|Ticket Type||Ticket Tariff|
|The LFC Stadium Tour||£20.00 per ticket|
|The LFC Stadium Tour||£15.00 per ticket|
|The LFC Stadium Tour||£12.00 per ticket|
Concessions are Students and Seniors
Child ticket is for those age 16 and under
To ensure visitor safety, extensive health and safety measures have been implimented to make the tour a safe and enjoyable experience for everyone. Capacity will be limited to allow visitors to maintain social distancing and all tours must be booked in advance.
Hand sanitising stations on entry have been installed and enhanced cleaning regimes have been applied. For more information on the health and safety guidelines at the LFC Stadium Tour please see their website here.
The Boot Room Sports Cafe will remain closed, however, Anfield's superstore will be open to the public.
Don’t miss the chance to be one of the first visitors to Anfield Stadium in 2021 when The Anfield Origins Tour returns with brand new highlights.
Special Offer: Plus, for a limited time only, each guest will receive a complimentary Champions Edition Guidebook (worth £7) included in their booking. The complimentary gift is redeemed at Stadium Tours Reception when checking-in for the tour.
Liverpool Football Club is one of the most famous and successful clubs in the world but there is a lot that has changed since Liverpool Football Club was founded in 1892. Embark on a journey that unpacks the many marvellous historical stories and anecdotes from over the years, starting from the late 19th century to the present day.
Each tour will have a limited capacity in line with current Covid-19 guidelines, and be led by one of LFCs friendly and knowledgeable tour guides, giving visitors the feel of a VIP tour and the chance to ask a lot of questions along the way.
On the Anfield Origins Tour, visitors will:
• Walk in the footsteps of our founding father, John Houlding
• See where our first-ever dressing room was located
• Learn about the oldest remaining part of Anfield
• Understand about some of the iconic figures that have helped to shape the club’s story
• Discover the fascinating history of Stanley Park
• Find out about the world-famous pub where Liverpool Football Club was established
New highlights: Don’t forget a camera as for the first time ever, the Anfield Origins tour will now also include access to the famous manager's dugout where visitors will have a chance to view the pitch from the perspective of the manager, Jürgen Klopp. The tour will then finish with a visit to the illustrious Kop stand to view the famous Anfield pitch and take an opportunity to reminisce about the many wonderful games that have been played at Anfield.
The ticket includes a chance to have photographs with the 19/20 Premier League and 18/19 UEFA Champions League trophies.
Please note: This tour does not include access to the following areas: home/away team dressing rooms, press room, This is Anfield sign or player's tunnel. Due to current Covid-19 guidelines, the tour will not visit The LFC Story (museum) until further notice.
No trip to the city is complete without a visit to Anfield Stadium, home of Liverpool Football Club. The LFC Stadium Tour is a truly memorable experience for all, whether you're a fan of the beautiful game, or interested in the history of the Club and the city of Liverpool itself.
The Tour has been written by lifelong LFC fans and writers, Dave Kirby and Nicky Allt, with narration by actor, David Morrissey.
Visitors can choose from 11 different languages and use the multimedia audio handsets to fully immerse themselves, taking the tour at their own pace. Our friendly and knowledgeable tour guides will also be available throughout your tour to answer any questions and help make the most of your visit.
Enjoy epic highlights
You will enjoy epic views of the pitch and city landscape from the top level of the Main Stand. Use your handset’s technology here to see and hear for yourself Anfield’s famous matchday atmosphere.
See where your heroes prepare for the big game in the state-of-the-art Home Team Dressing Room. Sit in your favourite player’s seat and watch exclusive videos about each player using your handset. Discover which former player and LFC Legend reveals his best opposition team when you visit the Away Team Dressing Room. Take part in a lively and interactive press conference with your tour guide in the Press Room. Touch the This is Anfield sign before walking down the Player’s Tunnel to the sound of the Anfield roar. Take your seat in the Manager’s Dugout and then finish your tour in The Kop.
The Liverpool FC Story
Your ticket also includes entry to the Club's interactive museum, The Liverpool FC Story.
Explore 127 years of the Club's history, including historic Club memorabilia and see all six European cups.
The Boom Room: The Epic Story of Jurgen Klopp's Dream Team. This brand new museum exhibition pays homage to the players and all who contributed to making this dream a reality. Showcasing memorabilia and the personalities as well as world class footballing talent, it gives a unique exploration into the DNA of this historic Liverpool team. A must see for all Liverpool FC fans.
Anfield is easily accessible from all major routes into Liverpool. The ground is only 3 miles from the city centre, 4 miles from the M62 and 7 miles from the end of the M57 and M58. The ground is well signposted from the city centre. Weekday visitors to the club can park in either the Main Stand or the Centenary Stand car parks, except on mid-week match-days and subject to available spaces.
Public transport runs regular to Liverpool Anfield. (for more details see www.merseytravel.gov.uk) From the City Centre you can take many buses that drop you off outside Anfield For fans Accessing Anfield Stadium on Matchdays - regeneration work continues meaning changes to some pedestrian routes around Anfield Stadium. Fans should allow extra time to get to the stadium. No pedestrian access permitted on Rockfield Road, Back Rockfield Road or Lothair Road. Fans will be rerouted via Anfield Road and Walton Breck Road. Routine road closures prior to kick-off remain as per last season. There will be no changes to car parking access and facilities, taxi drop off points or key bus services including Merseytravel’s Soccer Bus and 917 services. Map and key information on the changes can be found here - http://www.liverpoolfc.com/travel/getting-to-anfield For travel information please visit www.merseytravel.com
|2021 (1 January 2021 - 31 December 2021)|
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