View the Reds' changing rooms, explore the Players Tunnel with your audio guide and visit the interactive museum of the club.
Discover the football hero inside you as you walk through the new Players Tunnel to the sound of Anfield roar at Liverpool FC Stadium! This audio tour takes you to the exciting atmosphere of a match day at Anfield Stadium. Visit the changing rooms, learn what happens in the press room during a press conference, and visit the club's interactive museum.
Get the best insights from Anfield Stadium with this unique multimedia experience created by lifelong Liverpool fans Dave Kirby and Nicky Allt and told by actor (and scouser) David Morrissey.
During your visit to Anfield, the friendly tour guides and the multimedia device will help you learn more about the history of Liverpool FC, with exclusive footage, interviews and other bonus content.
Then visit the club's interactive museum for more football fun, including the Liverpool FC Story and the Steven Gerrard Collection. If you feel like you've seen everything on the field, hit the Boot Room Sports Café for snacks-ing and relaxing - you earned it!
For security reasons suitcases and other large objects are not allowed.
There is no way to drop off or store large items of luggage on site.
All luggage is checked before entry.
Please note that access to the changing rooms is not possible the day before a home match.
• Audio Guide Tour of Anfield Stadium in 9 languages (English, Spanish, German, French, Italian, Arabic, Thai, Indonesian, Mandarin, British Sign Language)
• Entrance to the interactive museum, The Liverpool FC Story
• Entrance to the exhibition of the collection of Steven Gerrard
Anfield Stadium, Anfield Road, L4 0TH, Liverpool.
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