Liverpool FC's Anfield Stadium and Museum Tour
Witness the magnificence and splendor of one of the greatest football stadiums in history. Touch the famous Liverpool sign, This is Anfield, as you walk down the Players’ Tunnel. Explore Anfield with an audioguide and learn about its rich history. Discover the history of Liverpool F.C. from the club’s fascinating interactive museum!
- Savor incredible panoramic sights of Anfield Stadium from the glorious pitch and revel in its glorious atmosphere.
- Get a chance to visit the dressing rooms, the press room, and the tunnel, usually only reserved for the staff and players.
- Discover the rich history and culture of Liverpool F.C. when you visit the interactive museum and see its numerous exhibits.
Why You Shouldn’t Miss This
Constructed in 1884, Anfield is the home ground of the Liverpool Football Club. It was originally built as Everton Football Club's home ground but was transferred to Liverpool in 1892. It has four stands - Anfield Road, the Main Stand, Sir Kenny Dalglish Stand and the Spion Kop. It currently has a seating capacity for 54,074 people and is one of the largest all-seater stands in Europe. Liverpool FC is one of the most successful English football teams of all time, with 5 European Cups, 3 UEFA Cups, 18 League titles, 8 League Cups, 7 FA Cups and 15 FA Community Shields to its name. It is the 8th most valuable club in the world and is one of the most supported teams in the world. The club’s anthem is, You’ll Never Walk Alone, and is recited every time the players walk out onto the pitch. The passion of Liverpool fans is second to none and is quite apparent during every game.
Enter Anfield Stadium, the home to one of the greatest clubs in English Football, Liverpool F.C. You can immerse yourself in the history of Liverpool F.C. as you walk around the stadium and visit its numerous rooms that are only reserved for players. The Home Team dressing room is spectacularly designed, and the white and red, although simple, makes for a stunning combination. You will get a chance to sit in the seat of your favorite players before you visit the away team dressing room. You will then go to the Press Room, where you can have a mock conference with your tour guide, giving you a feel of the pressure felt by the players and the manager during a press conference. You can imagine the deafening chorus of You’ll Never Walk Alone as you touch the This Is Anfield sign and walk onto the pitch through the Player’s Tunnel. The Anfield pitch is renowned for being one of the best-maintained grounds in England, and the red seating serves as the perfect contrast to the mostly white stadium. Finish off your tour of the stadium with a visit to the museum, where you can learn about Liverpool’s football history through the Liverpool F.C. Story. You can also see their impressive collection of silverware and the Steven Gerrard Collection exhibition, dedicated to the former captain and legend of Liverpool. With this, your Anfield Stadium tour will come to an end.
- Audioguide in eight languages
- Entry to the dressing rooms
- Entry to the press rooms
- Entry to the players' dugout
- Entry to the Club’s museum
Know Before You Go
Children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult. Students must present a valid ID card.
Tours may be cancelled by Liverpool Football Club at short notice, and in such a scenario, alternative dates or a refund will be provided.
The tour runs every day between 10:00 AM and 3:00 PM, except on match days, Christmas and New Year’s Day. The stadium will close at 4:00 PM and the museum closes at 5:00 PM.
Strict Cancellation Policy
This experience cannot be cancelled, amended or rescheduled.
Had a great time with my friends.
The Anfield Stadium and Museum Tour is a great tour that the entire family can enjoy.
The stadium came highly recommended, but I do not think it is worth so much hype.
How To Use Your Tickets
You will receive an email confirmation with your Anfield Stadium and Museum Tour ticket voucher shortly. Please take a printout and display it with a valid photo ID at the meeting point.
Stadium Tours Reception, Anfield, L4 OTH.
How to Get There
Get to 98 Bowring Park Road. Walk for about 4 minutes till you reach Liverpool Lime Street, where you can take the Northern railway to Edge Hill. Walk for about 2 minutes till you reach Edge Hill Station (Stop A). Take Bus 27 (Anfield) to Liverpool F.C. Walk for about a minute till you reach Anfield Stadium.
Anfield Stadium and Museum Tour tickets are only valid for the date and time of the booking.
Stadium Tours Reception , Anfield, London