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WELCOME TO ANFIELD
The home of Liverpool FC
LFC prides itself on being inclusive and working with all its supporters.
We recognise that disabled supporters may need assistance to fully enjoy the experience at Anfield Stadium and offer a variety of reasonable adjustments based on individual needs, not their disability. This guide has been designed to ensure that you have all the information you need to help you plan your journey to Anfield.
Anfield Stadium is located about 2 miles north of Liverpool city centre (a 10 minute car journey away) in a residential area of Liverpool. Address: Anfield Road, Liverpool, L4 0TH. The stadium has four stands: the Kop, Main Stand, Centenary Stand and Anfield Road. The Anfield Road Stand and Centenary Stand are two-tiered, while the Kop and Main Stand are single-tiered. Leading up to the ground, the majority of road surfaces are level and as you enter the stadium gates, all surfaces are paved and accessible.
We offer an array of accessible services and facilities across the stadium ? full details are included in this guide. In addition, we have a welcoming Fan Support Team who can be easily identified by a prominent information flag. We also have LFC Stewards wearing high visibility jackets who are on hand around the ground to help you make the most of your matchday experience.
We look forward to welcoming you to Anfield.
CONTACTING THE CLUB
If you have any queries or require assistance please contact our team on +44 (0) 151 264 2500 selecting the relevant option for disabled supporters, and a member of staff will be more than happy to assist. Alternatively you can contact us via email at disability@. We aim to respond to all emails within 5 working days.
Liverpool Football Club has a dedicated team to provide advice and information to disabled supporters. For the most up to date information regarding ticket sales, please visit our Accessibility ticketing page. tickets
GETTING TO THE GROUND
Anfield is located within a residential area. The majority of the surrounding area around the ground is flat, however if you are travelling from the County Road area (by Goodison Park) you may find that the uphill walk to the Stadium is quite steep. Liverpool Football Club takes great pride in welcoming visitors to our ground. We have received a prestigious award from `Visit Football' for our warm and friendly welcoming and we want to ensure that we provide you with all the information you need to help you prepare for your visit.
For more details on how to get to the ground, please view our Visiting Anfield Guide. This guide has been put together for all visitors to Anfield and provides useful information on how to get to the ground, things to do when at the ground, places to eat and drink and facilities offered at the stadium. The guide is presented in a PDF format which can be printed and brought with you to the game.
We have updated some of the information we provide in different formats to ensure that the information we provide is accessible to all.
Online `Accessibility' FAQS which are printed in a size 16 font.
Large print matchday programmes. To make a request, please contact a member of our Accessibility Team by calling +44 (0)151 264 5000 (selecting the relevant option for disabled supporters) or email: disability@.
Programmes are available in alternative formats upon request.
Large print menus are available at catering kiosks within the ground. These menus are printed in black size 16 fonts and are presented on a yellow background. Just ask a member of the Catering Team for a copy on the day of the game.
Induction loops are fitted in the ticket office and retail store.
Main Stand Entrance
Premier Club & Reds Entrance
The Boot Room
PLAN OF THE STADIUM
To catch a glimpse of the view from your seat, view our seating plan.
BRINGING MEDICATION TO THE GROUND
If you are attending the ground with oxygen please ensure that you make staff aware before you arrive by calling +44 (0)151 264 2500.
CAR PARKING FACILITIES AND ARRIVAL ACCESSIBLE PARKING
For our disabled supporters, we currently have a limited number of spaces available on a match by match basis.
If you would like to apply for a car park pass please make a note of this on your ticket application or contact us on +44 (0)151 264 2500, selecting the option for disabled supporters.
If we are able to provide a car park space, it will be located in Stanley Park Car Park where we have 30 accessible car park spaces located at the far end (close to the ground).
The wheelchair bays in Stanley Park Car Park are 2.4m x 4.8m and the commute from the car park to the ground is roughly 5 minutes. The Stanley Park Car Park surfaces are tarmacked level and wheelchair friendly. The street lights pave the route from Stanley Park Car Park to the ground.
If you have a confirmed parking space, you will be notified of your location by a confirmation letter which will be sent approximately two weeks prior to the game being played.
Please note due to the limited spaces, priority will go to wheelchair users. Due to limited capacity we cannot offer parking to visiting supporters.
We have a temporary drop-off point for disabled supporters located on Anfield Road, at the head of the central reservation of Utting Avenue between Arkles Road and Wylva Road, L4.
