Whether you’re a lifetime reds supporter or you simply want to experience one of the world’s most iconic football stadiums, visiting Anfield Stadium is a must for anyone visiting Liverpool, and Anfield’s tours are the best way to do it. You’ll gain insight into one of the UK’s oldest and most successful football clubs – walk through the player’s tunnel with the iconic ‘This is Anfield’ sign, gain access to the team’s dressing room and press conference room, and take a look at the managerial dugout where Jurgen Klopp inspires his players to victory. Visitors can even admire the trophy room that houses Liverpool’s historic Premier League and Champions League cups.

How can I find Anfield Stadium?

Anfield is easily accessible by car, bus or train. Drivers need to pre-book spaces at Stanley car park in advance, however public transport is the easiest way to access the stadium, with the 26, 17 and 917 buses running from city centre stops regularly.

This 53,000-capacity stadium offers a wonderful day out in Liverpool, where visitors are also treated to a showcase of the LFC Story Museum. Explore the ‘Boom Room’, a new exhibition room that pays tribute to Liverpool’s players who fought for Jurgen Klopp’s dream of making doubters into believers.

  • You will be accompanied by an expert tour guide, and explore the stadium with a multimedia handset
  • Adults pay £18, while concession and child tickets are £18 and £14 respectively. Infants go free (0-4 years)
  • The tour will last 1-2 hours, depending on which package customers buy

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