Liverpool 2022/23 Anfield Tickets: What You Need to Know

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Another thrilling season is just around the corner for Liverpool Football Club at Anfield. Jurgen Klopp's Reds are expected to provide plenty of entertainment and memorable moments, with hopes of adding more silverware to their...

Another thrilling season is just around the corner for Liverpool Football Club at Anfield. Jurgen Klopp's Reds are expected to provide plenty of entertainment and memorable moments, with hopes of adding more silverware to their collection. However, securing tickets to experience the action live can be a challenging task. In this article, we will explore everything you need to know about Anfield tickets for the upcoming 2022/23 season.

Ticket Prices

The good news for fans is that season ticket prices at Anfield have remained frozen for the seventh consecutive year. This demonstrates the club's commitment to providing affordable access to loyal supporters. Single match ticket prices are also expected to remain unchanged. The highest-priced adult ticket is £59 (Main Stand), while the lowest-priced ticket is £37 (Kop). Local ticket holders have the opportunity to purchase tickets for as little as £9. Over 65 tickets are priced at a maximum of £44, and young adults can secure tickets for £29.50, both for seats in the Main Stand.

Members

For those without season tickets, becoming a member of Liverpool Football Club is your key to accessing tickets for all competitions. However, it is important to note that membership does not guarantee you a ticket. All members must register their interest during two sale periods: one in July for games until December 31, and another in November for the remaining home games. Members with at least 13 credits from the 2018/19 or 2019/20 seasons are guaranteed tickets. Members with 12 or fewer credits must enter a ballot for each selected match.

To register their interest for league tickets in the first half of the season, members can visit Liverpool's website from Monday, July 4 at 10 am (BST) until Thursday, July 7 at 7:30 am. Tickets for cup competitions are advertised on a game-by-game basis, with priority given to those with credits from the 2019/20 season. If you're starting fresh, keep an eye on Liverpool's ticket page for sale times, late availability, and sales without the need for credits.

Auto-Cup Scheme

The Auto-Cup Scheme is available for both season ticket holders and members. This scheme covers all cup campaigns, including the Champions League, FA Cup, and League Cup. Once approved, you will remain in the scheme for the duration of Liverpool's participation in each competition. Your payments will be automatically taken, and your assigned Anfield seat will remain the same. Eligibility for the 2022/23 Auto-Cup Scheme is based on home credits from the 2019/20 season. Season ticket holders and members can enroll in one, two, or all three competitions, subject to availability.

Anfield Road End Extension

Exciting developments are underway at Anfield, with the capacity set to increase to 61,015 by the 2023/24 season. However, the extension of the Anfield Road end will not be completed in time for the upcoming 2022/23 campaign. The construction work is progressing as planned, with the structure being built behind the existing stand. The truss will be put in place, and the roof will be removed before the extension joins the existing stand. While there may be further developments throughout the season, it's an exciting prospect to witness the transformation of Anfield.

As anticipation builds for the upcoming season, securing tickets to Anfield remains a challenge. However, by understanding the ticketing process, becoming a member, and exploring options like the Auto-Cup Scheme, fans can increase their chances of experiencing the electric atmosphere and supporting Liverpool Football Club at their beloved Anfield. So gear up, get ready, and prepare to be part of the action as the Reds aim for another successful season.

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