MATCHDAY ACCESS ARRANGEMENTS: WHAT FANS NEED TO KNOW
WALTON LANE SOCCER BUS
OBAN ROAD ARGYLE ROAD
Anfield Rd, Sleepers Hill Junction ROAD CLOSED
1 hour before kick off
Access for Residents Only
SAKER STREET NORGATE STREET ATWOOD ST
GORST STREET BALFOUR STREET
Demolition Area NO ACCESS
BURNAND STREET PULFORD STREET
Walton Breck Rd, Skerries Rd Junction
ROAD CLOSED 1 hour before kick off
WALTON BRECK ROAD 917 SERVICE
BURLEIGH ROAD BURLEIGH ROAD SOUTH
LFC Directors Club Officials
Carlsberg Lounge Legends Lounge
Recommended Pedestrian Route No Pedestrian Through Road Road Closed 1 Hour Before Kick Off Vehicle Road Closure Point
++++ Ticket Collection Booth Located outside the Main Stand entrance
Produced November 2015
BAGNALL STREET BALTIC STREET HOSLPIFTCATLIETMYPMOARRARQYUEE OLUATKSIEDESBTRROAEDECTAST VEHICLES
OAKDENE ELDERDALE ROAD ROAD
Stadium Expansion Site
LFC OPERATED CAR PARK
Anfield Rd, Arkles Lane Junction ROAD CLOSED
1 hour before kick off
LFC Disabled Drop off point
WATFORD SUNBURY ROAD
Skerries Rd Junction
1 hour before kick off
Direction of Vehicular Movement
Temporary Hospitality Marquee Stadium access
Soccer Bus Stop
917 Express Service (Picks up from Sleepers Hill, Walton Breck Road junction)
LFC First teambus arrival 1.5 hours prior to kick off via Main Stand
ANFIELD ROAD OAKFIELD ROAD
Disabled Parking Spaces (Available on Stanley Park) T=(NDhMoueDruivnIsNKgeeOhouCRmiplcoWls&eIuCTrAeoRcuPOrceACerDioesVdnsAstLr)eL,ERYeRtaOilASDtore,
WALTON BRECK ROAD Boot Room Sports Cafe & Ticket
LFC Family Park Open 3 hours prior to kick off
Pedestrian Route (Stanley Park to the Hospitality MarqueeO) AKFIELD ROAD
CLAPHAM ROAD FELTWELL ROAD THURSTON ROAD
? The entrance to the purpose-built Hospitality Marquee is located off Walton Breck Road, a short walk from the Main Stand.
? LFC Hosts will be on hand to accompany hospitality guests from the marquee to their seat. ? Hospitality Ticket Collection booth is located outside the entrance to the Main Stand.
? No access via Back Rockfield Road, Bagnall Street and Baltic Street by foot or vehicle. Access to Anfield Stadium is via Anfield Road and Walton Breck Road.
? The temporary closure of Anfield Road will pause on a matchday, as routine road closures (1 hour prior to kick-off) are reinstated during the 2015/16 season.
? Changes to routine closures on Walton Breck Road (1 hour prior to kick-off) will be in place during the 2015/16 Season. Mersey Travel services will be re-routed along existing matchday diversion routes.
? There will be no changes to taxi and disabled drop-off points or key bus services including Mersey Travel's Soccer Bus and 917 services.
? If we are able to provide a car park space, it will be located at Stanley Park Car Park. ? Please allow extra time for your journey to and from Anfield Stadium.
TICKET OFFICE DISABILITY DEFINED
The Equality Act 2010 defines a disabled person as someone with a physical or mental impairment which has a substantial and long-term adverse effect on his or her ability to carry out normal day-to-day activities.
To ensure that the Club treats everyone fairly and to enable us to take the particular circumstances of disabled supporters into account when allocating seats, the Club requires all applicants for seating which has been allocated for the specific use of disabled supporters to produce either
(1) confirmation of their entitlement to the medium or higher rate care component of Disability Living Allowance ("DLA"), or (2) a letter from their GP confirming that they are a disabled person with a recognised impairment that requires extra help. Reference throughout this guide to a "disabled supporter" is a reference to a person who can provide this confirmation.
The Ticket Office is located in the Kop end of the Stadium, on Walton Breck Road. The postcode for the stadium is L4 0TH.
Upon entering the Paisley Gates the office is to the left of the Stadium, past the Bill Shankly Statue.
There are no steps/ramps and the floor is flat concrete with block paving directly in front of the Ticket Office.
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