Going to Anfield to support the Reds is an incredible experience! We hope all LFC San Francisco supporters get the chance to make the trip and feel the atmosphere at our home across the pond!
As an Official Liverpool Supporters Club, we have access to a limited number of tickets to Anfield for home league matches. If you would like to request tickets to matches, you need to be an LFC San Francisco member AND and an LFC Official Member (Light, Full, or Youth – International status does not have ticket access).
LFC San Francisco can request tickets twice per season – at the end of June for the first half and at the end of October for the second half. We can request tickets to limited matches so it is first come-first served (you can request second half tickets as soon as the season schedule comes out). When we request tickets, we cannot guarantee that you will get the tickets. Please do not make travel plans before we are allocated tickets for you. If we are allocated the tickets for you, you must purchase them when the time comes (or find another LFCSF member to purchase the ticket). To request tickets or if you have any questions – email us at email@example.com.
Often we get ticket requests outside the request windows. Unfortunately, we cannot request tickets from the club outside the request windows. If you are requesting tickets after the window has closed, your options for tickets are:
- Occasionally, the LFC website will have additional ticket sales for specific matches when they held too many tickets back. Please visit the LFC Website for details.
- LFC Official ticket packages – these are expensive, but the easiest and most reliable way to get tickets. Also, when considering flight/hotel, the cost isn’t too great.
- Thomas Cook Match Breaks – see #2, but less availability than #2 and they seem slightly cheaper for less premium matches
- Ticket brokers – these are cheaper, but we can’t guarantee you won’t get scammed. Please visit our facebook page to see how others have purchased tickets through these other sites. Some people have had success.
Also, matches often get moved for TV or cup matches (in later rounds). When making travel plans, please keep this in mind – spending 4 days in Liverpool during your first visit is highly recommended. Liverpool is a magical city with incredible history and wonderful people (even some blues are nice). Take an Anfield stadium tour, visit the museums (many are free), take a tour of the city, take a cruise across the Mersey, visit the Cavern Club, and do so much more – there is so much to see and do in Liverpool!
You’ll Never Walk Alone!
Secretary, LFC San Francisco