• Anfield Stadium Tour

    Visit the home of Liverpool FC


  • Explore with audio handsets for an immersive experience
  • Marvel at pitch views & city skyline
  • Engage with expert guides
  • Visit the Home Team Dressing Room
  • Experience the iconic Player’s Tunnel
  • Behind-the-scenes access to exclusive areas like the Player’s Tunnel and Dressing Rooms
  • Live guides and audio guides to enhance the tour experience
  • A visit to the Main Stand for views of the pitch and Liverpool’s skyline
  • Immersive technology to simulate the atmosphere of matchdays
  • Exploration of key areas: Press Conference Room, This Is Anfield sign, Player’s Tunnel, Managerial Dugout, Dressing Rooms
  • Use of a multimedia handset for an interactive tour experience
  • Insights into Liverpool FC’s history and heritage
  • Entry to The Liverpool FC Story, the club’s interactive museum
  • Access to the exhibition celebrating the 19/20 season squad’s achievements
  • Exclusive viewing of The Jamie Carragher Collection, debuting in Summer 2023
  • The Two Local Lads Who Shook The Kop exhibit, features the Steven Gerrard Collection.

Explore Anfield Stadium and dive into Liverpool FC’s rich history at our fun, interactive museum. You’ll get exclusive access to cool spots like the Player’s Tunnel and Dressing Rooms, with friendly guides and handy audio guides to help you along the way.

Start in the Main Stand for some great pitch views and Liverpool’s skyline. Feel the excitement of matchdays with some awesome immersive technology.

Discover the club’s legendary past and check out must-see spots like the Press Conference Room, the iconic This Is Anfield sign, Player’s Tunnel, Managerial Dugout, and the Dressing Rooms.

New multimedia handsets make the tour even better, and stadium guides are always around for a chat or to answer any of your questions.

Your ticket also gets you into The Liverpool FC Story, our interactive museum.

Don’t miss the vibrant exhibition celebrating the 19/20 season squad’s fantastic achievements and, new for Summer 2023, The Jamie Carragher Collection. It’s part of the Two Local Lads Who Shook The Kop exhibit, alongside the Steven Gerrard Collection – a real treat for all Liverpool FC fans.

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Wheelchair Access
All Anfield stadium tours have wheelchair access.

Carers are entitled to free entry as long as they bring proof with them.

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The Anfield stadium tour lets you experience the home of the most successful club in English football.

Gain enthralling insights into Anfield’s illustrious history and Liverpool FC’s plans for a great future.

On this tour, you will be taken to previously unseen parts of the stadium, and get the chance to appreciate the atmosphere from the finest seats in the arena. As you enter onto the pitch area and turn to your right you will wonder at the sight of the greatest terrace in football, the Spion Kop.

A visit to the Anfield Press Room is another fantastic opportunity during the Anfield stadium tour. Here an interactive experience will enable you to follow in the paths of legends such as Shankly, Paisley, and King Kenny Dalglish. You can also visit the dressing room used by the current great team.

Before or after the Anfield Stadium Tour remember to pop into the Boot Room Sports Cafe.

This will be a memorable trip with wonderful photo chances at every turn.


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Frequently Asked Questions

The duration of the tour can vary, but it generally takes around 1 to 2 hours to fully enjoy all aspects.

It’s highly recommended to book your tour in advance due to high demand and limited availability, especially during peak times.

It’s recommended to arrive at least 30 minutes before your scheduled tour time, especially if you need to find parking or collect tickets.

Parking fees may apply, and it’s best to check the current rates and availability on the Liverpool FC website or by contacting the stadium directly.

Anfield is well-served by public transport. You can take buses from Liverpool city centre, which have stops near the stadium. The nearest train stations are Lime Street and Sandhills, and from there, you can catch a soccer bus or a taxi to the stadium.

Anfield Stadium strives to be accessible to all visitors, but it’s recommended to check in advance for specific accessibility needs.

Yes, photography is generally allowed in most areas of the tour for personal use, but restrictions may apply in certain sections.

You’ll explore exclusive areas like the Player’s Tunnel, Dressing Rooms, Press Conference Room, and Managerial Dugout, and get to see the iconic This Is Anfield sign.

The multimedia handset offers an interactive layer to your tour, providing additional information, insights, and a more engaging experience.

Yes, knowledgeable live guides and audio guides are available to enhance your experience and provide insightful information.

Yes, your ticket includes access to The Liverpool FC Story, the club’s interactive museum.

The museum features exhibitions like the celebration of the 19/20 season squad’s achievements and The Jamie Carragher Collection, part of the Two Local Lads Who Shook The Kop exhibit.

Yes, there are bicycle racks available near the stadium. However, space is limited, and it’s recommended to secure your bike properly.

The tour uses immersive technology to simulate the electrifying atmosphere of matchdays at Anfield.

Yes, there is parking available. However, it’s limited and can be especially constrained on matchdays or during events. It’s advisable to arrive early or consider alternative transportation.

On matchdays, there are often special ‘soccer buses’ running from the city centre and other key points. For tours on non-matchdays, check local bus services for your best options.

Yes, taxis and ride-sharing services are a convenient way to get to Anfield. There are designated drop-off and pick-up points around the stadium.

Yes, Anfield Stadium provides accessible parking spaces for visitors with disabilities. It’s advisable to contact the stadium in advance to ensure availability.

Taxis are generally available around the stadium, especially after tours or events. However, it might be wise to pre-book during busy times.

Some hotels in Liverpool offer shuttle services to Anfield on matchdays. It’s best to check with the hotel at the time of booking for this service.

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