Liverpool play their home games at Anfield, widely considered one of the most atmospheric stadiums in Europe – and if you know where to look for tickets you can experience it yourself.
With the Premier League season running from August to May, and a number of cup games played across this period too, there are plenty of opportunities for attending Anfield for a live match. If you’re coming to the UK, and would like to find out if Liverpool are playing at home during your dates of travel, there are full fixture lists for the upcoming 2023 & 2024 season available to view online. We’ve also done some research and picked out some of the best options for buying Liverpool tickets over the Internet.
Ticketgum are currently our number one choice for buying Liverpool tickets online. The football ticket broker has excellent availability for all games at Anfield. We found tickets starting at £139 GBP for a game against Aston Villa in early September. However, for more prestigious games, such as against Man City or Man Utd, prices can be significantly higher.
They seem to have tickets available for virtually all Premier League games – and particularly for the bigger clubs like Liverpool. Prices are determined by supply and demand, so the longer you leave it the more you’ll usually pay. Ticketgum own the tickets, so there’s no risk of forgeries, and they arrange delivery of your tickets too, offering an express service to ensure you receive them in good time. If you’re staying in a hotel, you can even get the ticket sent directly to reception, and there are other designated pick-up points within reach of the stadium. They also have a very good Trustpilot rating as well as a 100% money back guarantee if the game’s cancelled.
Founded in 2000, StubHub have quickly become a major player in the ticket resale sector. Sellers can price tickets how they desire, but helpfully the website shows you the face value price of each ticket so you can judge the value for yourself. Tickets can be delivered physically, as print-at-home, or as a mobile transfer. Availability tends to be excellent, and when we searched we found tickets on offer for every approaching game, with prices as low as £90 for less prestigious fixtures such as Bournemouth FC in the middle of August. Additional fees for service, delivery and VAT work out at around £35 per ticket, and there’s a slider option that lets you view these extra costs before you book. StubHub also offer a FanProtect Guarantee that protects you against anything going wrong with your tickets.
P1 Travel are our top choice for hospitality tickets at Anfield. Their packages include perks such as food and drinks, lounge access, and padded seats to watch games – with seats alongside each other so you can enjoy the action with people you know. At Chelsea, there are a variety of hospitality packages: The most basic is The Sports Bar, which includes East Middle Tier padded seats, lounge access, and complimentary tea/coffee. The Museum package includes most of the same, plus a museum tour a few hours before kick-off. The priciest packages are Under The Bridge, which includes padded seats in the Westview Stand, lounge access, free drinks, an interactive Chef’s table, and small bites; and Canoville/Champions Club, which includes East Stand Middle Tier seats and a sumptuous 3-course dinner. Prices vary depending on the prestige of the game, but start at around £300 per person.