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Liverpool football tickets are some of the most popular on the market but you can secure yours from Football Ticket Pad throughout the 2016/17 season. LFC tickets are available for every Premier League, FA Cup and EFL Cup fixtures at Anfield this season, with designated away section and LFC VIP hospitality tickets.

Liverpool FC are the most decorated club in English football, boasting an impressive collection of trophies which includes: 18 League titles, 5 European Cups, 7 FA Cups and 8 League Cups.

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Liverpool Home tickets

Number of home events listed 18
Sun
12th August
13:30
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Liverpool v West Ham
Anfield
Premier League
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from £113.99
Sat
25th August
17:30
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Liverpool v Brighton
Anfield Stadium
Premier League
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from £113.99
Sat
22nd September
15:00
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Liverpool v Southampton
Anfield
Premier League
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from £119.36
Sat
06th October
15:00
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Liverpool v Manchester City
Anfield
Premier League
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from £233.36
Sat
27th October
15:00
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Liverpool v Cardiff City
Anfield
Premier League
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from £119.36
Sat
10th November
15:00
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Liverpool v Fulham
Anfield
Premier League
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from £113.93
Sat
01st December
15:00
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Liverpool v Everton
Anfield
Premier League
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from £233.36
Sat
15th December
15:00
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Liverpool v Manchester United
Anfield
Premier League
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from £358.76
Wed
26th December
15:00
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Liverpool v Newcastle United
Anfield Stadium
Premier League
Only 10 tickets Remain
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from £159.60
Sat
29th December
15:00
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Liverpool v Arsenal
Anfield
Premier League
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from £228.00
Sat
19th January
15:00
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Liverpool v Crystal Palace
Anfield
Premier League
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from £132.78
Wed
30th January
20:00
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Liverpool v Leicester City
Anfield
Premier League
Only 10 tickets Remain
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from £114.00
Sat
09th February
15:00
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Liverpool v Bournemouth
Anfield
Premier League
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from £114.00
Wed
27th February
20:00
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Liverpool v Watford
Anfield
Premier League
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from £114.00
Sat
30th March
15:00
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Liverpool v Tottenham
Anfield
Premier League
Only 4 tickets Remain
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from £238.05
Sat
13th April
15:00
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Liverpool v Chelsea
Anfield
Premier League
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from £217.95
Sat
27th April
15:00
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Liverpool v Huddersfield
Anfield
Premier League
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from £159.60
Sun
12th May
15:00
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Liverpool v Wolves
Anfield
Premier League
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from £251.47

Liverpool Away tickets

Number of away events listed 20
Mon
20th August
20:00
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Crystal Palace v Liverpool
Selhurst Park
Premier League
Only 2 tickets Remain
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from £201.18
Sat
01st September
12:30
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Leicester City v Liverpool
The King Power Stadium
Premier League
Only 6 tickets Remain
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from £167.65
Sat
15th September
12:30
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Tottenham v Liverpool
White Hart Lane
Premier League
Only 4 tickets Remain
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from £368.82
Sat
29th September
17:30
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Chelsea v Liverpool
Stamford Bridge
Premier League
Only 4 tickets Remain
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from £325.23
Sat
20th October
15:00
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Huddersfield v Liverpool
Kirklees Stadium
Premier League
Only 2 tickets Remain
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from £217.26
Sat
03rd November
15:00
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Arsenal v Liverpool
The Emirates
Premier League
Only 2 tickets Remain
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from £268.24
Sat
24th November
15:00
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Watford v Liverpool
Vicarage Road
Premier League
Only 2 tickets Remain
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from £291.70
Thu
06th December
15:00
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Burnley v Liverpool
Turf Moor
Premier League
Only 10 tickets Remain
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from £146.19
Sat
08th December
15:00
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Bournemouth v Liverpool
Dean Court
Premier League
Only 2 tickets Remain
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from £217.95
Sat
22nd December
15:00
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Wolves v Liverpool
Molineux
Premier League
Only 2 tickets Remain
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from £164.30
Tue
01st January
15:00
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Manchester City v Liverpool
The Etihad Stadium
Premier League
Only 2 tickets Remain
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from £291.70
Sat
12th January
15:00
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Brighton v Liverpool
Amex Stadium
Premier League
Only 2 tickets Remain
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from £217.95
Sat
02nd February
15:00
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West Ham United v Liverpool
Olympic Stadium
Premier League
Only 2 tickets Remain
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from £251.47
Sat
23rd February
15:00
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Manchester United v Liverpool
Old Trafford
Premier League
Only 2 tickets Remain
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from £367.48
Sat
02nd March
15:00
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Everton v Liverpool
Goodison Park
Premier League
Only 10 tickets Remain
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from £167.65
Sat
16th March
15:00
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Fulham v Liverpool
Craven Cottage
Premier League
Only 2 tickets Remain
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from £167.65
Sat
06th April
15:00
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Southampton v Liverpool
Saint Mary's
Premier League
Only 2 tickets Remain
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from £197.82
Sat
20th April
15:00
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Cardiff v Liverpool
Cardiff City Stadium
Premier League
Only 2 tickets Remain
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from £217.95
Sat
04th May
15:00
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Newcastle United v Liverpool
St James' Park
Premier League
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from £251.47
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Liverpool v Napoli
Aviva Stadium
Friendlies
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from £100.00

