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Liverpool FC Hospitality Packages & VIP Tickets

Having come so close to a quadruple in the 21/22 season, Liverpool will once again be looking to challenge on all fronts. Enjoy every game of their season through Events Hospitality, with a range of premium tickets, hospitality packages and VIP experiences available for Anfield.

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We answer some of your questions on Anfield

At Events Hospitality, we have premium ticket and VIP packages available for all games at Anfield. Take a look at the packages available for each game or email us on [email protected] for any requests.

As part of our offering at Liverpool, we have every Premiership, Cup and European home game available for sale. We do also have access to other events that happen at Anfield, such as concerts, so please do contact us on [email protected] to help.

At Events Hospitality we only offer premium tickets and official hospitality packages. We also only sell tickets or packages that we have in hand, to ensure availability for our clients (many companies out there will sell the tickets and then attempt to procure them afterwards to fulfil the order).

We know how stressful it can be trying to work out which companies are genuine, especially when there are so many out there. As one of the newer ones, we also know how much harder we have to work to prove ourselves. That’s why we offer a 100% money back guarantee if we don’t deliver your tickets. To ensure you’re dealing with a reputable company please call us on 0208 053 0278 to ask any questions, or view more information about us here.

Wherever you are buying your tickets from, make sure you do your research. Take a look at online reviews, ask to speak to previous customers or verify with the venue that the company you are using are official hospitality agents.

No, bags are not permitted into the stadium, it is a no bag Stadium and there are no storage facilities.

Tickets for Liverpool games will be sent via email, around 5 days before the game. On the odd occasion you may be required to collect tickets from the Stadium, for which we will provide full information and directions

This will be explained to you during the purchase, as it depends on the package you purchase. You can also see various Stadium maps at the bottom of the page.

All Under 16’s must be accompanied by an adult (and have a ticket themselves). Children are allowed in most hospitality facilities, as long as they have the relevant ticket.

At Events Hospitality we only offer premium tickets or hospitality packages, we don’t have access to general admission tickets. Packages are listed in the event itself, but if you cannot find what you are looking for in any way please email [email protected] and we will be able to help.

Prices will differ for each game, depending on the opponent. We try to offer VIP tickets at the most reasonable price possible, even when demand is very high. Take a look through the event itself or contact us on 0208 053 0278 to enquire.

Yes, but these are always in high demand. If you are interested in an away game for Liverpool then please email us on [email protected] for options

The nearest train station to Anfield is Liverpool Lime Street, about 2 miles away, which is also the main train station for the City. On a matchday the 917 goes from the station to Anfield on a regular basis. There are also several buses from the city centre (Queen Square Bus Station) directly to the ground (68, 168, 14 and 19).

There is limited official parking around the ground for those who are driving, although plenty of unofficial car parks are available a little further out.

Anfield is one of the most traditional football grounds in the UK but also has some excellent hospitality facilities. There are several different lounges available, from informal lounges through to full VIP packages in the new Stand. It can be confusing to know which one is best for you or your clients, so please contact us on 0208 053 0278 to find the package best suited for you.

This will depend on the hospitality package you have for Liverpool games. Most lounges are informal, which allow shirts, jeans and trainers. However, some of the top end lounges are more formal and a require certain attire, which we will advise on purchase.

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Stadium Guide

A Guide to Anfield Stadium



Home to Liverpool Football Club, Anfield is one of the most iconic stadiums in world football. Now that the team are finally beginning to recreate some of the success that the club experienced in the 70s and 80s, going to a Liverpool match is one of the most sought-after experiences in sport. Looking up at the famous Kop Stand belting out You’ll Never Walk Alone pre-match is an experience (almost as good as Liverpool fans claim it is).

There are various routes to getting tickets for Liverpool games, whether it’s for cup or Premier League matches. Your options range from general admission to exclusive hospitality packages and executive boxes. In this article, we are going to be looking at the Anfield stadium, and your various ticketing options if you would like to visit Anfield stadium.

A brief history

Anfield actually has a history that predates Liverpool FC. It was built in 1884, a good 7 years before Liverpool Football Club was formed, and was initially rented by neighbours from across Stanley Park, Everton FC.

When Everton got into a dispute with the owners about the rent in 1981 they moved out. One year later, the newly-founded Liverpool moved in and Anfield became their home.

In 1895 famous engineer Archibald Leitch designed a new main stand, capable of holding 3,000 people. In 1903 a new Anfield Road stand was erected, and three years after that a new stand was constructed along the Walton Breck Road end – the Spion Kop stand.

The stadium continued to grow in the early 20th century, and in 1958 Anfield set its record attendance of 61,905 for a match against Wolverhampton Wanderers.

As Anfield stadium became all-seater towards the end of the 20th century, Liverpool contemplated moving away and even obtained planning permission for a new 60,000-seater stadium at Stanley Park, but these plans fell through.

They developed Anfield instead – adding 8,500 seats to the Main Stand in 2016, and with an extra 7,000 seats being made available in a redeveloped Anfield Road Stand by 2023 – the capacity of Anfield will rise up to 61,000.

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Quick Facts

  • The Kop stand is named after the Battle of Spion Kop – a battle in the Boer War. The clash was fought near a steeply rising bank, which people likened to stadium stands of the time.
  • Anfield was named after Annefield, Wexford, by the mayor of Liverpool, who was Irish.
  • At its peak, The Kop could fit in 30,000 people, all standing

Why go?

Anfield is so iconic that its appeal stretches much further than just to Liverpool fans. It is a stadium steeped in history, which is celebrated by the museum and stadium tours. The hospitality packages offer you the opportunity to watch the match in luxury, and these days the football isn’t bad either. Liverpool are one of the most exciting teams in the world to watch at the moment, so it is well worth experiencing it in person.

