Fan Experience

Visiting Anfield

Welcome to our Visiting Anfield Guide, here you can find information on facilities at the Stadium and things to do when you’re visiting Liverpool.

To download our Visiting Anfield Guide as a PDF, click here.

Things To Do In And Around The Ground

Fan Zones

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LFC's Fan Zones are open from four hours before kick-off on a matchday. There are two Fan Zones, one on Anfield Road where you can find food, drink and live music and a Fan Zone at Paisley Square which is home to live entertainment, food & soft drinks, retail offerings and this is where you’ll find the Club’s official mascot Mighty Red on a matchday, find out more here

Food & Drink

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If you have any specific dietary requirements, please check with a member of our matchday staff and they will be happy to advise you on the best location for you to purchase food.

FOOD KIOSKS: Street food kiosks are available on a matchday and are located in the Fan Zones.

Anfield offers an array of meal deals, burgers, hot dogs and pies in Kiosks throughout the ground. Or try one of our ‘Boot Room Sports Cafe’ Kiosks gourmet matchday meals. You can visit the Gourmet Kiosk before entering the ground located Kop side in-between the Tour Centre and Ticket Office.

Local Pubs

TrainThere are many local pubs around the area. The Arkles Pub (located just next to Anfield Road) and the Sandon (located on Walton Breck Road) welcome home and away supporters.

Stadium Tour

TrainTours of our historic Stadium are available throughout the year, both on a matchday and on a non-matchday. For more information visit www.liverpoolfc.com/tours

Retail Store

TrainWith all the latest kits, LFC Fashion and souvenirs bring home a memento of your trip to Anfield from the LFC Retail Store. The store is located on Walton Breck Road.

Boot Room Sports Cafe

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The Boot Room Sports Cafe at Anfield is open 7 days a week, offering freshly prepared food book a table now.

On a matchday the Boot Room Sports Cafe is available only for matchday hospitality, for more information visit www.liverpoolfc.com/hospitality

Hillsborough Memorial

TrainWe have given great consideration to the Hillsborough Memorial, working with the families to create a fitting location and setting within the design of the expanded Main Stand and surrounding public area.

Anfield Forever

Anfield Forever is a unique landscaped area which forms part of the walkway along 96 Avenue, next to the Main Stand at Anfield Stadium.
The area is a celebration of the club and its players, managers and global supporters, formed of specially-engraved granite stones.
The stones comprise of fan messages and dedications - each stone tells a different story and together create a memory walk that is welcoming to fans and visitors.
Alongside fan memories and dedications, player and managerial dedications also share the walkway giving fans an insight into the Club’s history.
On a matchday be sure to arrive at the stadium early to experience the unique atmosphere and walk through Anfield’s history.

Photo Opportunities

TrainWe have various photo opportunity points around the Stadium for fans to use both on a matchday and non-matchday. Get a photo in front of one of these special photo opportunities to help you capture a lasting memory of your day at Anfield.

Stadium Services

Ticket Office

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The Ticket Office is open Monday – Saturday, for opening times please visit www.liverpoolfc.com/contactus

HOME MATCHDAYS: Please note that on home matchdays the Ticket Office opening times may vary depending on the kick off time.

VISITING SUPPORTERS: If you have any questions regarding your tickets ahead of your visit, please speak to your Club. On the day of the game, should you have any queries, please visit our Ticket Office.

Accessibility

ACCESSIBLE FACILITIES: You can download our accessibility guide here or speak to a member of staff on +44 151 264 2500 which gives you information on accessible toilets, hearing loops, audio headsets and lifts.

You can also download the Premier League Get in! App, the official matchday accessibility guide; a one-stop shop for fans with accessibility needs that makes attending home and away matches easier than ever before. Providing information and peace of mind for every disabled supporter, the app features comprehensive information about how to get to Anfield and is available on iOS or Android.

Toilets

TrainToilets are located throughout the stadium on a matchday. Baby changing and baby feeding facilities are now available on Level 2 of the Main Stand, and in the toilets near the Boot Room Sports Cafe and the Liverpool FC Story entrances.

Cash Point

TrainThere are no cash points available in the ground however, there is a cash point is located on Walton Breck Road. Supporters can pay via card throughout the stadium with contactless payment also in place at all kiosks.

WiFi

TrainWi-Fi is available in the concourse area of each stand. Fans will need to connect to ‘Fan Wi-Fi’ and register for the free service.

Faith Room

A multi faith prayer room is available at Anfield, the prayer room is accessible from the Main Stand public realm and located next to the hospitality ticket collection booth. This is open 5 hours before and 30 minutes after a match.

Things To Do In And Around Liverpool

Culture

TrainThere are plenty of museums, historic buildings, galleries, theatres and live music venues to keep you entertained whilst in Liverpool, find out more here

Shopping

TrainLiverpool boasts world-class shopping, with visitors spoilt for choice with Liverpool One, the MetQuarter and Cavern Walks. These offer over 160 stores, which include high-street stores, designer fashions, independent retailers as well as sports, entertainment, electronics, books, restaurants and cafes, find out more here

Dining

TrainDining out in Liverpool is always a pleasure, with every taste catered for in the wide-range of restaurants all conveniently located within the City Centre and surrounding areas find out more here

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