Available to visit on the day is the interactive museum called “The Liverpool FC Story” which more recently involves the Steven Gerrard collection displaying memorabilia donated by the former captain. You can also see all of the European trophies on display as well as other silverware won by Liverpool football club. You can buy a combined “Museum & Meal” offer ticket that involves visiting the museum and enjoying 2 courses at the Boot Room Sports Café to finish off your day.
Stadium tours are also available to get a guided view on the stadium along with new expanded areas, Klopp’s dugout and the Director’s Box. The Matchday tour is also an option when Liverpool are playing at home which takes approximately an hour and captures the atmosphere of the stadium when the home team is playing.
If you are looking for the tourist experience during the spring or summer you can opt to get the city explorer bus to Anfield from The Albert Dock which is an open top tour bus that will give you a live historical tour on the way to the stadium.
The matchday tour is a must-see: visit the whole stadium, the trophy room and more as you get to revel in the history of one of England’s greatest clubs! Of course, the retail store sells all the kit and memorabilia you could ask for, but it doesn’t come cheap. For something extra cultured, combine your matchday tour with The Beatles Story on the “Rock and Goal Tour”. It’s pretty dope, and very Liverpudlian!
Anfield is a very fan friendly stadium and there are a variety of options to make match day that little bit more special. Liverpool FC Fan Zones can be located in 2 areas, Anfield Road and the Paisley Square. Similar to an American style tailgate, there are food and drink options, live music, entertainment and of course merchandise to buy! An ever-popular option is to take a ‘Match Day Preview Tour’. Costing an affordable £22 for adults and £14 for children, this 45 minute tour takes you through the media area, the players lounge, temporary dressing rooms and even pitch side to the managers dugout where you are more than welcome to sit in the hotseat and take a picture. The ticket will also give you access to the Liverpool FC interactive museum. A full stadium tour including the new players dressing rooms and the walk down the tunnel is schedule to be available in Spring 2017.
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