Of course, to say that you have stood on The Kop and sung You’ll Never Walk Alone is a must for any Liverpool supporter.

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What are the facilities like?

As we alluded to above, Anfield stadium has undergone a lot of work in recent years, and as such, so in many places, it has a much more modern feel to it than you might expect from a 130+-year-old football stadium. All of the concourses have bars, toilets and match day programme sellers, with disabled access in every stand. It’s a traditional ground, so in areas that haven’t had any attention you don’t get a ‘modern’ experience, but this is largely part of its charm (and something some grounds now lack).

The stadium shop is located by the museum, underneath The Kop stand, which is where you go for the stadium tours as well. The ticket office is near there as well.

The one sticking point over the years, as it is at most stadiums, has been the internet connection. Fortunately, the club are planning to launch hi-speed WiFi throughout the stadium from the middle of the 2022-23 season.

What are the premium tickets, VIP and Hospitality options?

Hospitality tickets make up a big percentage of a football clubs allocation in the modern age, so it is no surprise that Liverpool FC have a huge selection of hospitality packages for Liverpool supporters. It is going to be a key feature of the new stadium when it is opened, and it will take the number of hospitality tickets up from 3,500 to 7,000.

There is already a good variety of options – you can sit in Sir Kenny Dalglish Stand, Anfield Road Stand or Main Stand to watch the match, and the pre-match hospitality ranges from self-service buffets, through 4-course meals with table service, to off-site hospitality tickets where you enjoy food and drink elsewhere in Liverpool before attending the match.

Here at Events Hospitality, we offer both on and off-site hospitality packages. Our standard packages are the more informal Anfield Beat Lounge (with former Liverpool FC players in attendance) or a 3-course meal at the beautiful Grade II listed Isla Gladstone Lounge. The Anfield Beat celebrates the link between sport and music in Liverpool and is the ideal lounge to soak up the atmosphere before the game. Dining and drinks are casual, but the social aspect of this lounge is its true attribute. Many people baulk at off-site hospitality – and it can be awful – but the Isla Gladstone is a lovely location to enjoy pre-match. As long as you get in there early, so you can get to the ground as soon as you want, its a great way to be looked after before the game.

There are various other packages available, such as the Carlsberg Dugout (similar to the Anfield Beat), Bootroom and Sevens & Eight Lounges (sit down and buffet meals) and then at the top end you have the Beautiful Game lounge and 1892 Lounge. The 1892 Lounge is top-end hospitality, one of the newer and more modern facilities in the ground. It’s an all-bells-&-whistles experience, with a 4-course meal, inclusive alcohol and all the nice touches you would expect from such a premium package.

If you are interested in experiencing one of these superb hospitality packages, or you would like some advice on which one would be best for you, please get in touch on 0208 053 0278 to discuss.

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How to get to Anfield Stadium?

Anfield is located just 2 miles outside of Liverpool city centre, so it is possible to walk that distance from Liverpool Lime Street station if you are travelling by train. The club have a dedicated team based at the station to help direct you or show you to buses that will take you directly to the ground – just be warned that the closer you get to kick-off time, the busier these get.

A taxi from the city centre to Anfield shouldn’t cost you more than £10 – again depending on the time and how busy it is.

As with many stadiums of this vintage, it is located in a built-up residential area, which can make travelling by car quite difficult, especially with regards to parking – be sure to secure a parking space somewhere before you set off as many of the areas have strict residential parking schemes. Most roads around the Stadium are closed a few hours before the game as well.

What is the area around Anfield like?

Anfield is an area that an estate agent would describe as ‘Up and Coming’… To be fair it has undergone a fair bit of regeneration in recent years, but there is not much to do around the stadium other than visit a few of the pubs on match days.

For a pre-match drink, there are a few traditional boozers around the ground, such as The Albert, The Sandon and The Park. These get very busy with fans and tourists pre-match, so can sometimes be hit and miss. Your best bet is to spend the start of your day in Liverpool city centre – it’s packed full of bars and restaurants for every taste so if you’re looking for a place to go before or after the match, you’ll find plenty more options here. Then head to the ground a couple of hours before kick-off, to take it all in.

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How can I get tickets to Liverpool games?

With some difficulty! Liverpool have 27,000 season ticket holders, and a waiting list thought to be over 70,000 – so there is plenty of competition for tickets.

General admission tickets are sold by the club, and it is likely that you are going to need to buy an Official Membership to stand any chance of getting one. They have a few different options which you can access via the club’s website.

At Events Hospitality, we have Premium Hospitality tickets and packages available – if you are interested in one of these you can contact us at [email protected] for the games and packages available.

Best event at Anfield?

If the last few years are anything to go on, when Manchester City visit Anfield, it is likely to have a huge influence on who wins the Premier League, so always a fixture to look out for. Other than that, the Merseyside Derby vs Everton is always a fiery affair, as it is when Manchester United play.

Away from football, Anfield hosts plenty of concerts during the summer months, including The Rolling Stones, Elton John and Eagles.

Most niche event?

Anfield hosted a basketball match featuring The Harlem Globetrotters in 1958!


General admission tickets start from as little as £9 up in the gods, sadly these are nigh on impossible to get, alongside any other standard tickets, as they are purchased by members and season ticket holders. If you’re looking for a one-off, premium tickets and hospitality start from around £200 per game.

Type of events

Football and concerts, with potentially more sports to come at a later date

Top Tip for visiting Anfield Stadium

If you haven’t been before – start early. Make a proper day of it starting in the City, visiting a few pubs and getting to know the locals. Then get to Anfield in plenty of time to soak up that pre-match atmosphere, talk to people and take it all in.

If you have any questions or would like to understand the best options for tickets at Anfield, please contact [email protected] and we would be happy to help.