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Liverpool Tickets

We supply Liverpool tickets, handpicked hotels, and flights to Liverpool from all over the world. Many of our hotels are near Anfield.
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We are 1 of only 6 Official Match Breaks Suppliers at Liverpool FC.
We have our own seats for all home matches whether it is Premier League, Champions League, FA Cup, or Carabao Cup, and we offer seats right next to "The Kop".
Lounge access is always included.

Reds Bar

Stand: Sir Kenny Dalglish Stand (lower long side), Section: KPSeats at Sir Kenny Dalglish Stand right next to The Kop including lounge access, welcome drink, tea and coffee at half time and an official match programme.

The Sandon

Stand: Anfield Road, Section 225-228Seats at Anfield Road Stand including a pre-match meal and a welcome drink at Liverpool FC's official pub - The Sandon.

Reds Bar

Stand: Sir Kenny Dalglish, Section KGSeats at Sir Kenny Dalglish Stand including lounge access, welcome drink, tea and coffee at half time and an official match programme.

Move the cursor over the green dots to see the view from the different sections at Anfield Stadium.

Liverpool FC matches

  • All
  • FA Cup
  • Champions League
  • Premier League

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Liverpool history

After Everton moved out of Anfield in 1892, the stadium owner, John Houlding, left with no club playing in Anfield. That’s when John Houlding decided to recruit the previous members of staff and create his own team, Liverpool FC.

Liverpool is one of the biggest teams in England ever since its creation in 1892. Especially in the 1970s and 80s saw massive success for the club. Liverpool won 35 titles in those years, with multiple league titles, FA cup, and European glory.

With multiple lows ever since the creation of the Premier League in 1992, it now looks good for them. With the appointment of Jurgen Klopp are now going to new highs. Under Jurgen Klopp, Liverpool has won their first Premier League title in 30 years, first FA Cup in 16 years, and first Carabao Cup in 10 years. Jurgen Klopp also guided Liverpool to 3 Champions League Finals, where they won the Champions League in 2019.

Liverpool is seen as the most successful club in England’s history. In total Liverpool has won 19 League titles, 6  European cups, 8 FA Cups, and 9 EFL Cups.

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We offer football trips to Liverpool with hotels in Liverpool, Flights to Liverpool, and Liverpool tickets.

Hotels near Anfield

For your next football trip to Liverpool, we have handpicked multiple hotels near Anfield, so you easily can go from and to Anfield. The hotels that are showing up on the concerned match are the ones that are available right now, so you will get the hotel that you ordered.
All our handpicked hotels are near Anfield, so you easily can come and go to Anfield.

If you have a preference for a hotel near Anfield, that you can’t find here, then contact us.

Flights to Liverpool

To select matches, we also offer flights to Liverpool. If a flight to Liverpool is offered, then you can book your football trip to Liverpool with or without a flight.
The flights that are showing up on the site, are the ones with the best flight time to Liverpool. The flights on the site are always updated, so you can be assured that you buy an available flight.

Do you have a preference for a specific flight to Liverpool, that you cant find. Then contact us.

Liverpool Tickets

At, we have 80 fixed places in Anfield for all Liverpool home matches. The 80 places are in sections KG and KP. These 80 places are for all Liverpool home matches.

So if you wanna get Liverpool tickets and see Liverpool play in the Champions League, Premier League, or FA cup. Then buy your Liverpool tickets at



About Anfield

Anfield was built in 1884 and belonged to Everton for the first 8 years, but has been the home of Liverpool FC since the club was founded at The Sandon in 1892. The first renovation of Anfield took place in 1928, which made room for 32,000 standing spectators, and The Kop quickly became known for the stand’s high volume. Anfield was last renovated for the start of the 16/17 season, where the Main Stand became the largest single stand in England with seating for 20,500 spectators.

Anfield currently has a total capacity of 54,074 spectators.

Getting to Anfield

Anfield is located approximately 4 km northeast of the city center, and you can either walk, take a taxi, or take the bus.

Taxi: It takes about 15 minutes by taxi from Liverpool city center to Anfield (depending on traffic of course) and costs about 50-70 kr. If you don’t have cash, remember to ask the driver whether they accept cards.
Bus: The 917 express bus service goes directly from the center (St. John’s Lane) to Anfield every 10 minutes. LFC Fan Support is present to guide fans who also choose to take the bus back after the game. Choosing this solution receives a discount on soda in LFC booths at the stadium if you show your return ticket. From Liverpool One bus station, you can take bus 26 or 27, or bus 17 from Queen Square bus station directly to Anfield.

TIP! If you are up for it and the weather permits, we recommend taking the walk from Anfield back to the city. The walk takes about an hour, and if you choose to take a taxi home, it will take about the same time due to traffic.

