Liverpool Football Club Stadium Tour
Can I kick it? No you can’t. But with a Liverpool Football Club stadium tour fans can walk through the players tunnel. However, that’s as close as you’ll get to playing on the hallowed pitch.
The Anfield stadium tours allow you to walk in the footsteps of your favourite players and managers with a visit to the home team dressing room and a trip to the Dugout where you can sit in Klopp’s seat for a photo opportunity.
You’ll also pass under the famous This Is Anfield sign, practise your interview technique in the Press Room, head up to the top level of the Main Stand for unrivalled views of the pitch and the city, and take in the views and the atmosphere from The Kop.
Tour tickets include entry to the Club’s interactive museum, The Liverpool FC Story and a chance to see the Boom Room, a relatively new exhibition celebrating the history-making achievements of the 2019/20 season squad.
Take a look at Liverpool FC’s impressive collective of silverware and keep your fingers crossed your team will add to it again before long.
On matchdays the museum will close 30 minutes before the kick-off time and last admission to the museum is one hour before kick-off. Matchday tours do not include admission to the game. Unfortunately, the dressing rooms and the Press Room are also out of bounds for obvious reasons.
Museum visits which don’t include a tour are also available.