Upcoming Liverpool Games

Stadium and Ticket Information

  • Liverpool FC: Anfield Stadium Guide

    Anfield is one of the most prestigious and well-known grounds in world football. If you haven’t been at a Liverpool home game when ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’ echoes around the stadium you are truly missing out on one of the greatest and most unique spine-tingling experiences in football. The Kop is one of the most famous stands in world football and Football Ticket Pad customers can be amongst the most loyal LFC supporters. The stadium has also recently been redeveloped with a new Main Stand which Liverpool ticket holders can experience for themselves on matchday this season.

    On matchday, supporters can visit the famous Shankly Gates or take a stroll down 96 Avenue at the back of the Main Stand - the club’s tribute to the 96 fans who died at the Hillsborough disaster in 1989. Outside The Kop supporters can grab a photograph next to the Bill Shankly statue, just inside the famous Paisley Gates. Supporters get a real taste of the club’s history before they have even stepped foot onto the terraces with their Liverpool FC tickets.

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  • Anfield Seating

    The Kop: This is one of the most iconic stands in Europe and houses the most passionate Liverpool fans. LFC fans really are Liverpool’s twelfth man and the one-tiered stand is situated behind the goal, housing over 12,000 supporters. Kopites tend to stand up the whole game and there are not many more intimidating sights in football when the ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’ anthem bellows with fans singing in unity with their scarfs and flags raised.

    Seats on The Kop are slightly more expensive as it is where all fans want to sit. Liverpool FC tickets sell fast but at Football Ticket Pad we have a selection available for every LFC game at Anfield this season.

     

    Main Stand: This has been recently redeveloped and is now one of the largest all seater stands in Europe. Liverpool have increased their capacity to over 54,000 and Liverpool tickets remain in high demand as supporters come and experience the new-look Anfield and add to the special atmosphere.

     

    The Longside Lower seats are situated at the bottom tier of the Main Stand tight to the playing surface. Tickets here allow fans to be close to the action and experience close up what life is like for Jurgen Klopp in the dugout and seeing the players emerge from the tunnel before and after the match.

     

    Further back in the Main Stand houses the Press Box and Commentators. Here are the optimum views of the action allowing supporters to really embrace the atmosphere from the comfort of their seats from Football Ticket Pad. Numerous Liverpool FC  VIP and hospitality tickets are seated in the Main Stand and you can be one of the first to experience it this season at Anfield.

     

    Anfield Road: This stand is located behind the goal and it is here where Liverpool ticket holders can witness The Kop in all of its glory. Anfield Road also houses the away fans and despite it being the smallest stand in the ground, its two tiers add a special atmosphere by hosting both home and away support together.

     

    Football Ticket Pad has various tickets available for this section of the stadium with tickets available in both the upper and lower tiers of Anfield Road and also in the away section.

     

    Centenary Stand: This stand was built to commemorate the 100 year centenary of Liverpool Football Club in 1992. The two tiers accommodates almost 12,000 fans and also hosts the LFC Executive Boxes, function suites and banquet lounge.

