Liverpool FC has played at Anfield Stadium since its formation. Anfield was built in 1884 on the land adjacent to Stanley Park and was originally used by Everton FC. Everton left Anfield in 1892 after a dispute, and Houlding formed Liverpool FC to occupy the ground.
This historic stadium is very special to Liverpool fans and the pre-match atmosphere is tremendous. The song, “You’ll Never Walk Alone”, is belted out by the Anfield faithful before every match, and is a spine-tingling occasion for both the players and fans. The Kop is regarded by many Liverpool fans as not only having the best atmosphere inside the stadium, but also one of the best views of the action on the pitch.
It’s a good idea to plan your route to Anfield in advance to ensure you arrive at your designated entry time. Public transport is the easiest way to reach the game. The bus is fast and frequent, taking you to and from Anfield and Liverpool City Centre in about 15 minutes.
Use the Anfield seating plan to find the best seats in the house.