Where can I park when I come to do a tour?
If you are visiting for a Stadium Tour on a non-matchday,
you can park in Stanley Park car park which is located on the corner of Utting
Avenue and Priory Road (L4 0TQ).
There are also 50 accessible parking spaces in Stanley Car Park.
Please be aware that spaces are limited and available
on a first come first served basis. We advise all fans to park in official
manned car parks only.
If you have a matchday tour booked then please click here
for match day parking information.
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What can I see on the tour?
On the LFC Stadium Tour, you will: Enjoy epic views of the pitch and city landscape from the top level of the Main Stand Visit the state-of-the-art Home Team dressing room Practice your interview technique in the Press Room Pass under the This Is ...
Tour Accessibility FAQ's
Can my carer or personal assistant (PA) visit The LFC Stadium Tour? We offer a complimentary concession ticket for each visitor who may wish to bring along their carer or personal assistant. For more information or support to make a booking, please ...
I am visiting Anfield on a non-matchday. Where can I park?
If you are visiting Anfield, you can park in the Sir Kenny Dalglish Stand car park. The entrance is on Walton Breck Road, L4 0RE. Parking here is free of charge and the area is manned by members of our security staff. All vehicles will be searched at ...
Prenton Park stadium information?
LFC Women play their home matches at Prenton Park, home to Tranmere Rovers FC. Click here to read more about parking and travel. The stadium will open 1 hour prior to kick off. Food concessions will be open inside the stadium where fans can buy the ...
Travel information for Prenton Park
How do I get to Prenton Park? Directions for travelling to Prenton Park can be found here. How far is the stadium from local bus/train stations? The stadium is approximately a 20 minute walk. Is there parking at the stadium? Yes parking is available ...