We know that Liverpool’s Anfield will be hosting Group Stage games in the 2019-20 Champions League.

Seems like everybody wants to get tickets to see Liverpool at Anfield this season, so let’s quickly run through the hospitality options that I offer for the Reds’ home games.

Liverpool’s Kop at Anfield, where it seems the whole world wants to be.

Briefly, what’s hospitality? A ticket plus something else. In this case that’s some kind of lounge access or experience, maybe a reception with food and drink. For me, by the way, it doesn’t include a hotel room. (Here’s more on hospitality packages in general.)

And how am I authorized to resell them? Because I am registered as a reseller through a broker who has a contract with Liverpool to sell their hospitality packages. They buy a block of tickets to every home game and make them available to me to sell to you. Nice and simple.

You can read my Google reviews to see that I am not in the business of ripping people off. I can also supply more details to confirm all this when I issue you a quote.

My Basic Liverpool Hospitality Packages

At the start of the season I have these four packages available for every home game. I’m ranking them in rough order from cheapest to most expensive; the actual price varies a ton, depending on who the opponent is, and this year, Liverpool prices have gone completely insane.

First, here’s a seating chart for your reference (click to expand):

Liverpool Seating Plan (click to expand)

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Inside the Anfield Code Lounge at Liverpool FC.

The L11 Package

This is a seat in block L11, which is the Main Stand on the side, roughly along the goal line, with the away fans just to your left in the Anfield Road End. Here, you get a seat plus access to the Anfield Code Lounge (right), where you can buy food and drink and hang out before and after the game.

This is just one section to the left of …

The L12 Package

L12 is simply the next section to the right of L11, or closer to midfield. So where L11 is along the goal line, L12 is around the top of the penalty area. The picture at the top of this post was taken from L12. Here, you also get access to the Code Lounge (right).

Here is a video I shot walking into L12:

Shankly and Paisley Suites, Blocks CE3 and CE7

With this one and the next, you get access to one of these suites, where you enjoy a pregame two-course meal and a cash bar. The seats are upper tier of the Kenny Dailglish Stand, formerly known as the Centenary Stand. This is opposite the Main Stand.

Here’s the view:

Seats in Block CE3 or CE7

Shankly and Paisley Suites, Blocks CE4 and CE6

Same as the above, but with more central seats.

Other Liverpool Hospitality Packages I Occasionally Have Available

Generally speaking, all the above options sell out for each home game. So the broker goes back to the club for more, and this is when more options come into play. Seats are all over the place, and as for the pre- and/or post-game hospitality, one is inside the stadium, a couple are very nearby, and a couple others are across town but come with bus transport to the game.

Reds Bar

This is a bar inside Anfield which you get exclusive access to, with free non-alcoholic beverage, along with with seats in the Lower Dailglish Stand along the goal line. These are the lowest seats I can offer, but being down in the corner they might not appeal to everybody.

Nearby Hospitality Options: Sandon, Village, Isla Gladstone

View from the Upper Anfield Road End, where several of my packages have seating.

For each of these, there is an off-site place where you go for a reception, drinks, food, etc., then you walk about 10 minutes to the stadium.

The Sandon is a club-owned historic pub just down the street from Anfield. On game days, access to it is exclusively for people who have bought into either the Sandon or Village packages. You go there before the game, have something to eat, have access to the bar, then you can go back afterwards for free coffee and tea — and more bar access, of course!

The difference? Sandon offers seats in the Upper Anfield Road End, behind a goal opposite The Kop (see view, right). The Village comes with seats in the Upper Kenny Dailglish, same as the CE3-7 packages above but probably farther towards the goal lines in CE1-2 or CE8-9.

The Isla Gladstone Conservancy is a kind of glass palace in the park between Anfield and Goodison Park, home of Everton FC. For this package, seats are in the Upper Anfield Road End.

Farther Afield: Aintree, Liver Building and Hilton

These are all pretty much the same package: a pregame meal in a different part of town from the stadium, with drinks etc., and then a bus ride to the game about two hours before kickoff. Obviously you don’t have to take that bus, but it’s available. Generally, access to these sites starts about four hours before kickoff, and there’s no access after the game.

The Aintree is a top-notch racecourse, similar to Churchill Downs in the States. The Liver Building is an iconic building down on the waterfront. The Hilton is also down on the waterfront. Aintree and Liver seats are Upper Anfield Road; Hilton is Lower Anfield Road, block 127.

Ready to see Liverpool Play at Anfield? Get In Touch!

I never have all of these available for every game, and at this point (February 2019) the rest of this season is pretty much down to the off-site options. But if you would like more details on any of these, or a quote for a particular game, just get in touch.

I would love to help you see a Liverpool game at Anfield!

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