Liverpool FC Women take on Everton at Anfield on Sunday. Take a look through our list of FAQs ahead of the game, which will kick-off at 3pm GMT.
Can I still get tickets?
No, all available seats have now been sold or allocated. Please click here for more information.
Can I pay on the gate on Sunday?
No. Due to licence restrictions, everyone must have a ticket and there is no facility to pay on the gate.
Will the game be televised?
Yes, the game will be televised live on LFCTV and LFCTVGO. The game will also be streamed on Facebook (territory restrictions apply).
Is public parking available near Anfield?
As always, public parking is limited around Anfield and using public transport is the best way of attending the match. However the Stanley Park car park will be open to the general public, priced £5 per car.
Will Soccer Bus and the 917 bus be running?
The normal Soccer Bus service will be running to and from Sandhills station on Merseyrail’s Northern Line to Anfield. The frequent 917 bus service to Anfield from Liverpool city centre will also be in operation from outside St John’s Garden, commencing three and a half hours before kick-off (11.30am). Both will operate post-match as well.
Are road closures in place for the game?
Anfield Road will close four hours before kick-off and re-open until 45 minutes after the match.
Walton Breck Road will close 90 minutes before kick-off until 15 minutes after kick-off. The road will then reopen until 15 minutes before the end of the game, finally reopening approximately 45 minutes after the game ends.
Will the Anfield Road family park be open for the game?
No, family activities co-ordinated by the LFC Foundation will be centred on Paisley Park at the Kop end of the ground near the Liverpool retail store.
Will refreshment kiosks be available inside the ground?
Yes, but please remember Anfield is a cashless stadium. If you want to avoid queues, there is an option available for you.
Pre-order your food and drink for COLLECTION or IN-SEAT DELIVERY (subject to availability).
Fans seated five seats from the aisle can order directly to their seat (please note staff are trained to wait for a natural break in play). If you do not qualify for in-seat delivery, pre-ordering for collection is available for all fans.
Miss the half time queues, download the app now at Anfield.Seatserve.com.
Does my baby need a ticket?
Yes, all persons entering the stadium need to have a valid ticket. We do not operate a babies in arms policy.
Is there somewhere I can park my buggy?
No, we do not operate buggy parks at the stadium.
Can I bring a bag?
All persons will be subject to a bag search and tagged, we do not advise bringing any bags over A4 size.
Is smoking in the stadium permitted?
Anfield is a no smoking stadium. Smoking is not permitted.
Will a programme be available for this game?
Yes, a programme is available for all Liverpool Women’s home games, priced £3.
Will the Fans Supporting Foodbank initiative be present at the fixture?
Yes, Fans Supporting Foodbanks will be in their normal position at the Anfield Road end of the stadium.