|20 676 (Main Stand)|
|9074 (Anfield Road End)|
|11 762 (Sir Kenny Dalglish Stand)|
|12 850 (The Kop)|
|Renovations||1895, 1903, 1906, 1928, 1957, 1963, 1973, 1982, 1992, 1994, 1998, 2014-2016|
|Record attnedance||61 905 (Liverpool - Wolves, 02/01/1952)|
|Design||Archibald Leitch (1906), KSS Group (2014-2016)|
|Address||Anfield Road, Liverpool, L4 0TH|
Anfield – stadium description
Although it operates since 1884, the first tenant was not LFC, but Everton. But since the club could not buy the ground from its owner, they moved to Goodison Park. The move left John Orrell with an empty stadium so he launched Liverpool FC. The club started playing in 1892 and by 1906 already had 2 championships on their account. During that time three new stands were raised.
In 1928 history of the world's most famous stand began, as The Kop was expanded to accomodate 30,000 standing fans. For decades this has been the central point for Liverpool FC fanbase. Further redevelopments allowed the club to achieve a record audience of over 61,000 in 1952 and play their first game with floodlights in 1957.
Crucial changes came in the 90's as a result of Taylor Report, published after Hillsborough disaster. Currently the stadium comemorises 96 victims of that day with an eternal flame. Legendary manager Bill Shankly also has his place at Anfield with a monument and a gate named after him.
In 2014-2016 the stadium underwent its largest partial reconstruction to date. The western main stand grew from one to three tiers, dominating the stadium and landscape. Thanks to this change, LFC are able to invite over 50,000 fans for the first time since conversion to all-seating capacity. The club also has outline planning permission for similar expansion to follow along Anfield Road (north end).
Work began on September 30, 2021 and is expected to be completed before the 2023/2024 season. After the expansion, the capacity of the entire stadium will increase to 61,000 spectators.
How Anfield compares to other Premier League stadiums?
England: Anfield tour shines with Tripadvisor's Travelers' Choice Award
Liverpool FC's iconic Anfield stadium tour has once again been spotlighted, securing a place in Tripadvisor's 2023 Travelers' Choice top 10% of global attractions. LFC stadium tour provides two engaging options for visitors.
England: Liverpool to lose millions due to delays at Anfield Road End
The slippage picked up by the redevelopment of the stand at Liverpool's home ground means that significantly fewer fans could attend the Reds' matches. With the enlargement of the stand on the Anfield Road side, the stadium's capacity is due to exceed 60,000 spectators. Meanwhile, it is currently significantly reduced and Liverpool is losing money.
England: Liverpool and Everton unite after tragedy
On Saturday, at Anfield, Liverpool fans offered a heartfelt tribute to Michael Jones, an Everton supporter who tragically lost his life during construction work at Everton's new stadium.
England: The new stand at Anfield delayed
The revamped stand at Liverpool's stadium was due to be ready for the start of the Premier League season. However, The Reds authorities announced today that this will not happen. Anfield for the first match of the 2023/24 campaign will have limited capacity and the new stand will be opened in stages.
England: Anfield Road Stand with half the roof - Liverpool construction report
Ten years ago it was decided that Liverpool FC would stay at Anfield. Now work is well underway at the 19th century venue and the end of the season means work on the site is intensifying. What changes can be seen at The Reds' stadium?
Liverpool: Anfield Road and the surrounding area are taking shape
Work on Liverpool's stadium has been underway since mid-2021 and progress has been pleasing fans so far. However, there is a long way to go before the expansion is complete. Work is also set to extend to the stadium's surroundings.
England: Stadium rises will affect Premier League clubs
The value of almost all 20 stadiums owned by teams playing in the Premier League has recently increased. As a result, clubs will face multi-million pound tax increases involving their infrastructure.
Liverpool: How is work progressing at Anfield?
It's been over a year since the construction work began on The Reds' stadium. Back then, the idea of increasing the capacity of the stands lit up Jürgen Klopp and the fans, and the current implementation continues to excite.
England: Meet the 2022/23 Premier League stadiums!
Much to the delight of fans, the new English Premier League season will kick off on Friday, August 5. On this occasion, we would like to introduce you to the stadiums where the footballers of the world's best league will soon be playing. Get your English tea in hand and let's get started!
England: Safe standing trials in Premier League and Championship
There has been talk for some time about introducing safe standing in the two highest leagues in the country. In 2019, the government assured about the imminent change of the regulations, but these were not introduced until 2 years later.
Liverpool: Second life of bottles from Anfield
More and more clubs get sustainability-oriented. The latest initiative seems impressive, seeing LFC together with SC Johnson decided to collect the event plastic and repurpose it to create new Mr Muscle trigger bottles.
Liverpool: Anfield Road expansion about to start!
Groundbreaking ceremony will take place within the next few days. Less than two years later, Anfield’s capacity will reach 61,000 thanks to the new, large Anfield Road Stand.
England: Chaos outside Anfield as new ticketing system fails
Liverpool’s decision to drop paper tickets was met with mixed reactions but the first test game with the new system was a disaster for many fans. Thousands were queuing, unable to gain entry, as the game was about to begin.
Liverpool: As expected, green light for bigger Anfield!
After a rather brief session, the city council today approved the proposed Anfield Road Stand expansion. By late 2023 the stadium should thus reach 61,000 seats.
Liverpool: Good news for the Reds, Anfield Road to grow?
61,000 seats would make Anfield the third or fourth largest stadium across Premier League. Whether this happens is now dependent on the city council, decision could come next week.
England: Anfield with digital tickets from the next season
As Liverpool FC expects to welcome a full crowd back to Anfield next season, the club is already working on some changes to matchdays. The Reds have made all their tickets digital starting the new campaign.
European Super League: What could change stadium-wise?
Earthquake of historic proportions or a failed attempt at secession? Europe’s top club are attempting to flee UEFA’s supervision and no longer share revenue from international games. Their gain could come at a massive price for others.
United Kingdom: Will they bring football home in 2030 again?
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has recently supported the potential candidacy of the UK and Ireland for the FIFA 2030 World Cup. The formal process for a prospective five-association bid will be opened in 2022.
Liverpool: The Reds back to Anfield Road Stand revamp
Liverpool FC set readiness to resume the procedure for the Anfield Road Stand development. After being forced to delay work amid the coronavirus crisis, £60 million upgrade will deliver around 7,000 extra seats, up to 61,000.
COVID-19 crisis: English supporters to return in October?
The government is preparing to reopen sports stadiums across the UK. While first trial events will take place in just 2 weeks, all stadiums could be open again only from October onwards.