Why a football trip to Liverpool is the perfect vacation

Football fans all over the world have always had a desire to go on a football trip to Liverpool and experience the magical Anfield Stadium. But why is a football trip to Liverpool so popular? Every football fan who goes on a football trip to Liverpool always says the same thing. Anfield has a fantastic atmosphere. Liverpool fans are always in high spirits, and you feel like part of a community when you’re there. Especially on derby days and Champions League nights, you can really feel the fans at The Kop jumping and singing throughout the game.

In addition to watching the game, you can also take a stadium tour of Anfield. You can get a tour from countless different Liverpool legends such as Ian Callaghan, Steve Mcmanaman, Ian Callaghan, and many more. Tours include a tour of Anfield, Liverpool’s trophy cabinet, and a telling of Liverpool’s history and legends.

The city of Liverpool is proud of their club’s current and past success, and you can see it in the city. Around Liverpool and Anfield, you can also find countless statues and murals of Liverpool legends and players.

With, you can easily find cheap football trips to Liverpool with flights and hotels. We help you find the best football trips to Liverpool by plane. So all you have to do is enjoy the game quietly, with the fantastic The Kop next to you.

Biggest Liverpool Matches

Liverpool vs Everton

The Merseyside derby is probably the Premier League match that most Liverpool fans look forward to. Everton is probably the first team Liverpool fans look for when Liverpool’s fixture list is released. One of the main reasons for the great rivalry between the two teams is because Anfield and Goodison Park are less than 1.5 km away from each other. You might think that the two teams have always been rivals because of the proximity of their stadiums. But Liverpool and Everton haven’t always been rivals. In the past, the derby between the two teams was called “The Friendly Derby” because the city of Liverpool had many large families with both Liverpool and Everton supporters, and so they were friendlier towards each other. Back then, Liverpool and Everton fans could sit next to each other without causing any trouble. The 1984 Football League Cup final between Everton and Liverpool at Wembley was nicknamed “The Friendly Final” because both clubs’ fans were mixed together in the stadium and sang “Merseyside” together.

Since the mid-1980s, the rivalry has really heated up, both on and off the field. More and more players began to receive red cards, and more and more fights broke out on the pitch.

Many notable moments have happened in Liverpool’s matches against Everton. Gary McAllister’s legendary free-kick from 38 meters away, Robbie Fowler’s controversial drug celebration, and Luis Suarez’s diving celebration right in front of Everton’s manager David Moyes, when he accused Luis Suarez of being a “diver”. There have been countless other moments that no one can forget in “The Merseyside Derby.”

Liverpool has had the upper hand over Everton for a long time now. Liverpool and Everton have met each other 241 times. Liverpool have won 96 matches, Everton have won 67, and 77 of the matches ended in a draw.

Liverpool vs Manchester City

Manchester City vs Liverpool is one of the more “new” rivalries. The rivalry between the two teams began in 2013 when Manchester City won the league over Liverpool by just two points. Both teams are considered two of the biggest clubs in England, and you can easily see that. Since the 2017/18 season, Liverpool and City have produced 6/8 of the highest points since 1995.

The most entertaining Manchester City – Liverpool match is probably the 2018/2019 Champions League quarterfinals. In the first game, Liverpool won 3-0 with goals from Salah, Oxlade-Chamberlain, and Mane within the first 30 minutes. Liverpool played fantastic against Manchester City that day, but the return leg was not as easy. Manchester City scored already in the 2nd minute, and it didn’t look very good for Liverpool. In the second half, Liverpool came back in style. Salah and Firmino scored two goals, securing Liverpool’s place in the Champions League semifinals.

Liverpool vs Manchester United

Another one of the most intense rivalries in England. Manchester United vs Liverpool matches are one of the most watched football matches and probably the first Liverpool match that Liverpool fans look for when Liverpool’s fixture list is released. Both teams are two of the biggest clubs in the world. This can be seen in their history. Together, both teams have won 38 leagues, 20 FA cups, 14 League cups, 9 Champions Leagues and much more.

In the last few years, Liverpool has had the upper hand over Manchester United. In the 2021/2022 season, Manchester United received their toughest home defeat ever. Liverpool won 5-0 against Manchester United at Old Trafford, where Mohammad Salah had an outstanding match. Mohammad Salah was the first player since R9 Ronaldo to score a hat-trick against Manchester United at Old Trafford.

The return match at Anfield did not go well for Manchester United either. Here Liverpool won 4-0, where again Salah was the star player. He scored 2 goals and dominated the match for Liverpool.

Head to head, Manchester United have the lead. Manchester United have won 82 matches against Liverpool, while Liverpool have won 70. The remaining 58 matches ended in draws.

Liverpool vs Manchester United is always a match with plenty of goals and entertainment.

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