Liverpool Hospitality & VIP Ticket Packages 2023/24

Matchday VIP Packages & Hospitality Tickets
Liverpool FC
Anfield Stadium, Liverpool

The atmosphere at Anfield is one of the most exhilarating in the top flight and we have several hospitality packages to enjoy Liverpool FC in action in the Premier League, Europa League, FA Cup and League Cup.

LFC hospitality and VIP tickets Anfield

Liverpool, by their own high standards, had a mixed season last season and ended up without a trophy. However with some key signings incoming expect them to be challenging for the title again, and adding to their trophy cabinet.

Stand Out Fixtures

Liverpool v Atlanta – 11 April
Liverpool v Tottenham Hotspur – 5 May
Liverpool v Wolves – 19 May

Our range of Liverpool hospitality ticket packages including private boxes, The Premier Club, Anfield Beat Lounge, Reds Bar and the Village.

Private Boxes

If you are looking for the ultimate LFC hospitality experience at Anfield  we have a range of private executive boxes depending on numbers.

  • Private executive box located alongside the pitch
  • Use of box three hours before and up to an hour afterwards
  • Five course meal
  • Seats located directly outside your box offered unrivalled views of the pitch
  • Match day programme
  • Mini bar and full wine service
  • Full waitress service
  • Half-time tea and coffee
  • Satellite TV showing Liverpool TV
  • Car park passes

The Premier Club

The Premier Club, known for its great atmosphere, is situated in the Shanks or Paisley suites, named after Liverpool’s most celebrated and famous Managers Bill Shankly and Bob Paisley. These recently renovated lounges are the perfect lounges to mix first-class match day hospitality with match day passion and excitement.  They come with VIP match seat in the Executive section of the Upper Kenny Dalglish stand along with a pre-match meal. 

  • Lounge opens three hours prior to kick-off
  • Entrance via Sir Kenny Dalglish Stand reception, Premier Club located on the first floor
  • Access to either the Shanks or Paisley suite
  • Complimentary matchday programme
  • Hot and cold buffet served before the game (menu varies for early kick-off)
  • Match ticket in the Executive Section of the Upper Sir Kenny Dalglish Stand
  • Half-time tea and coffee
  • Lounge closes approximately one hour after the final whistle

The Anfield Beat Lounge

The Anfield Beat Lounge has a great atmosphere and is located in the Main Stand. Fans can soak up the pre-match atmosphere, enjoy a meal and drinks, before taking their seats in the lower tier of the Main Stand towards the Kop End.

  • Official match ticket in block L15 or L16 of the Main Stand
  • Direct access from Anfield Beat Lounge to your match seats
  • Open 3 hours prior to kick off and an hour after full time
  • Licensed cash bar
  • Complimentary drink (beer, wine or soft drink)
  • Complimentary Match Day Programme
  • A Liverpool FC legend in attendance at every match day
  • Pre-Match Entertainment
  • In-lounge betting facilities
  • Satellite TV broadcasting the LFCTV channel and match highlights

The Reds Bar

The Reds Bar is really popular suite allowing guests to enjoy a pre match drink and bite to eat with fellow fans.

  • Access to the REDS Bar located within the Sir Kenny Dalglish Stand
  • Complimentary drink (beer, wine or soft drink)
  • Access to the Reds Bar 3 hrs pre-match, half time and 1 hour post match
  • A selection of authentic street food options available to purchase
  • Cash Bar Facility
  • Official Match Ticket located in the Lower Sir Kenny Dalglish Stand (Blocks KG/KP)
  • Pre-Match Entertainment
  • Match Programme


This is a new package for the 2023/2024 season and comes with seats in the new Anfield Road Stand.

  • Opens 2.5 hours prior to kick off
  • Direct access from the bar to your seat
  • Complimentary street food served up to kick off
  • Complimentary half time drink ( beer, wine or soft drink)
  • Match Day programme
  • Official match ticket on level one of upper tier in Anfield road stand
  • Liverpool FC legend in attendance
  • Pre match entertainment
  • Licensed cash bar
  • Satellite Tv broadcasting the LFCTV channel and match highlights
  • Closes an hour after full time whistle

The Village

Located just a short walk from Anfield (0.2 miles) the Village is a more informal hospitality package offering great food, a friendly service whilst you can enjoy the pre-match atmosphere.

