GPay cannot be downloaded to your Android device
If your country does not allow GPay to be downloaded on your
Android device, please attend the Ticket Office on the day of the match where a
member of staff will be able to help with access to the stadium. Please
note the Ticket Office may be busy on match days so please leave plenty of time.
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NFC Mobile Ticket Access for Android
Here's everything you need to know about accessing Anfield using your NFC mobile ticket. You can read the guide online below, or you can download a copy of the guide at the bottom of this page. How do NFC mobile tickets work? An NFC Pass (Near Field ...
NFC troubleshooting for Android phones
If you are having trouble downloading your NFC ticket from your account page or from an email, we recommend you try these troubleshooting steps, as they may solve your issue: 1. Do you have Google Pay installed, up-to-date, and completely set up? You ...
What devices are compatible with NFC?
Most Android/Google phones and iPhone 6 and above are compatible with NFC technology. Please ensure that you are using the most up-to-date software on your device. If you are using an Android/Google phone, you need to make Google Chrome your default ...
LFCTV GO App FAQ's
How do I download the Official LFCTV GO App? It’s really easy to download the Official LFCTV GO App from your smartphone or tablet device. If you’re using an iPhone, iPad or Apple device just head to the App Store. If you’re on an Android device, ...
Top NFC FAQs
We have collected the most frequent questions from supporters about NFC ticketing in one place, to help you find the information you need. Click on any of the questions above to jump to its answer. 1. How do I download and open my NFC ticket on an ...