Anfield Stadium Tour

Ever wanted to feel the passion and emotion as you emerge from the dugout, the sounds from the roaring kop penetrating your eardrums as cries of ‘You’ll never walk alone’ reverberate around the fascinating stadium home to the might Liverpool Football Club? Well now you can – with the Anfield Tour.

The ‘Anfield Tour With Lunch’ option is the perfect combination of intrigue and awe at the stadium’s facilities and grandeur throughout the stadium tour, with a delicious three course meal in one of the club’s most exclusive executive boxes you’ll be treated like a star before embarking on a trip down the fruitful memory lane of Liverpool’s exciting history in the Museum Tour.

For the super fans amongst us, the ‘Ultimate Anfield Experience’ is a memorable and fascinating Anfield Tour. An action-packed day that features a footballer’s hearty breakfast followed by a stadium tour, a visit to the museum as well as an insight into a Liverpool FC training session with tips and pointers from the team’s top training staff; all finished off with a tasty Footballer’s lunch.

Anfield is a historic football ground rooted in the history of the beautiful game. Built in1884, it became the exclusive home to five-time European Champions Liverpool in 1892 when neighbourhood Merseyside rivals Everton moved out. The famous ground is home four stands including the infamous Spion Kop, the Main Stand, Centenary Stand and the Anfield Road stand, all giving a combined all-seated capacity of 45,276.

Throughout the Anfield tour you can discover the history of this football club as well as discover the impressive facilities that are enjoyed by players, staff, managers and fans in a modern, top-flight football club. You’ll have a chance to live the high life experiencing the top-quality facilities on offer in the exclusive executive boxes. Take a trip down to pitch side and get the view from the managers’ perspective as you survey the 100m x 70m dimensions of the famous Liverpool pitch that has seen so much glory over the years.

Relive the journey taken by current captain Steven Gerrard and the legends before them as you take the trip from the plush dressing rooms, towards the tunnel, touch the legendary ‘This is Anfield’ sign before leading your team – or in this case, a family member of friend – out of the tunnel and onto the famous pitch.

The Anfield Tour is simply a ‘must’ for any true Liverpool fan.