Are you a supporter of The Reds? The 2016-2017 Premier League season begins once more, and so too does Jurgen Klopp's effort to step out of Brendan Rodgers' shadow. Liverpool FC tickets are going to be high in demand, so don’t miss the chance for a once in a lifetime experience! If you're a Liverpool fan, we know it can sometimes be difficult to know where to buy Liverpool FC tickets. Well, you're in luck. Here at Ticketbis, we have plenty of Liverpool tickets for sale.

Liverpool 2016/2017 Season

Premier League 2016/17: Home Games

A​l​l tickets are paid in EUR. Prices in USD are estimated for informative purposes.
Liverpool v Arsenal
4 Mar 2017 - Sat 17:30
Anfield, Liverpool, United Kingdom
4 Mar 2017
Sat 17:30
From USD230.93 €217.54 There are +100 tickets left
From USD230.93 There are +100 tickets left
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Liverpool v Burnley
12 Mar 2017 - Sun 16:00
Anfield, Liverpool, United Kingdom
12 Mar 2017
Sun 16:00
From USD110.17 €103.78 There are +100 tickets left
From USD110.17 There are +100 tickets left
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Liverpool v Everton
1 Apr 2017 - Sat 15:00
Anfield, Liverpool, United Kingdom
1 Apr 2017
Sat 15:00
From USD266.38 €250.93 There are +100 tickets left
From USD266.38 There are +100 tickets left
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Liverpool v Bournemouth
5 Apr 2017 - Wed 20:00
Anfield, Liverpool, United Kingdom
5 Apr 2017
Wed 20:00
From USD110.23 €103.84 There are +100 tickets left
From USD110.23 There are +100 tickets left
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Liverpool v Crystal Palace
22 Apr 2017 - Sat 15:00
Anfield, Liverpool, United Kingdom
22 Apr 2017
Sat 15:00
From USD139.82 €131.71 There are +100 tickets left
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Liverpool v Southampton
6 May 2017 - Sat 15:00
Anfield, Liverpool, United Kingdom
6 May 2017
Sat 15:00
From USD169.65 €159.81 There are +100 tickets left
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Liverpool v Middlesbrough
21 May 2017 - Sun 15:00
Anfield, Liverpool, United Kingdom
21 May 2017
Sun 15:00
From USD215.85 €203.33 There are +100 tickets left
From USD215.85 There are +100 tickets left
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Premier League 2016/17: Away Games

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Leicester City v Liverpool
27 Feb 2017 - Mon 20:00
King Power Stadium, Leicester, United Kingdom
27 Feb 2017
Mon 20:00
From USD152.22 €143.39 There are 42 tickets left
From USD152.22 There are 42 tickets left
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Manchester City v Liverpool
19 Mar 2017 - Sun 16:30
Etihad Stadium, Manchester, United Kingdom
19 Mar 2017
Sun 16:30
From USD117.64 €110.82 There are +100 tickets left
From USD117.64 There are +100 tickets left
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Stoke City v Liverpool
8 Apr 2017 - Sat 15:00
Britannia Stadium, Stoke-on-Trent, United Kingdom
8 Apr 2017
Sat 15:00
From USD169.83 €159.98 There are 39 tickets left
From USD169.83 There are 39 tickets left
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West Brom v Liverpool
16 Apr 2017 - Sun 16:00
The Hawthorns, West Bromwich, United Kingdom
16 Apr 2017
Sun 16:00
From USD125.03 €117.78 There are +100 tickets left
From USD125.03 There are +100 tickets left
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Watford v Liverpool
29 Apr 2017 - Sat 15:00
Vicarage Road Stadium, Watford, United Kingdom
29 Apr 2017
Sat 15:00
From USD211.13 €198.89 There are 61 tickets left
From USD211.13 There are 61 tickets left
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West Ham v Liverpool
13 May 2017 - Sat 15:00
London Stadium, London, United Kingdom
13 May 2017
Sat 15:00
From USD221.74 €208.88 There are +100 tickets left
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Navigating Anfield

Having been Liverpool's home since the very beginning, Anfield has long since been a symbol of Liverpool's prestige and longevity.
Below let's have a look at the stands:

  • Anfield Road Stand
    Standing on the Northern side of the stadium, Anfield Road Stand is where you'll find approximately 2,000 seats all catered for the Away Fan Section (almost half of the lower stand).

  • Centenary Stand
    Situated on the eastern side, the Centenary Stand is where you'll find the executive boxes! The second tier was added in 1992, in celebration of Liverpool's 100-year anniversary, hence the name.

  • KOP Stand
    While Anfield's KOP stand isn't the first of it's kind (One large, steep single tier), Anfield's southern stand is without a doubt the most iconic. This may be due to the stand hosting the most vocal of Liverpool's fans who in turn have earned the nickname "Kopites" for their notable behaviour.

  • Main Stand Stand
    The oldest stand at Liverpool and located on the Western side, the Main Stand has long undergone improvements over the years, and only recently does the stand look to be near completion. Featuring state-of-the-art facilities, three tiers and a widened player tunnel, the Main Stand is looking like the place to be this season!


How to Get to Anfield

With Anfield working extensively with Liverpool's public transport operators, the stadium is well catered for in regards to public transport, while there is the Centenary Stand Car Park, on matchdays you'll find that the car park is reserved to fans with pre-booked parking passes, meaning that the best option is to take either the bus or taxi, usually from the city centre. As always, we recommend you arrive to Anfield early in order to maximise your time at this glorious stadium.

