Here’s some things we need you to know:
Match tickets are in the home end of Anfield, and you’ll need to be supporting Liverpool FC to buy this Match Break. If it looks like you’re supporting the opposition, you might not get into the stadium, or once you’re in the stewards won’t let you stay.
Around 2 weeks before the game, you will be sent e-tickets for all passengers on your booking which you will need to download onto your smartphone. Instructions on how to do this will be sent in the final documents.
Please note, all tickets must be downloaded to a smartphone. Fans will not gain entry using photographs or screenshots of e-tickets. These cannot be forwarded to another device, and can only be downloaded once. The e-tickets will be sent to the email address used at the time of booking, this cannot be changed.
Match tickets are situated in the home end, in the lower tier of the Anfield Main Stand. You’ll need to be supporting Liverpool to buy this Match Break. If it becomes clear you’re supporting the opposition, you might not be able to enter the stadium, or if you’re in the ground already, the stewards may ask you to leave.
Although it’s very unlikely you’ll be separated from others on the same booking, we can’t guarantee that all of your seats at the match will be sat next to each other. However, if there’s any children (under 18’s) on your booking, we guarantee they’ll be sat next to an adult in your group.
Now this bit is really important! Premier League fixtures can change date and kick-off time as close as a couple of weeks before they’re played. All sorts of things can affect the times and dates of matches, but TV schedules and clashes with other competitions are the most common reasons. The Premier League will announce confirmed match dates and times usually no later than 6 weeks before they’re played, but every so often, it can be a little later.
We recommend that you hang fire when booking your travel to the match, just until the kick off date and time has been confirmed.
If the match you've booked has its date and/or time changed, you'll get an email from us telling you what to do next.
Have a read of the ‘important info’ on the last screen before you finish your booking to get more details on everything you need to know, including a bit more information on 'fixture changes'.
Ready to book?
We’ll need to take some details for everyone joining us on this Match Break:
• Full name (as it is written on each Photo ID)
• Date of Birth
The lead person on the application needs to be 18 or over, and we’ll need a postal address, phone number and email address for them, as well as payment details. The e-tickets will be sent to the email address used at the time of booking, this cannot be changed.
If you pay by deposit when booking, the final balance is due 6 weeks before your Match Break.
If you book with less than 6 weeks to go, the full balance will be due at the time of booking.
Once you’ve booked:
The lead passenger will receive an email around 2 weeks before the game. This will include your e-tickets (including instructions on how to download these) and all of the important information we need you to know before the match and your hotel stay.