  • Official ticket in block CE2 or CE8 of the upper Sir Kenny Dalglish Stand
  • Complimentary drink on arrival (beer, wine or soft drink)
  • Pre and post-match cash bar
  • Opens 3 hours prior to kick off and an hour after full time
  • Freshly prepared chefs 2 course hot buffet
  • Tea and coffee
  • Complimentary match programme
  • Satellite TV broadcasting the LFCTV channel and match highlights

Liverpool FC Fixtures at Anfield 2023/24

Liverpool v Bournemouth – 19 August
Liverpool v Aston Villa – 2 September
Liverpool v West Ham United – 29 September
Liverpool v Everton – 21 October
Liverpool v Nottingham Forest – 28 October
Liverpool v Brentford – 11 November
Liverpool v Fulham – 2 December
Liverpool v Manchester United – 17 December
Liverpool v Arsenal – 23 December
Liverpool v Newcastle United – 30 December
Liverpool v Chelsea – 31 January
Liverpool v Burnley – 10 February
Liverpool v Luton Town – 24 February
Liverpool v Manchester City – 10 March
Liverpool v Brighton – 30 March
Liverpool v Sheffield United – 3 April
Liverpool v Crystal Palace – 13 April
Liverpool v Tottenham Hotspur – 5 May
Liverpool v Wolves – 19 May

Fixture dates are subject to change.

For prices, availability and further information on our Liverpool FC hospitality and VIP ticket packages at Anfield in 2023/24 please email us at [email protected]


Frequently Asked Questions

How much is a hospitality box at Anfield?

The cost of a private box at Anfield varies on the game, for example a box to see Liverpool v Manchester United would be a lot more than a home League Cup game. Boxes come with hostess, complimentary bar, pre match five course meal and seats directly outside your box. Liverpool boxes open three hours prior to kick off. 

What do you get in hospitality at Anfield?

It depends on the package you purchase and whether it is a box or a more casual offering. As a rule of thumb, the more expensive the package, the better the seats and the more inclusive the package will be. We can email you a wide range of official hospitality options at Anfield to suit your budget.

What do Liverpool hospitality tickets include?

These tickets typically include a range of premium services and amenities designed to enhance the matchday experience for fans. While specific offerings can vary depending on the package, here are some common elements you might find included: Premium seating, meal before the game, complimentary drinks, match programme and Q&A from some Liverpool legends. Please ask for our range of official Liverpool FC VIP hospitality ticket options.


LFC History, Honours & Rivalries

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Liverpool Football Club were founded in 1892 and has played at Anfield since the day it was formed.

The club won the Lancashire league in its first season and joined the football league second division the following season and won the title in their first year. This led to promotion to the first division which it first won in 1901.

Liverpool FC is one of the most successful clubs in England having won the league 18 seasons (only Manchester United have won it more) the League Cup a record 8 times, the FA Cup on 8 occasions and the Community Shield 15 times. They haven’t won the league since the 1989/1990 season although have finished second a few times since – most notably in 2018-19 when Manchester City narrowly pipped them to the Premier League title.

The Reds are the most successful English club in Europe having won the European Cup/Champions League six times, UEFA Cup three times and the European Super Cup three times.

The Club is now owned by the Fenway Sports Group, an American based company having previously been owned by American businessmen Tom Hicks and George Gillett who bought the club from John Moores whose family had owned the club for over 50 years. They are currently the seventh richest football club in the world.

As mentioned, Liverpool have always played at Anfield however the stadium has obviously changed a lot since then. It started capacity at just 20,000 with the Kop built in 1906, which is renowned for its fantastic atmosphere. The stadium now holds close to 55,000 people. Hospitality packages have been improved which coincided with the end of the construction work on the new main stand which cost 100 million. This stand is now three tiers rather than two and there are new additions to the Anfield package offerings.

Their two biggest rivals are Everton, who also play in Liverpool, and Manchester United and between them they have won 38 league titles and 9 European Cups. They have both experienced title droughts – Liverpool’s being nearly 30 years now while Manchester United similarly went twenty-six years without a title.

If you are looking to go to Anfield this season we have a range of Liverpool hospitality options which are located onsite and offsite and we only ever sell official packages. Tickets are usually e-tickets which we simply email through to you. These include the onsite options – Centenary Club, Premier Club, 1892 Lounge, Anfield Code and Boot Room. Offsite packages include the Sandon, Isla Gladstone, Hilton and Aintree packages.

Do get in touch if you want further details on our Liverpool FC hospitality packages and we look forward to seeing you at Anfield soon.



