Ticket Information

LIVERPOOL V CRYSTAL PALACE TICKET BALLOT INFORMATION

As announced here, a ballot took place for the Liverpool v Crystal Palace fixture.

The ballot was only open to 2019/20 Season Ticket Holders or 2020/21 Members with 19 Premier League home games recorded from the 2018/19 season. Supporters must live within the United Kingdom and must have completed Fan Update.

Those who purchased a ticket for any of the following matches were not eligible to enter the ballot.

  • Liverpool v Wolverhampton Wanderers (Sunday 6 December)
  • Liverpool v Tottenham Hotspur (Wednesday 16 December)
  • Liverpool v West Bromwich Albion (Sunday 27 December)

 

BALLOT DETAILS

Entry to the ballot has now closed, Supporters were notified of the results on Tuesday 11 May

The ballot was performed per transaction, which means the supporters you registered with, were ALL successful or unsuccessful. Please note there will not be a waiting list for this match.

 

TICKET SALES

All tickets have now sold out.

To review ticket sale details for Liverppol v Crystal Palace, click here.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION and FAQ’s

Any tickets purchased will not count towards eligibility for future sales criteria.

We have introduced NFC (Near Field Communication) technology for stadium entry which means that supporters must download their ticket to their smartphone.

Tickets are non- transferrable and cannot be forwarded to another smartphone / supporter. 

Supporters will be subject to random ID checks at the turnstiles and are advised to bring photographic ID to avoid being refused entry. 

Who was eligible to enter the ballot?

2019/20 Season Ticket Holders or 2020/21 Members with 19 Premier League home games recorded from the 2018-19 season. Supporters must live within the United Kingdom and must have completed Fan Update.

Those who purchased a ticket for any of the following matches are not eligible to enter the ballot for Crystal Palace match.

  • Liverpool v Wolverhampton Wanderers (Sunday 6 December)
  • Liverpool v Tottenham Hotspur (Wednesday 16 December)
  • Liverpool v West Bromwich Albion (Sunday 27 December)

How do I gain entry to Anfield for this match?

We have introduced NFC (Near Field Communication) technology for stadium entry which means that supporters must download their ticket (NFC pass) to their smartphone.

Tickets are non-transferrable and cannot be forwarded to another smartphone / supporter.

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.

Click here for ballot terms and conditions 

Click here for the Supporter Code of Conduct