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How to get Liverpool tickets: Everything you need to know

Getting your hands on Liverpool tickets has never been an easy task. The Reds play their home matches at Anfield and while it is one of the most iconic stadiums in the world, it isn't as big as other famous stadiums such as the Camp Nou, the Bernabeu and the San Siro.

At present, the capacity at Anfield is 57,000 but that will rise to over 60,000 once the renovation work on the Anfield Road Stand is complete. While that should make getting Liverpool tickets slightly easier, there are still plenty of hoops to jump through. If you are looking to go to Anfield any time soon, here is everything you need to know.

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Anfield is famed for producing special atmospheres – Photo by Icon Sport

Liverpool tickets & prices at Anfield

Liverpool season tickets: Pricing, availability

Liverpool season tickets are like gold dust and have been that way for several decades. All season tickets were sold out for the 2023/24 season and the club are no longer accepting people on their season ticket waiting list as demand is far outweighing supply. It is estimated that there are over 25,000 supporters on the waiting list and the club stopped letting people join it over five years ago.

Although the capacity at Anfield is increasing to over 60,000, there won't be a significant dent made to this waiting list as the club are prioritising match-by-match tickets for the new stand to allow members a greater chance at getting tickets.

Season ticket prices at Liverpool range from £165 for juniors to £886 for adults in the Main Stand. The full price list is as follows:


  • Main Stand – £851 – £886
  • Sir Kenny Dalglish Stand – £851 – £876
  • Anfield Road – £750 – £851
  • Kop £699 – £750

Over 65s

  • Main Stand – £638.25 – £664.50
  • Sir Kenny Dalglish Stand – £638.25 – £657
  • Anfield Road – £562.50 – £638.25
  • Kop £524.25 – £562.50

Young adults

  • Main Stand – £425.50 – £443
  • Sir Kenny Dalglish Stand – £425.50 – £438
  • Anfield Road – £375 – £425.50
  • Kop £349.50 – £375


  • Main Stand – £165
  • Sir Kenny Dalglish Stand – £165
  • Anfield Road – £165
  • Kop £349.50 – £165

Liverpool matchday tickets and single-match tickets: Pricing, availability

If you aren't a season ticket holder at Anfield then you will have to enter the minefield that is purchasing Liverpool matchday tickets on a match-by-match basis. Tickets for home league matches are put on sale at the start of the season and members are given the opportunity to enter a random ballot to determine who gets tickets and who doesn't.

Tickets that remain following the initial ballot are then put on sale closer to kick off for members to purchase. Beyond that, tickets will then be made available to local fans on general sale (fans who have a confirmed L postcode). If tickets still remain beyond that stage, then they will be made available on general sale for all registered users to purchase.

Ticket prices for Liverpool matchday tickets depend on where you want to sit in the stadium, which competition the match you are attending is in and what type of supporter you are (eg adult or junior). The price list for 2023/24 is as follows.

Premier League

  • Adults: £9 – £60
  • Over 65s: £9 – £45
  • Young adults: £9 – £30
  • Juniors: £9

Domestic Cups

  • Adults: £9 – £60
  • Over 65s: £9 – £45
  • Young adults: £9 – £30
  • Juniors: £9

Europa League

  • Adults: £9 – £60
  • Over 65s: £9 – £45
  • Young adults: £9 – £30
  • Juniors: £9

Do I need a membership to buy Liverpool tickets?

As per the sales process above, having a Liverpool membership is a near-on necessity if you want to have any chance of getting Liverpool tickets. For anyone who doesn't have an L postcode, then the need for a membership is even greater. It is also worth noting that having a membership is often only enough to get a handful of matches per season, particularly if you only want Premier League tickets.

How to get a Liverpool membership

Liverpool are still selling memberships for the 2023/24 season via the ticket section on the club's official website. There are different types of memberships available for both adults and juniors. Information on the benefits of each membership type can be found on the Liverpool website.