    Football Ticket Pad has LFC tickets for every home match this season and the Centenary Stand remains a popular choice for Liverpool supporters when choosing their Liverpool FC official matchday ticket.

     

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  • Liverpool Ticket Types

    Season/Members Cards: These are reserved seats which are available for every single home match at Anfield. Football Ticket Pad customers will receive their Season/Members Card before the game away from the stadium before returning them on the final whistle in a pre-paid envelope.

    Liverpool FC Season tickets are notoriously difficult to get hold of with a waiting list for over 20 years. Season/Members Cards are available for seats in The Kop, Main Stand and Centenary Stand. Customers scan their card on entry at the turnstiles where their seat will be clearly displayed on the front of the card.

     

    E-tickets: Liverpool Football Club tickets also carry an e-ticket option but this is only applicable for customers purchasing LFC hospitality tickets. E-tickets are sent out as an email once payment confirmation is confirmed and customers can then scan the email barcode on entry to the stadium.

     

    Paper Tickets: This is the more traditional way of receiving your Liverpool FC tickets. Once your payment has been confirmed on Football Ticket Pad your tickets are then sent out by post to the address provided in your payment. Customers often receive their LFC tickets 3-4 days prior to the match and they will be sent an email confirmation once their tickets have been dispatched. LFC ticket holders can then gain entry with their paper ticket at the turnstile and can keep the stub of their ticket as a memento of their trip to Anfield.

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  • Liverpool FC: Last Season

    Liverpool had a disappointing campaign last time out and finished eighth meaning that they missed out on European football for the 2016/17 season. Brendan Rodgers began the season in charge but was sacked after eight games after an indifferent start to the season. However, ticket holders are optimistic and have seen improvement under the charismatic Jurgen Klopp, who led the world famous club to two cup finals last term.

    Liverpool were beaten in both the Capital One Cup final to Manchester City on penalties and Europa League Final against Sevilla but fans have been pleased with what they have seen under Klopp and their is a positive hype surrounding the Anfield club.

    Despite impressive victories away from home against Manchester City and Chelsea, Inconsistency was the buzzword that summarised the 2015/16 Reds campaign. However, with new faces arriving at Anfield in the summer and with a fair share of departures expected, the future looks bright as Klopp builds a Liverpool team capable of challenging for titles once more. LFC ticket holders firmly believe Klopp is the man to restore the glory days experienced in the past under the legendary leaderships of Bill Shankly, Bob Paisley, Gerard Houllier and Rafael Benitez.

    Roberto Firmino led the LFC Premier League goalscoring charts for the 2015/16 season with ten goals, however Daniel Sturridge netted 13 goals in all competitions in an injury plagued season which severely dented Liverpool’s domestic hopes.

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Liverpool FC: Anfield Stadium Guide

Anfield is one of the most prestigious and well-known grounds in world football. If you haven’t been at a Liverpool home game when ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’ echoes around the stadium you are truly missing out on one of the greatest and most unique spine-tingling experiences in football. The Kop is one of the most famous stands in world football and Football Ticket Pad customers can be amongst the most loyal LFC supporters. The stadium has also recently been redeveloped with a new Main Stand which Liverpool ticket holders can experience for themselves on matchday this season.

On matchday, supporters can visit the famous Shankly Gates or take a stroll down 96 Avenue at the back of the Main Stand - the club’s tribute to the 96 fans who died at the Hillsborough disaster in 1989. Outside The Kop supporters can grab a photograph next to the Bill Shankly statue, just inside the famous Paisley Gates. Supporters get a real taste of the club’s history before they have even stepped foot onto the terraces with their Liverpool FC tickets.

Anfield Seating

The Kop: This is one of the most iconic stands in Europe and houses the most passionate Liverpool fans. LFC fans really are Liverpool’s twelfth man and the one-tiered stand is situated behind the goal, housing over 12,000 supporters. Kopites tend to stand up the whole game and there are not many more intimidating sights in football when the ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’ anthem bellows with fans singing in unity with their scarfs and flags raised.

Seats on The Kop are slightly more expensive as it is where all fans want to sit. Liverpool FC tickets sell fast but at Football Ticket Pad we have a selection available for every LFC game at Anfield this season.

