How do I access the Anfield Road Stand?
Anfield Road is no longer a through road on matchday and access is only permitted for those fans with a ticket for the Anfield Road Stand.
For the Premier League fixture against Chelsea on Saturday January 21:
Supporters entering via turnstiles L and M will approach Anfield Road from the direction of Arkles Lane as there is no access from the direction of 97 Avenue. At the end of the game, please turn right when leaving the stadium.
Supporters entering via turnstile Q will approach Anfield Road from the direction of 97 Avenue as there is no access from the direction of Arkles Lane. At the end of the game, please turn left when leaving the stadium.
Visiting fans will enter via entrance N, O and P and must approach Anfield Road from the direction of 97 Avenue as there is no access from the direction of Arkles Lane. At the end of the game please turn left when leaving the stadium.
As part of the club’s Fan Update process, any supporter who has failed to complete by the deadline of Friday January 13 will not be allowed access to this match and their ticket will have been cancelled and refunded.
You will not be able to access Anfield and will no longer be eligible to purchase tickets for any future fixtures.
Do you take cash at Anfield?
Anfield is a cashless stadium – contactless and/or chip and pin payments are required in all areas.
Will there be food and drink on offer?
For more information on stadium facilities, including food and drink, go here.
SeatServe will also be in operation throughout the stadium for you to buy food and drink and have it served directly to your seat – download the app here.
There are also new waste points across the stadium, to reduce, reuse and recycle waste at Anfield. The new bins are colour-coded and clearly labelled to help supporters dispose their waste. BLACK is for general waste from tea and coffee cups, food wrappers and food waste; RED is for reusable plastic cups used; and GREEN is for recycling plastic bottles only (Carlsberg and Water PET Plastic).
This is a no smoking or vaping stadium, and both are strictly prohibited.
HEALTH, SAFETY & HYGIENE
Please comply with current government guidance regarding respiratory infections, including COVID-19, which can be found via this link.
TACKLING ANTISOCIAL AND CRIMINAL BEHAVIOUR
LFC is supporting strong measures across football to tackle antisocial and criminal behaviours within football grounds – including entering the pitch without permission and carrying or using smoke bombs or pyros. These are illegal, dangerous and have serious consequences. They have no place in our game. Anyone involved in these activities will be banned by the club and reported to the police. Love Football. Protect the Game.
Liverpool Football Club would like to remind all supporters of its commitment to ensure that Anfield remains an environment that continues to provide a welcoming environment to all people and the club will take the strongest possible action against discriminatory behaviour in the terraces.
Should you be subject to, or witness, any incidents related to this, please contact your nearest steward or text HELP to 64446 with the stand, row and seat of the offender and the nature of the problem. You can also report incidents of online abuse and discrimination through our Red Together reporting hub at www.liverpoolfc.com/redtogether.
Liverpool FC is committed to enforcing the Premier League’s anti-discrimination commitment, which will see any offenders banned from all Premier League grounds for a minimum of three years.
RETURNING TO WATCH THE REDS
This may be the first time you’ve stepped foot into a stadium since the events at the Champions League final in Paris. If you do find this experience becomes overwhelming, please find resources available via the LFC Foundation website, which has been set up to help fans with expert advice and support.
Our safeguarding team are also available to provide help and support to our fans. The team has a role to support all children and vulnerable adults should they have any welfare or safeguarding needs. Should you require any support from the club, you can contact our dedicated safeguarding specialists here.
Away supporters can find out more information about their trip to Anfield on our dedicated visiting supporters hub here.
Fans are reminded that Anfield is home to our local community. We ask you respect our neighbours by leaving quietly and taking your litter home.
If you have travelled by bus your return pick-up point may be different from your drop-off. Please check the travel map with post-match pick-up point.
To stay up to date with all of the latest matchday information, follow @LFCHelp on Twitter.
Thank you for your continued support and co-operation.