OFFICIAL: Liverpool announce ticket details for new stand at Anfield

Fans have been informed of the changes on the official website.

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As you may know, Anfield is expanding and will welcome many more supporters to their home games for the 2023/24 season.

The club’s official website has announced a full breakdown of how tickets will be allocated for the shiny new Anfield Road Stand.

The expansion will be completed during the summer and so all new ticket rules will begin next campaign.

The allocation for the new tickets will be as follows:

  • 1,000 new season tickets
  • 3,000 general admission
  • A new young adults section in the lower tier
  • Most expensive single adult ticket to cost £54, cheapest £30

The official news will undoubtedly serve as a disappointment to those fans who want to become match-goers as they have been spent many years on the waiting list to get their hands on a season ticket.

Anfield’s expansion will see an increase of 7,000 supporters able to attend games, but many have been left pondering what happens to the remaining 3,000 seats.

On, the statement read:

“The expansion will see around 1,000 new season tickets allocated and more than 3,000 new general admission tickets per game for the Members sale. It will also have a new young adult section in the lower tier, behind the goal.

“It will mean a doubling of the number of tickets available to young supporters in the Anfield Road Stand, with more than a quarter of all seats set aside for younger fans.”

There were previous indications from the club that an extra 1,800 seats would be available in the hospitality section, which would include a sports bar lounge.

This would still mean that 1,200 seats were not being accounted for and there are now questions being asked of how these seats will be use next season.

Liverpool also updated fans on the changes the club have made to the ticket pricing structure, with the club ending the eight-year freeze on ticket prices.

The Anfield faithful will see an increase of 2% in the price of a ticket meaning that the most expensive adult ticket will be priced at £54, with the cheapest £24 cheaper at £30.

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