seats for adult/juniors in other areas of the stadium.
Please ensure that when selecting single seats that you choose the seats as near as possible to each other.
SUPPORTERS WHO REQUIRE WHEELCHAIR OR AMBULANT SEATING
Wheelchair bays and ambulant seating can be purchased online only.
Wheelchair bays and personal assistant seats will be available in the Main and Sir Kenny Dalglish Stands.
We are unable to guarantee that your preferred choice of stand will be available at the time of your purchase.
SUPPORTERS UNSUCCESSFUL IN THE BALLOT
If tickets remain following the sale to supporters who are successful in the ballot, a further sale will take place online from 11am Friday 14 May.
Tickets in this sale will be available on a first come, first served basis, subject to availability, for as long as supplies last and no guarantee can be given that tickets will be available to all who apply. We are unable to offer a waiting list for this fixture due to the short turnaround given from the Government and the date of the game.
Please be aware that for all sales you may have to queue at times.
If tickets still remain, a further sales update will be published here – please keep checking for the latest updates.
Seasonal hospitality Members will continue to be communicated direct via email, with further details.
GETTING TO ANFIELD
To assist our local authorities and help with match day planning, supporters are asked to provide their intended method of travel to the stadium when purchasing your tickets.
Car parking will be available in Stanley Park and Utting Avenue car parks at no charge.
Car park passes must be pre-booked and will be available when you book your match ticket. Spaces are limited, and available on a first come, first served basis.
THE CLUB RESERVES THE RIGHT TO CHANGE THE SALES PROCESS FOLLOWING ANY FURTHER UPDATES FROM THE GOVERNMENT OR LIVERPOOL CITY COUNCIL.
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