Anfield Stadium – Hospitality & VIP Tickets

Home to Liverpool F.C. – Champions of Europe

Eventmasters are delighted to offer a wide range of VIP & Corporate Hospitality Packages at Anfield Stadium for major sporting events in 2020/21.

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 stadium.

The stadium has a capacity of 54,074 seats and will be the first 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.

Fans can look forward to a match day experience like no other with VIP and hospitality tickets for the Premier League, UEFA Super Cup and other exciting events with Eventmasters at Anfield Stadium.

For all the latest news and updates from Anfield Stadium be sure to follow our news page.

Anfield Hospitality

Enjoy first class hospitality at Anfield Stadium with the amazing hospitality packages we have to offer. Click the button below to discover the options available.

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Anfield News

Liverpool have cemented themselves as a major force in both 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 18 league championships, 8 League Cups and 6 European Cups – the latter two being more than any other British team! Some of the household names that have lead Liverpool to victory are Kenny Dalglish, Bob Paisley, Joe Fagan, and most recently Jürgen Klopp.

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

Follow the latest Liverpool news and updates here with Eventmasters.

Parliament Debate Petition to Let Fans Back in Football Stadiums  

Sports Minister, Nigel Huddleston, addressed comments from MPs urging for fans to be let back into football stadiums.
10 November 2020/by Hannah Bayliss

New Petition Calls for Fans to Return to Stadiums

Thousands are backing a new petition pleading for the government to reassess allowing football fans back in stadiums.
7 October 2020/by Hannah Bayliss

2020/21 Premier League Fixtures: The Fantastic Four

Let’s talk about the four 'we meet again' matches you shouldn’t miss for the 2020/21 Premier League season.
1 October 2020/by Alexis Parry

UEFA Champions League Groups A-H 2020/21

The draw for the Champions League 2020/21 has been announced - read the rundown of each group here!
1 October 2020/by Alexis Parry

Pause on Fans Returning to Stadiums From 1st October

A surge in COVID-19 cases has halted developments of fans returning to stadiums from 1st October as originally planned.
22 September 2020/by Hannah Bayliss

EFL Confirm Pilot Matches to Trial Return of Fans to Stadiums

Hope is on the horizon as EFL confirm eight pilot matches to test whether return of fans to stadiums can be conducted in a COVID-secure manner.
17 September 2020/by Hannah Bayliss

Top 10 Premier League Summer Transfers

With the 2020/21 Premier League season underway, we take a look at the top transfers which took place during the summer transfer window
11 September 2020/by Hannah Bayliss

Premier League 2020/21 Predictions: Who will finish on top?

As we enter a new season, who do you think will finish on top in the 2020/21 Premier League?
1 September 2020/by Alexis Parry

History of The Stadium

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

Since then the stadium has undergone numerous renovations, including its famed Kop stand, which was expanded in 1928 and capable of holding 30,000 people all standing! In the 1990s and after the infamous Hillsborough Disaster it was decided that the stadium become all-seating.

Anfield is now composed of four stands: The Kop, Centenary Stand, Anfield Road End and Main Stand. The stadium 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.

Other Events

In 2019, Anfield Stadium was granted permission to hosts concerts as well as football events. Some of the 2019 headliners have been Bon Jovi and P!nk.

In May of 2019, Anfield hosted Rugby’s Magic Weekend, which was a standout weekend that saw Warrington defeat Wigan for a third time this season. There were also wins for the Catalan Dragons and Huddersfield, who celebrated a phenomenal 55-2 win against Hull.

Anfield also offers tours of the stadium on and off match days, a Legends Q&A and The Anfield Experience.

Corporate Hospitality

Such an outstanding venue demands outstanding hospitality services, and Anfield Stadium does more than tick that box. Combining prime location seats with splendid views alongside exquisite dining and VIP service, Anfield Stadium is not a venue to be overlooked.

Eventmasters proudly supply official VIP hospitality packages at Anfield. Our luxurious 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.