 

Main Stand: This has been recently redeveloped and is now one of the largest all seater stands in Europe. Liverpool have increased their capacity to over 54,000 and Liverpool tickets remain in high demand as supporters come and experience the new-look Anfield and add to the special atmosphere.

 

The Longside Lower seats are situated at the bottom tier of the Main Stand tight to the playing surface. Tickets here allow fans to be close to the action and experience close up what life is like for Jurgen Klopp in the dugout and seeing the players emerge from the tunnel before and after the match.

 

Further back in the Main Stand houses the Press Box and Commentators. Here are the optimum views of the action allowing supporters to really embrace the atmosphere from the comfort of their seats from Football Ticket Pad. Numerous Liverpool FC  VIP and hospitality tickets are seated in the Main Stand and you can be one of the first to experience it this season at Anfield.

 

Anfield Road: This stand is located behind the goal and it is here where Liverpool ticket holders can witness The Kop in all of its glory. Anfield Road also houses the away fans and despite it being the smallest stand in the ground, its two tiers add a special atmosphere by hosting both home and away support together.

 

Football Ticket Pad has various tickets available for this section of the stadium with tickets available in both the upper and lower tiers of Anfield Road and also in the away section.

 

Centenary Stand: This stand was built to commemorate the 100 year centenary of Liverpool Football Club in 1992. The two tiers accommodates almost 12,000 fans and also hosts the LFC Executive Boxes, function suites and banquet lounge.

Football Ticket Pad has LFC tickets for every home match this season and the Centenary Stand remains a popular choice for Liverpool supporters when choosing their Liverpool FC official matchday ticket.

 

Liverpool Ticket Types

Season/Members Cards: These are reserved seats which are available for every single home match at Anfield. Football Ticket Pad customers will receive their Season/Members Card before the game away from the stadium before returning them on the final whistle in a pre-paid envelope.

Liverpool FC Season tickets are notoriously difficult to get hold of with a waiting list for over 20 years. Season/Members Cards are available for seats in The Kop, Main Stand and Centenary Stand. Customers scan their card on entry at the turnstiles where their seat will be clearly displayed on the front of the card.

 

E-tickets: Liverpool Football Club tickets also carry an e-ticket option but this is only applicable for customers purchasing LFC hospitality tickets. E-tickets are sent out as an email once payment confirmation is confirmed and customers can then scan the email barcode on entry to the stadium.

 

Paper Tickets: This is the more traditional way of receiving your Liverpool FC tickets. Once your payment has been confirmed on Football Ticket Pad your tickets are then sent out by post to the address provided in your payment. Customers often receive their LFC tickets 3-4 days prior to the match and they will be sent an email confirmation once their tickets have been dispatched. LFC ticket holders can then gain entry with their paper ticket at the turnstile and can keep the stub of their ticket as a memento of their trip to Anfield.

Liverpool FC: Last Season

Liverpool had a disappointing campaign last time out and finished eighth meaning that they missed out on European football for the 2016/17 season. Brendan Rodgers began the season in charge but was sacked after eight games after an indifferent start to the season. However, ticket holders are optimistic and have seen improvement under the charismatic Jurgen Klopp, who led the world famous club to two cup finals last term.

Liverpool were beaten in both the Capital One Cup final to Manchester City on penalties and Europa League Final against Sevilla but fans have been pleased with what they have seen under Klopp and their is a positive hype surrounding the Anfield club.

Despite impressive victories away from home against Manchester City and Chelsea, Inconsistency was the buzzword that summarised the 2015/16 Reds campaign. However, with new faces arriving at Anfield in the summer and with a fair share of departures expected, the future looks bright as Klopp builds a Liverpool team capable of challenging for titles once more. LFC ticket holders firmly believe Klopp is the man to restore the glory days experienced in the past under the legendary leaderships of Bill Shankly, Bob Paisley, Gerard Houllier and Rafael Benitez.

Roberto Firmino led the LFC Premier League goalscoring charts for the 2015/16 season with ten goals, however Daniel Sturridge netted 13 goals in all competitions in an injury plagued season which severely dented Liverpool’s domestic hopes.

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