A visit to Anfield to witness the world-famous Kop in full voice as they cheer on their beloved Reds is a rite of passage for all football fans. With a pre-match buffet, half-time and full-time tea & coffee also included, all you need to worry about is learning the words to You’ll Never Walk Alone!
Anfield has witnessed numerous sensational Liverpool performances over the years and now you too can pull up a pew at this church of football.
Renowned for their attacking, passing-based style of play, Liverpool have won an incredible five European Cups – including a famous victory over AC Milan in 2005.
They’re one of the most popular clubs in the world and as you watch them put on another masterclass from your excellent seats in the Upper Centenary Stand, you’ll see why!
With a pre-game buffet helping to keep your batteries charged and a post-game cuppa easing you back down to earth after a pulsating 90 minutes this is sure to be an unforgettable day.
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All fixtures are subject to dates changes and kick-off times for the purposes of television coverage or participation in European competition. Unless specifically stated, day time games can kick off at 12.30pm, 1.30pm, 3.00pm, 4.00pm and 5.30pm while evening games kick off at 7.45pm or 8.00pm. However, it is strongly recommended to check an official Premier League fixture list before booking as tickets are non refundable in the event of a kick off time being changed due to TV schedules, fixture congestion etc.
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- November 10 – Fulham
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- December 15 – Manchester United
- December 26 – Newcastle United
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- May 12 – Wolverhampton Wanderers