Adult membership prices

  • Premium – £65
  • Full – £25.99
  • Light – £15
  • International – £14.99

Junior membership prices

  • 0-3 – £19.99
  • 4-8 – £16.99
  • 9-12 – £16.99
  • 13-16 – £16.99

Liverpool seating plan at Anfield

Liverpool seating plan at Anfield | Anfield seating plan
Anfield seating plan – Photo by Liverpool Football Club

Liverpool hospitality tickets

Liverpool have various hospitality offerings dotted around Anfield with the total number increasing in recent years due to the the renovation work that has been undertaken. The club offer both seasonal packages and match-by-match packages with prices varying from one lounge to the next.

Executive boxes, which are typically found in every football stadium in the Premier League, are only offered on a seasonal basis. These are the most premium offering at Anfield where fans get their own private dining experience pre-match before watching the match from either inside their box or from luxury seats just outside it.

The full list of hospitality packages at Anfield is as follows:

Seasonal hospitality 

  • Executive Boxes
  • Executive Lounge
  • Premium Lounge
  • Centenary Club
  • The Carlsberg Dugout
  • Premier Club

Matchday hospitality

  • 1892 Lounge
  • The Boot Room
  • Sevens Lounge
  • Eights Lounge
  • The Carlsberg Dugout (Kop)
  • The Carlsberg Dugout (Anfield Road)
  • The Chemistry Lounge
  • The Beautiful Game
  • The Reds Bar

For pricing and purchasing, you need to contact the club directly.

Liverpool tickets FAQs

How to get to Anfield in Liverpool

The easiest way to get to Anfield is via train. For fans travelling from outside of Liverpool, you will need to get to Liverpool Lime Street or Liverpool Central before changing to a local service to get to either Kirkdale Railway Station or Sandhills Railway Station. From Kirkdale, you will have a mile walk to the stadium whereas from Sandhills you will be able to board a bus which takes you to the stadium for £2.

To get to the stadium if you are driving, go down the M62 until it ends and then join the A5058 Ring Road North. From the minute you join this road, there will be signs for Football Stadia which will take you directly to both Anfield and Goodison Park.

Anfield Stadium
Anfield is situated a mile away from Kirkdale Railway Station – Photo by Icon Sport

How can I get Liverpool away tickets?

Liverpool away tickets are sold almost exclusively to season ticket holders. There will be some matches that will also be offered to members but these are typically cup games where the allocation is bigger than usual or European away matches which are difficult to get to. In other words, you will do well to get a Liverpool away ticket without a Liverpool season ticket.

How to get cheap Liverpool tickets

The best way to get cheap Liverpool tickets is to sit in the upper tier of the Main Stand. Certain tickets in this stand are as cheap as £9 for adults across all competitions. Another way to get cheap Liverpool tickets is to target cup matches against non-Premier League opposition as these are discounted. Additionally, all Europa League matches until the semi-finals are sold at a cheaper-than-usual price.

Can I do a stadium tour of Anfield?

Liverpool offer stadium tours of Anfield all year long where fans are able to sample everything from the press room inside the walls of Anfield to the dugout where Jurgen Klopp and his staff sit on matchday. Prices range from £14 for under-16s to £23 for adults. To book, head to the Liverpool website and pick a time slot that suits you and you'll be good to go.

How to watch Liverpool at home

For fans who are unable to purchase Liverpool tickets, you can always just watch the Reds from the comfort of your own home. As one of the biggest teams in England, Liverpool feature regularly on Sky Sports and TNT Sports so a subscription to both channels should mean you see the majority of Liverpool's games live each season. For matches not broadcast live, the club's official YouTube channel shows match highlights shortly after the final whistle.

Andy Delaney

Andy is a freelance sports writer with ten years of experience covering major sporting events across Europe. He has also been a season ticket holder at Old Trafford since 2008 and has visited over 40 football stadiums in the United Kingdom and abroad following the Reds.

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