Liverpool FC Women get their FA Women's Championship season under way at Prenton Park on Sunday against London City Lionesses. Here's all the info for supporters coming to the game.
What time is kick-off?
The game kicks off at 2pm BST on Sunday August 29.
How do I get tickets?
Tickets are on sale now at www.liverpoolfc.com/women-tickets, with adults priced at just £6.50, children £4 and concessions (students, over 65s) also just £4. You’ll be emailed a ticket PDF to print off at home or show on your phone at the turnstile. Fans will be using the Kop end of the ground.
Can I buy a season ticket for LFC Women?
Yes. A season ticket represents the best possible value for watching LFC Women. Adult seats have been cut in price to just £60, children and concessions just £35, adult and child £75, and a family ticket for two adults and two kids just £140. Buy yours at www.liverpoolfc.com/women-tickets.
Can I still pay at the turnstile on Sunday?
Unfortunately, no. All seats must be booked in advance this season from www.liverpoolfc.com/women-tickets and can be purchased online right up until kick-off at 2pm.
I’m a men’s season ticket holder or an LFC Official Member, am I still entitled to a free ticket this season?
Yes. All season ticket holders and Members can claim up to four match tickets per game for free using the unique discount codes posted in the Members’ Area this week.
Are there spaces for wheelchair users?
Yes, spaces for wheelchair users are available. Just choose that as an option when you go on to the ticket website.
How do I get to Prenton Park?
Free car parking is available at the Prenton Park car park. The postcode is CH42 9PY. Supporters who are not able to park at Prenton Park should conform with any local parking restrictions in place in the areas around the stadium.
Prenton Park is also easily accessible by public transport. It is a 15-minute walk from Rock Ferry station on the Merseyrail network and a 20-minute walk from Birkenhead Central. It is also well served by the bus network. Details can be obtained here.
Free coach trial
Supporters buying their tickets also have the opportunity to express interest in a free ‘park and ride’ LFC bus, which will depart from the Sir Kenny Dalglish car park at Anfield at 12pm on Sunday and return after the match.
Only supporters registering their interest can use the bus and will be able to park their cars at the Sir Kenny Dalglish Stand. You can register your interest, if you have not already, up until 12pm on Friday at email@example.com. The bus is wheelchair accessible and is a trial by the club which may be repeated if there is sufficient interest.
Is there any entertainment before the match?
Yes, kids activities, including a face painter, will be in place in the small car park alongside the stadium. Entrance is either by the statue at front of the stadium or down past the club shop. Members of The Anfield Wrap will be building up the atmosphere in the Mersey Clipper opposite the ground.
COVID – do I still need to wear a mask?
To protect yourself and others, we recommend that supporters aged 11 and over should wear a face covering while moving around the stadium and in enclosed spaces.
As this is a recommendation, we ask you to respect other supporters if they choose to wear or not wear a mask.
Do I need to be vaccinated or take a test?
In line with Wirral Borough Council, we are strongly recommending supporters who are attending Prenton Park to take a lateral flow test 24 to 36 hours prior to kick-off and/or to get vaccinated. Details of how to get tested are here.
Will temperature checks be in place?
In line with current guidance, there will be no temperature checks in place. Hand sanitisers will be available outside and inside the ground and fans are encouraged to make use of them. Please avoid touching your face, handles and railings wherever possible.
Will seats be socially distanced?
In line with current guidance, seats will not be distanced but fans are encouraged to keep their distance in busy areas, like concourses and food queues.
Deciding not to come to a game
Please do not attend a game:
- If you or anyone in your household currently has symptoms of COVID-19, or have had symptoms in the past 10 days
- You or any members of your household or support bubble have been diagnosed with a confirmed or suspected COVID-19 infection in the last 10 days
- You or any members of your household or support bubble have been contacted via the NHS track and trace app and told to self-isolate
- You have been in close contact with a person who has a confirmed or suspected case of COVID-19 in the past 10 days
Will food and drink be available at the match?
Yes, normal concessions and kiosks will be open for the serving of food and drinks.
I’ve still got a query...
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