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Craig S:

Liverpool FC has released the following ticket details for the Champions League fixture with Atletico Madrid at Estadio Metropolitano on Tuesday October 19.

The match will kick off at 9pm local time.

The club has received an allocation of 3,306 tickets for this all-ticket fixture.

In line with UEFA guidelines a further 200 top category seats have been allocated to be used as part of the players' allocation and staff, travelling club staff and VIPs.

Supporters not in possession of a ticket are urged not to travel.

Important information before purchasing

Please only buy a ticket if you plan to attend the game.

As previously stated, tickets purchased this season will not be used as credits in future seasons. This policy is still in place and will not be changed this season.

As a result of the ongoing pandemic impact, we will not be using this game as a credit during the current season either. We do not want supporters to feel obliged to travel when they do not feel comfortable doing so.

This policy will be reviewed on a game-by-game basis during the competition this season, with detailed information ahead of each game.

COVID-19 latest in Spain

As at the date of this notice, the allocation of visitor tickets to LFC is at the sole discretion of the host club in Spain.

As a result, the allocation of visitor tickets could be subject to change depending on several factors, including the position of the host club on travelling supporters and the latest public health guidance issued by the government of the city of Madrid and Spain.

Given this, LFC recommends that supporters travelling to Madrid keep up to date with the very latest health guidance for the city of Madrid and Spain.

Please note that Liverpool FC will not be responsible for any supporter being refused entry either into the stadium, the city of Madrid or the country of Spain.

We advise that supporters refer to and meet the entry requirements on the Spanish Government website for the latest updates and read the conditions for stadium entry here.

Ticket prices

Tickets are priced at £42.81.

Hospitality Members

Sir Kenny Dalglish Stand executive box holders, premium level and centenary club members should contact the hospitality department on 0151 264 2222, option 2.

Disabled supporters

Qualifying wheelchair supporters should contact us to register their interest no later than 1pm on Thursday October 7 by emailing and marking the subject field as Atletico Madrid Away.

Ticket sales

The below sales will take place online only and you may have to queue at times.

Tickets will be available to season ticket holders and official Members based on the following Champions League away fixtures recorded during the 2019-20 season.

Atletico Madrid
FC Salzburg
KRC Genk
SSC Napoli
One game: from 8.15am on Friday October 8.

Supporters are guaranteed a ticket during this sale and can purchase one ticket per Supporter ID number, up to a maximum of 10 tickets per booking.

Sales will then take place as follows subject to availability, on a first come, first served basis, until sold out.

Supporters can purchase one ticket per supporter ID number, up to a maximum of four tickets per booking.

All season ticket holders: from 1pm on Friday October 8.

All official Members: from 3pm on Friday October 8.

Details required when purchasing your ticket(s)

The following details must be provided for all supporters attending the game.

First name
Date of birth
Country of birth
Passport or National Identity Number
Mobile number
Email address
Outbound travel date
Method of travel into Madrid: plane/car/coach/train
Estimated time of arrival into Madrid
Accommodation details
Return travel date
If the supporter eligible to buy the ticket is NOT attending the game, the details for the supporter you are giving your ticket to MUST be provided instead.

Changes cannot be made once you have completed your purchase.

Fulfilment of tickets – Delivery or collection

Before completing your purchase, please select one of the following:

1. UK post

Tickets will be sent special delivery to the registered address of the person making the booking. In line with Royal Mail delivery charge increases, the cost for this service will be £7.85 per booking.
2. Collect – from Anfield only

Please note, there will not be an opportunity to collect tickets in Madrid.
Please keep checking here from Monday October 11 for updates on when your ticket(s) will be ready for collection.
All tickets will need to be collected before 1pm on Friday October 15.
3. Overseas post

Tickets will be sent via DHL to the registered address of the person making the booking, at a charge of £12.46.
Tickets not received in the post, damaged, or lost will not be duplicated.

We would also like to remind supporters that important safety information for supporters travelling to Madrid will be provided in the lead-up to the game. The information provided is in conjunction with Spanish authorities and LFC club officials, and we strongly advise that you follow all the information and instructions given.


I assume that the fan update must have knocked a few off the ladder, that’s probably why having Atleti only from 19/20 will guarantee you a ticket for this even though the allocation was a tiny bit bigger last time.

I tested positive last Thursday  with my 2 day pcr test after coming back from Porto and the missus has tested positive this morning , just booked a pcr for my lad ( he was negative last week on his 2 day one ) as if he tests positive any time after friday Madrid will be a no go .

General sale also available from 90€ on Atletico website.

gravy red:
Right, having been to Madrid many times now, I'm wanting to try and do something different on this trip.

I'm traveling with the wife as always (now) and am thinking of getting a private guide for the day (half day), instead of just the finding the obvious places to eat and drink I am hoping to do something like a Tapas tour (by a local guide, we love our food and drink  ;D) and take in some hidden Gems. We've done the tour buses and wondered aimlessly around the city too many times and think it could be quite good to get local with knowledge and hopefully get shown some things we might not have seen.

Yes, the  interweb is useful, but can't help but think a guide would be good and I'm sure they would appreciate the money (hoping it wouldn't be too expensive ???).

Or any tips from others that have been would be appreciated.

Thanks (in advance)


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