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ABJ:
Liverpool FC has released the following away ticket details for the Premier League fixture against Arsenal on Sunday February 4.

Location: Emirates Stadium

Kick-off: 16:30 GMT

Allocation: 3,003

Disabled allocation: 25 Wheelchair bays with associated personal assistants. Ambulant seating is also available. Visit the Accessibility Hub for full sale details.

Prices: Adult: £30
Over 65: £22
Young Adult (24 and under): £25
Juniors (16 and under): £16.50

Price Notes: Supporters in possession of concessionary tickets will be asked for ID at the turnstiles with entry refused, if the relevant ID is not provided. Please note that all supporters under the age of 14 must be accompanied by an adult aged 18 or over.

Tickets sales notes: Tickets will be available to Season Ticket Holders and Official Members ONLINE based on Premier League away fixtures recorded during season 2022-23.

The criteria for this game is higher compared to last season due to an increase in the number of eligible supporters.

NFC Access: Supporters will be required to download a one-off NFC pass to their smartphone to gain access to the Emirates Stadium. Supporters will be emailed their NFC pass ahead of the game. Dates of when your NFC Pass will be emailed to you will be published on our Ticket Fulfilment page.

Season Ticket and Membership NFC Passes WILL NOT be activated for stadium entry for this game.

First sale: 13 or more games: from 8.15am on Monday January 15 until 10.45am on Tuesday January 16.

First sale status: Guaranteed – one ticket per qualifying supporter, up to a maximum of 10 tickets per booking.

Second sale: 12 or more games: from 11am until 12.45pm on Tuesday January 16.

Second sale status: NOT guaranteed – first come first served basis. One ticket per qualifying supporter, up to a maximum of four tickets per booking.

Third sale: 11 or more games: from 1pm until 2.45pm on Tuesday January 16.

Third sale status: NOT guaranteed – first come first served basis. One ticket per qualifying supporter, up to a maximum of four tickets per booking.

Fourth sale: 10 or more games: from 3pm on Tuesday January 16.

Fourth sale status: NOT guaranteed – first come first served basis. One ticket per qualifying supporter, up to a maximum of four tickets per booking.

Hospitality Members: Sir Kenny Dalglish Box holders, Premium Level and Centenary Club members should contact the Hospitality Department on 0151 264 2222, option 2.

Stadium Notes: All tickets are sold subject to the Away Match Ticket Terms and Conditions (away fan) of Arsenal Football Club which can be found on www.arsenal.com.

All supporters should read and understand Arsenal’s Code of Conduct.

Stadium Security/Bag Policy – Supporters are strongly advised not to take bags to Emirates Stadium unless necessary. Any bags larger than A4 (a standard rucksack / handbag) will not be permitted. Luggage storage facilities are available at London King's Cross station if required. Please take a moment to check the full list of prohibited items before you travel to the stadium and ensure you plan your journey accordingly to avoid queues ahead of kick-off.

General notes: Please only buy tickets if you plan on attending the game - tickets are strictly non-transferable and tickets purchased ARE NOT available to ‘FORWARD’ or ‘DISTRIBUTE’ to other supporters.

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

Ticket Credits: Tickets purchased this season WILL be used as credits in future seasons.

https://www.liverpoolfc.com/news/arsenal-v-liverpool-away-ticket-details-1

lord_anshul:
Hi all, I'm a long-time RAWK reader and lifelong LFC supporter. After supporting the club for more than 25 years, I finally got a chance to visit the UK and possibly watch LFC live for the first time in my life. I am an international supporter member, but they are not eligible for tickets. What is the best and most legitimate way to buy tickets for this match? I know it will be difficult to get it, but a man's got to try. I would be happy with paying a premium on the actual ticket price.

I'm sorry if this is not the right place to post it.

Any help is much appreciated. Anyone who can help me get tickets, I'd be happy to take them out on pre-match drinks.

Thanks a lot, everyone.

ben9011:

--- Quote from: lord_anshul on January 11, 2024, 02:44:45 pm ---Hi all, I'm a long-time RAWK reader and lifelong LFC supporter. After supporting the club for more than 25 years, I finally got a chance to visit the UK and possibly watch LFC live for the first time in my life. I am an international supporter member, but they are not eligible for tickets. What is the best and most legitimate way to buy tickets for this match? I know it will be difficult to get it, but a man's got to try. I would be happy with paying a premium on the actual ticket price.

I'm sorry if this is not the right place to post it.

Any help is much appreciated. Anyone who can help me get tickets, I'd be happy to take them out on pre-match drinks.

Thanks a lot, everyone.

--- End quote ---

£830 on a touting website please don't do it,or go in the home end and dont make it obvious you support lfc will be at least half the price

PaulKS:

--- Quote from: lord_anshul on January 11, 2024, 02:44:45 pm ---Hi all, I'm a long-time RAWK reader and lifelong LFC supporter. After supporting the club for more than 25 years, I finally got a chance to visit the UK and possibly watch LFC live for the first time in my life. I am an international supporter member, but they are not eligible for tickets. What is the best and most legitimate way to buy tickets for this match? I know it will be difficult to get it, but a man's got to try. I would be happy with paying a premium on the actual ticket price.

I'm sorry if this is not the right place to post it.

Any help is much appreciated. Anyone who can help me get tickets, I'd be happy to take them out on pre-match drinks.

Thanks a lot, everyone.

--- End quote ---

No chance unfortunately

Best off asking on an Arsenal forum for a spare and sitting in the home end, whilst keeping quiet in there otherwise you'll be booted out or chinned, either or.

If you're still in UK for the Norwich/Bristol Rovers game you'd have a much better chance of getting a ticket/spare.

elmothered1:
Still not showing up via my phone

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