Liverpool - Anfield
Away Travel Guide
Address : Anfield Road, Liverpool, L4 OTH
Telephone : 0151 263 2361
Tickets : 0151 260 8680
Clubcall : 09068 121184
Anfield is two miles north of Liverpool city centre, close to Stanley Park. There is car parking at nearby Goodison Park, otherwise use street parking. It's far to walk from Lime Street Station.
From The North:
Take the M6 motorway until Junction 28, then turn off onto the A58 and follow signs for Liverpool, and then take the A580 into Walton Hall Avenue. Go past Stanley Park and then turn left into Anfield Road for the ground.
From The South:
Take the M6 and turn off at Junction 21a onto the M62 and then take Junction 6 onto the M57. Then two junctions later turn off onto the A580, turning left onto Walton Hall Avenue and then turn onto Anfield Road for the ground.
From The East:
Take the M6 motorway and then the M62. follow it until it's end and then turn right onto the A5058 Queens Drive. After four miles turn left onto the A580 into Walton Hall Avenue for the ground. Go past Stanley Park and then turn left into Anfield Road for the ground.
From The West:
Take the Mersey Tunnel into Liverpool City Centre and follow signs for Preston (A580) into Walton Hall Avenue for the ground. Go past Stanley Park and then turn left into Anfield Road for the ground.
Lime Street Railway Station is in the town centre, two miles from Goodison Park, too far to walk. Trains go from Liverpool Central Station (a short walk from Lime Street station) to Bank Hall, Walton which is a 10 minute walk from the ground. There are several buses from the city centre to within walking distance of the ground (17, 217 from Stand L outside Lime Street Station).
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A contact number has been set up for supporters to call if you hear or see discrimination of any kind taking place.
If you hear it, report it.
During the match, you can TEXT 07894 937 793
After the match, you can CALL 020 7386 3355
The following articles must not be brought within the Ground - knives, fireworks, smoke canisters, air-horns, flares, weapons, dangerous or hazardous items, laser devices, bottles, glass vessels, cans, poles and any article that might be used as a weapon and/or compromise public safety. Any person in possession of such items will be refused entry to the Ground.
Supporters are advised they will not be allowed to enter through the turnstiles with bottles with tops on; they will be able to enter with plastic bottles providing the top is removed.
Bringing in banners must be agreed in advance.
Electronic tablets and cameras are allowed in the stadium, however large professional cameras and equipment will not be permitted (for example 500mm lens cameras and tripods).
There are no facilities at Anfield to store luggage.