Ground: Anfield
Address: Liverpool Football Club
Anfield Road
L4 0TH
Phone: 0151 263 2361
Official Web site:
Other Web sites:

By car:
From South: Exit M6 at junction 21 a (s/p M62 Liverpool, M57 Southport) and follow Liverpool signs onto the M62. After 10.7 miles, exit M62 at junction 6 (s/p A5080 Huyton, M57 Bootle, Southport and All Docks). At roundabout turn right (s/p Bootle, Southport M57) onto M57. After 5.3 miles, exit M57 (s/p Knowsley and Industrial Park, Bootle). At roundabout, follow signs to Bootle, Liverpool A580 onto the A580. Pass Showcase Cinema on LHS after 1.8 miles. After further 1.9 miles, turn left (s/p Ring Road A5058, Widnes A561, Warrington) onto the A5058. At next major lights after 0.6 miles, turn right (s/p Anfield, Football Car Park, Liverpool FC, Everton FC) into Utting Avenue. After 0.7 mile, having passed under railway bridge, turn right at crossroads/lights (opposite Hamilton House, s/p Football Car Park) into Priory Road. Car Park and ground are on left hand sife.
From North: Exit M6 at junction 23 (s/p Manchester, Liverpool A580). At roundabout follow signs to Liverpool A580 onto the A580 dual carriageway. After 10.1 miles, pass under the M57, and 1.4 miles further on, past the Showcase Cinema complex on left hand side. After further 1.9 miles turn left (s/p Ring Road A5058, Widnes A561, Warrington) onto the A5058. Then as From South.

By rail:
From Railway Station (Lime Street): Though Lime Street is the nearest railway station to Anfield it is still a 2.2 mile walk, and not pleasant either, mostly uphill and through the inner city. Best option is to catch a bus from the centre - see below.

By bus:
Bus Nos. 17, 26, 27 and 217 run from the city centre to Anfield.

Trouble Factor:
Very safe ground to visit. Tensions only seem to rise when Manchester United are in town.

Fans Comments:

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Car Parking:
Anyone arriving to watch Everton will have found car parking in the area a nightmare. Well, if you are arriving to watch Liverpool then your nightmare just got worse.
The main problem over Everton games is that Liverpool FC rents many of the spaces in the Stanley Park car park for officials, guests etc, leaving only 300 for the general public. Hence, the car-park, which is very secure, is usually full three hours before the game.
Parking at Goodison Park is available on Liverpool matchdays (entrance off Bullens Road) and there's a 300-space match-day car park by the King Harry pub on Anfield Road (corner of Blessington Road).
Street parking is limited, with strictly-enforced residents' parking schemes. And though it may be an overused stereotype for Liverpudlians, car crime is rife on match days.

There are a lot of pubs in the area around Anfield and Goodison Park and pleasantly, most allow a good mix of home and away fans. The pubs nearest the ground tend to get very full, those wanting a quieter drink may prefer to move further away from the grounds.


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