With games drawing thousands to the stands of this iconic stadium, it's handy to arrive with some understanding of how to navigate around the complex. Make your trip from hotels near Anfield effortless with these tips:
A number of ticket providers sell tickets for matches. All of the details for these can be found on the venue's website. For the majority of matches, tickets sell out well in advance. Season ticket holders and members enjoy priority booking for these games.
Match days see thousands of home and away supporters flood into the city. Express bus services will transport you from Liverpool City Centre in fifteen minutes. Lime Street Railway Station is the arterial line station for regional and national journeys and is two miles from the stadium. Buses and taxis are available. Cycle Hub is a free service that allows you to deposit your bike freely and securely with an attendant at the venue.
It isn't just on match days that a trip to Anfield is a thrilling experience. Tours of the stadium and museum offer you the opportunity to enjoy spectacular views of the pitch and city skyline, visit the world class team dressing rooms and touch the iconic 'This is Anfield' sign. You can even take a charged walk down the Players' Tunnel.
If you're in town for Anfield, then you're also in the hometown of the Beatles, and one of the cultural and industrial hubs of the north of England. Vying eternally with London for recognition, Liverpool has given the UK two of its biggest exports: world class football and everyone's favourite music.
Make the pilgrimage to Liverpool's most popular museum to relish insider secrets about the band that changed history. From internal discord to the much debated influence of Yoko Ono, you'll find plenty of memorabilia and a scale replica of the Abbey Road studio where their first singles were recorded.
Britain's largest church and the world's largest Anglican cathedral is right here in Liverpool. Architect Sir Gilbert Scott also masterminded Britain's famous red telephone boxes and the Tate Modern in London. The bell tower boasts the world's highest peal, and the organ is the world's largest too.
Football isn't the only famous sporting event in the area. The world's best known steeplechase takes place annually. Marvel at the most difficult fences in racing.