Anfield Stadium is the home of Liverpool Football Club. Soak up the atmosphere on a tour of the legendary Anfield Stadium and Museum or, if you're visiting the city at a weekend, watch a match.
Liverpool Football Stadia
Liverpool’s passion for football is famous worldwide, and in Liverpool and Everton , the city can boast two of the English game’s most historically successful football teams. Much like the city’s two cathedrals, the team’s stadiums are within walking distance of each other, meaning a visit to both is easily possible. Tickets for games can be tricky to come by, but if you can get hold of one, soak up the unique atmosphere of some of the world’s grandest old stadia.
What makes it special
The museum at Anfield is open 7 days a week, 9am-5pm and last admission 4pm. The last admission on match days is 1 hour before kick-off and the museum closes 45 minutes before kick off.
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