Around the City

Fast, frequent and by far the most convenient, Liverpool's numerous buses to and from Anfield's doorstep are your best bet in regards to both value and ease, with the bus journey to the stadium usually taking around 20-25 minutes. While the dedicated 917 bus service from the city centre (St Johns Lane) is the most convenient, however there's also the services 17a, 17b, 17c (all from Queen Square Bus Station), and the 26 and 27 (from Liverpool ONE Bus Station). All of these bus services will roughly set you back around £1 per journey. There is also the aptly-named "Soccerbus", a convenient shuttle bus, that runs between Sandhills Station and Anfield costing about £1.80 for a return.

Liverpool's main station is Lime Street station, featuring a number of nation-wide connections, of course the station itself is still quite a walk from the stadium, and so it's better to hop on a train to one of the following stations. The closest station to Anfield is actually Kirkdale Station (on the Northern Line towards Ormskirk or Southport), though fans will need to walk at least half an hour before they get to the stadium. As such, visitors preferring the train may find it easier to take the train to Sandhills Station also on the Northern Line, as there's the aforementioned Soccerbus (which can even be obtained at the same time you buy your rail ticket to Sandhills).

In comparison to the relatively expensive taxis down south, taxis are a more or less reasonable affairs in Liverpool, with the average journey from the city centre costing about £10 to £13. This is by far the fastest method, but keep in mind time really varies significantly depending on traffic (with matchdays especially proving to be heavily congested).

While Anfield does discourage driving to the stadium, there is still the possibility to use the parking facilities of rival team Everton's stadium Goodison Park, which is actually only a 15 minutes walk from Anfield. While it's certainly a touch-more stressful, driving there early enough will see you beat the matchday rush-hour(s).
Below you'll find the relevant satnav address:

Liverpool Football Club, Anfield Road, Liverpool, L4 0TH.


Liverpool 2016/17 Results

11th February 2017 Liverpool 2-0 Tottenham Premier League
4th February 2017 Hull City 2-0 Liverpool Premier League
31st January 2017 Liverpool 1-1 Chelsea Premier League
28th January 2017 Liverpool 1-2 Wolves FA Cup
25th January 2017 Liverpool 0-1 Southampton EFL Cup
21st January 2017 Liverpool 2-3 Swansea Premier League
15th January 2017 Manchester United 1-1 Liverpool Premier League
11th January 2017 Southampton 1-0 Liverpool EFL Cup
8th January 2017 Liverpool 0-0 Plymouth Argyle FA Cup
2nd January 2017 Sunderland 2-2 Liverpool Premier League
31st December 2016 Liverpool 1-0 Manchester City Premier League
27th December 2016 Liverpool 4-1 Stoke City Premier League
19th December 2016 Everton 0-1 Liverpool Premier League
14th December 2016 Middlesbrough 0-3 Liverpool Premier League
11th December 2016 Liverpool 2-2 West Ham Premier League
4th December 2016 Bournemouth 4-3 Liverpool Premier League
29th November 2016 Liverpool 2-0 Leeds EFL Cup
26th November 2016 Liverpool 2-0 Sunderland Premier League
19th November 2016 Southampton 0-0 Liverpool Premier League
6th November 2016 Liverpool 6-1 Watford Premier League
29th October 2016 Crystal Palace 2-4 Liverpool Premier League
25th October 2016 Liverpool 2-1 Tottenham EFL Cup
22nd October 2016 Liverpool 4-1 West Bromwich Premier League
17th October 2016 Liverpool 0-0 Manchester United Premier League
1st October 2016 Swansea City 1-2 Liverpool Premier League
24th September 2016 Liverpool 5-1 Hull City Premier League
20th September 2016 Derby County 0-3 Liverpool EFL Cup
16th September 2016 Chelsea 1-2 Liverpool Premier League
10th September 2016 Liverpool 4-1 Leicester City Premier League
27th August 2016 Tottenham 1-1 Liverpool Premier League
23rd August 2016 Burton Albion 0-5 Liverpool EFL Cup
20th August 2016 Burnley 2-0 Liverpool Premier League
14th August 2016 Arsenal 3-4 Liverpool Premier League
7th August 2016 Mainz 4-0 Liverpool Friendly
6th August 2016 Liverpool 4-0 Barcelona International Champions Cup
2nd August 2016 Liverpool 1-2 Roma Friendly
31st July 2016 Liverpool 2-0 AC Milan International Champions Cup
28th July 2016 Chelsea 1-0 Liverpool International Champions Cup
20th July 2016 Huddersfield Town 0-2 Liverpool Friendly
17th July 2016 Wigan Athletic 0-2 Liverpool Friendly
13th July 2016 Fleetwood Town 0-5 Liverpool Friendly
8th July 2016 Tranmere Rovers 0-2 Liverpool Friendly

Liverpool: Made for Anfield

While stadiums typically hold a certain level of importance to a club, only a couple can boast being the sole reason for a team's existence. Going back to the year 1892, Liverpool FC was born through a debate regarding Everton's tenancy of Anfield Stadium. With Everton having stayed in the venue in 1884, a dispute occurred between Anfield's owner (and eventual Mayor of Liverpool) John Houlding and Everton's board of directors. With Houlding wanting to sell the grounds to the club, and the club wanting to rent the grounds on a long-term basis, suffice to say a common ground could not be found. When the deal fell through, Everton left Anfield to eventually find Goodison Park and an even more unperturbed Houlden decided to form his own team to occupy his now-vacant stadium.

Of course, while Houlden certainly had the business savvy, the club most remembers John McKenna who stood loyally by Houlding, and eventually kept and held Liverpool together for the following 30 years. Taking Liverpool rapidly up to the top of the English football league, many of Liverpool's players were originally recruited from Scotland and lead to the nickname "Team of all the Macs" due to the number of Scottish surnames. In fact with the team first being denied a chance to play in the Football League, they settled for a spot in the Lancashire League, where upon their first competitive game, Liverpool destroyed their opposition Higher Walton, with an extraordinary 8-0.

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