Anfield Stadium

Home to Liverpool Football Club

Anfield first opened in 1884 and has been home to Liverpool F.C. since 1892. Liverpool’s first game at Anfield resulted in a 7-1 win over Rotherham and since then “The Reds” have seen many more victories at their home ground.

Anfield Stadium has a capacity of 54,074 seats and will be the first football stadium in the UK to fit a permavoid system, which will speed up drainage and irrigation systems to ensure players can perform to their best ability during games. Liverpool is to soon introduce 7,800 more seats which will have safety rails to reduce the danger at Anfield Stadium with persistent standing throughout the games.

Football fans can look forward to an Anfield matchday experience like no other with our football hospitality for the Premier League and other exciting football events with Eventmasters.

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Anfield Stadium Hospitality

Eventmasters proudly supply official football hospitality packages at Anfield. Our luxurious Liverpool hospitality packages add extra splendour to your day, ensuring your trip to Anfield is certainly worthwhile.

Secure your hospitality packages and tickets today for all the latest Anfield Stadium events with Eventmasters.

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Experience the Premier League 2023/24 season with Eventmasters’ today. Liverpool Hospitality packages which are offered at The Anfield Stadium, guarantee our guests the matchday of a lifetime.

See one of the biggest games in the Premier League 2023/24 season with our Liverpool Hospitality Packages. An exceptional four-course matchday menu and a chance to hear stories from well known Liverpool legends. You can enjoy the day with a choice of three of our hospitality packages: The Premier Club Package or The Main Stand Package.

Anfield – Upcoming Fixtures

Liverpool has cemented itself as a major force in English and European football. They have competed consecutively in the top flight since 1964 and have finished in the top ten every year since then – The Reds have a great deal to celebrate.

They have won 19 league championships, 9 League Cups and 6 European Cups – the latter two being more than any other British team! Some household names that led Liverpool to victory are Liam Millar, Ben Davies, and Curtis Jones.

Spectating at Anfield is an exciting day out for any Reds fan. To make the day all the more luxurious, why not entertain guests with our fantastic Anfield hospitality packages.

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Travelling to Anfield Stadium

Please use the Google map provided for further information.

How do I get to Anfield Stadium by car?

If travelling from Birmingham to Anfield Stadium, get on the A38/A38(M) from Aston Express Way. Continue to follow M6 and M62 to Bowring Park Rd/A5080 in Childwall, Liverpool, for approximately an hour and thirty-four minutes. Then, follow Queens Dr, A5049 and A5089 to Kemlyn Rd to Anfield.

There is no available parking near the venue.

How do I get to Anfield Stadium by train?

From Liverpool, travel to Kirkby for Liverpool Central. Then, take the Merseyrail line for three stops to arrive at Kirkdale. It will be a thirty-minute walk to Anfield Stadium.

How do I get to Anfield Stadium by bus?

The following services have routes that pass near Anfield Stadium: 17,26,27.

Anfield Stadium FAQs

There is no available parking near the football venue. There are several pays and display car parks that operate all day. Express shuttle buses are available from Lime Street Station and St Georges Plateau.

For disabled car parking spaces, please get in touch with the venue directly.

Please be aware that Anfield Stadium is situated in a residential area. Please do not attempt to park on residential streets as this could result in a fine.

There are accessible toilets situated in all stands. With a Disability team on site constantly, they will be able to locate you as close as possible to these facilities.

Anfield Stadium is conducting cashless payments across the venue. Except for payments over £30, contactless debit and credit cards are accepted.

Smoking is not permitted inside or outside the venue.

Discover more about Anfield Stadium

History of Anfield Stadium

Anfield is now considered the fifth-biggest football stadium in the UK. It opened in 1884 and has been home to Liverpool F.C. since 1892. Before then, Everton had used the stadium until 1891 due to a dispute over rent prices.

Since then, Anfield Stadium has undergone numerous renovations, including its famed Kop Stand, which was expanded in 1928 and can hold 30,000 people all standing! Anfield set its record attendance when 61,905 fans attended Liverpool v Wolves in 1958. It was decided that Anfield would become all-seating in the 1990s and after the infamous Hillsborough Disaster.

Anfield served as one of the playing locations for three group matches and the quarterfinal between France and the Netherlands during the Euro 1996 tournament (0-0). Liverpool discussed leaving Anfield in the late 2000s in favour of a larger and more modern football stadium, and they eventually received planning approval for a brand-new 60,000-seat stadium at Stanley Park. However, due to insufficient funds, the plans were delayed and finally discarded in 2012 by the club’s new owners. The new ownership resulted in Anfield being redeveloped.

Anfield is now composed of four stands: The Kop, Centenary Stand, Anfield Road End and Main Stand. Anfield has hosted Premier League, UEFA Cup and Champions League games but is more renowned for its passionate and inventive supporters that create its unique atmosphere.

Liverpool FC has achieved many firsts in football history. On the 22nd August 1964, Liverpool and Arsenals match highlights were shown for the first time on BBC’s Match of the day! In addition, Liverpool’s game against West Ham United was the first game ever transmitted into colour on Match of the day back in November 1969.

Facilities and structure

The Anfield Stadium is one of the most famous football stadiums in the world.

The Kop Stand

The Kop Stand is located behind one of the goalposts inside Anfield. The Reds adopted the name ‘The Kop Stand’, many years ago when a battle broke out in Africa on a steep hill. As a result of the battle, hundreds of soldiers were left dead. Most of the soldiers had traits of Lancashire in their bloodline, with a strong contingent with Liverpool.

The Main Stand

The newest remoulded Stand in the stadium is known as the Main Stand. The Stand was refurbished in September 2016 and now has a capacity of 20,676 in one Stand! The Stand’s structure consists of three tiers, including 105 disabled seats.

The Kenny Danglish Stand

The Sir Kenny Danglish stand is named after a legendary football manager and player. The Stand was well known as the Kemlyn Stand when not long after been changed to its current title. When in the Stand, you can see two tiers that can fit 12,000 supporters. In addition to this, the Stand also has executive boxes and banquet lounges available too.

The Anfield Road End Stand

The Anfield Road End Stand is opposite the Kop Stand and was last refurbished in the 1990s. This Stand only has two tiers, with the second tier being relatively small; it has held the position as the seating area for the away supporters of the football ground.

Local Area

Isla Gladstone Conservatory

In this lovely conservatory, Victorian architecture from some of Liverpool’s most well-known buildings has been modernised to provide a special event area.

Stanley Park

This 111-acre park is recognised as a significant historical feature within Liverpool. This park is iconic for dividing Liverpool and Everton football grounds.

More Events

In 2019, Anfield Stadium was granted permission to host concerts and football events. Some of the headliners have been Bon Jovi, Pink and Elton John

Anfield also offers stadium tours on and off match days, a Legends Q&A and The Anfield Experience. After an expansion in may to 54,167 seats has given Anfield greater opportunities for upcoming events in the future.

With upcoming Premier League fixtures, you don’t want to miss out on any action on offer!

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