In line with the recent government road map and in collaboration with the Premier League, we will be welcoming 10,000 supporters back to Anfield for the final game of the 20/21 season against Crystal Palace on Sunday 23rd May.
We have worked closely with our city partners, Liverpool City Council, Merseyside Police and Spirit of Shankly to create a robust plan which is in line with government guidance and prioritises the safety of the local community, supporters, staff, players and emergency services.
All fans who are attending the match are being encouraged to have COVID-19 test at least 24 hrs before the game.
COVID-19 testing information: Liverpool City Council is extending the opening hours of community testing sites from Tuesday, 18 May and will also deploy two mobile testing units to Anfield the day before and the day of the fixture.
To find your local test centre click here.
Home testing kits can be collected from any community testing site from today through until matchday for fans who want to test at home or alternatively can be collected from pharmacies or ordered and delivered to your home address by clicking here.
Mobile testing for Anfield:
22nd May - at Stanley Park carpark. 9am – 5pm.
23rd May - at Stanley Park carpark plus another Anfield location (TBC). 9am – 4pm.
All sites, dates and times are subject to change in accordance with ongoing Liverpool City Council's Public Health advice and guidance.
These are clearly unprecedented times and the health, safety, security of everyone attending the game is our number one priority. We are committed to ensuring that the stadium is a safe and enjoyable environment for everyone.
We need your support to keep you, your fellow supporters, club colleagues, and the local community safe. By working together, we can make a positive difference in preventing the spread of COVID-19.
WE ASK THAT FANS WITH MATCH DAY TICKETS CONTINUE TO REFER BACK TO THESE PAGES FOR THE LATEST INFORMATION REGARDING THE RETURN OF SUPPORTERS TO ANFIELD. GIVEN THE CHANGING NATURE OF COVID-19 INFORMATION MAY CHANGE AT SHORT NOTICE IN LINE WITH UK GOVERNMENT OR FOOTBALL GOVERNING BODY GUIDANCE AND LEGISLATION.
Fans can also follow @LFCHelp on Twitter for the most up to date info.
We also ask that ahead of the game, you familiarise yourself with the new Anfield Fan Checklist and be prepared for your visit. There are important changes to your match day experience which include digital only tickets, specific entry times, one-way system and Covid-19 regulations.