Liverpool won their first title since the 1989-1990 season when Chelsea defeated their closest challengers, Man City, two-one. Liverpool’s first game as champions is away against Manchester City.

After several near misses over the last thirty years they have finally won the title and richly deserve it after serving up some scintillating football this season.

Their only defeat so far has come against Watford, at Vicarage Road, and they have regularly put teams to the sword with their strike force of Mane, Salah and Firmino causing sleepless nights for defenders. They have one of the best keepers in the world in Alisson, the world’s best centre back in Van Dijk and their inspirational captain Henderson has provided energy from midfield. They also won the UEFA Super Cup and Club World Cup, their only blot on the season being their loss to Atletico Madrid in the last sixteen of the Champions League.

They are also on course to go through the 100-point barrier, Man City have the current record of 100 points. Records they currently have are the best start of any team in Europe’s top five leagues having won 61 points from their first 21 matches. They have also won the most consecutive matches at home with their twenty first being against West Ham in February.

Records they are currently targeting this season, which all look within their grasp, are listed below:

Most victories in a season – Man City secured 32 in the 2017/18 and 2018/19 seasons and Liverpool are now just four away
Most home wins – Liverpool are on course to win all 19 home games, Chelsea, Man Utd and Man City have all won 18 in previous seasons
Most away wins – The record is 16 which Man City accomplished in the 2017/18 season; Liverpool will need to win all their remaining away games to equal this
Most points – Man City hit 100 and Liverpool need 14 from their last 21 games which looks very doable
Earliest title win – Both Manchester clubs have won the title with five games to spare, Liverpool could win it with six games to play…….
Biggest winning margin – Another record which they should break. Man City currently hold the record win 19 points in the 2017/2018 season

When they last won the league in 1989/90 Kenny Dalglish was manager where the likes of Hansen, Whelan, Rush and Barnes were the big stars. Nobody would have thought The Reds would have to wait another thirty years for their next title as clubs such as Man Utd, Man City, Arsenal and Chelsea became so successful.

Liverpool are one of the biggest clubs in the world and getting tickets is hard to come by unless you are a season ticket (there is a huge waiting list) or a member and getting tickets via memberships is very difficult as well as demand exceeds supply particularly for the big games. If you are going to Anfield you may get offered tickets from outside the ground but please do not buy these as they will be black market tickets and a lot more than face value, they will also probably not get you in the ground. The same applies with tickets bought on secondary ticket websites.

We can offer a range of official hospitality options for every game at Anfield. Packages range from cheap informal packages with a meal voucher and ticket to more VIP packages such as corporate boxes that come with full hospitality throughout the day. What could be better than having your own box with all your friends seeing Liverpool beat Man Utd.

Liverpool’s hospitality packages vary in price depending on the package bought, location of seats, the opponent, date and whether there is a lot to play for. The cheapest matches tend to be the League Cup and FA Cup games whilst the most expensive matches tend to be games against Manchester United and Manchester City. Later rounds of the Champions League are also extremely popular, the game they had last year against Barcelona in the Champions League Semi Final was huge and sold out quickly. They went on to win the Champions League Final against Tottenham Hotspur.

The tickets that come with hospitality tend to be e-tickets which is easy for clients as we simply email them across around a week beforehand, you then print them out and they get scanned as you enter the stadium. You then enter the hospitality lounge and depending on the package enjoy a pre match meal before a short stroll to your seats. Some of the packages also include guest appearances from Liverpool legends from yesteryear who can reminisce about matches from when they played for Liverpool.

Another advantage of hospitality packages is that your group will be sat together in one of the stands and if you bought one of the more formal packages you and your guests will have your own table for the hospitality. Hospitality packages tend to start three hours before kick-off and continue for an hour after the match.

As mentioned there are a range of formal and informal Liverpool FC hospitality packages:

Private Boxes
This is the real VIP option at Anfield. Boxes tend to come with a champagne reception, complimentary bar, three or four course meal, match programme, visit from a Liverpool legend and post-match snacks.

Formal Packages
The more formal packages include the Centenary Club which includes a four-course meal on a private table, reception drink, match seats towards the halfway line and visit from a Liverpool legend. The Premier Club has no set tables but is also popular and comes with seats alongside the pitch.

Informal Packages
These are the cheapest Liverpool hospitality packages, with some games starting from just £99 per person. These packages can be offsite such as the Sandon package or can also be very informal i.e. just an official ticket with programme and a half time drink.

We hope we have given you some good stats regarding Liverpool’s remarkable season and some options if you are looking to come to Anfield next season.