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EddieEdwards
22-03-2017, 07:20 PM
Phase 1 Tuesday 28th March from 10am - ST holders and Members with 3500+ loyalty points

Phase 2 Wednesday 29th March from 10am - ST holders and Members with 3000+ loyalty points

Phase 3 Thursday 30th March from 10am - ST holders and Members with 2500+ loyalty points

Phase 4 Friday 31st March from 10am - ST holders and Members with 2000+ loyalty points

Phase 5 Monday 3rd April from 10am - ST holders and Members with 1500+ loyalty points

Phase 6 Tuesday 4th April from 10am - ST holders and Members with 1000+ loyalty points

Phase 7 Wednesday 5th April from 10am - ST holders

Phase 8 Thursday 6th April from 10am - Members

Adults: 30
Seniors (65+): 22.50
Young Adults (17-21): 15
Juniors (U17): 9

Coaches depart from Selhurst Park at 8:30am, free for ST holders and Members, 24 for guests (although there is currently no phase announced that allows purchase of guest match tickets :supergrin: ).

http://www.cpfc.co.uk/news/article/2016-17/free-coach-travel-to-liverpool-3638308.aspx

Nth Kent Eagle
22-03-2017, 07:45 PM
Defo up for this one.

Palace_Akie
23-03-2017, 08:45 AM
Why is the Liverpool game always more popular than the Everton game?

Kirby
23-03-2017, 08:56 AM
9 for juniors and 15 for youths? Fair play Liverpool.

Big Al
23-03-2017, 09:32 AM
Why is the Liverpool game always more popular than the Everton game?

People do love a minutes silence.

SHIPEAGLE
23-03-2017, 09:58 AM
Why is the Liverpool game always more popular than the Everton game?

in recent years the Everton away games have either been evening games or a Sunday afternoon (due to Grand National on the Saturday). Im sure if we could only have Everton at 3pm on a Saturday it would be well attended as there must be many Palace supporters who have not been there

Nth Kent Eagle
23-03-2017, 11:09 AM
in recent years the Everton away games have either been evening games or a Sunday afternoon (due to Grand National on the Saturday). Im sure if we could only have Everton at 3pm on a Saturday it would be well attended as there must be many Palace supporters who have not been there

We haven't played Everton once on a Saturday in the past 4 seasons have we. 3 in midweek (plus the cancelled one) and one late sunday match. Shame because it is a proper old school ground.

Palace_Akie
23-03-2017, 11:12 AM
in recent years the Everton away games have either been evening games or a Sunday afternoon (due to Grand National on the Saturday). Im sure if we could only have Everton at 3pm on a Saturday it would be well attended as there must be many Palace supporters who have not been there

True but this game isnt that convenient with it being late on a Sunday and we've got 7-8 selling phases. Don't remember that for our visit to Everton a few years ago which was Sunday afternoon (the last two seasons have been Monday and Friday night).

Nor-Ken
24-03-2017, 01:18 PM
Will tickets last til phase 6 for this one you think?

Eaglez
24-03-2017, 07:52 PM
Easily

Oli28
24-03-2017, 08:02 PM
We haven't played Everton once on a Saturday in the past 4 seasons have we. 3 in midweek (plus the cancelled one) and one late sunday match. Shame because it is a proper old school ground.
Dowies prem season was a Sunday's as well

Oli28
24-03-2017, 08:03 PM
9 for juniors and 15 for youths? Fair play Liverpool.
Indeed. Anyone recall how strict the checks are there? Asking for a friend etc

Mad Raschic Ken
28-03-2017, 05:27 PM
I see phase 1 gives us access to the worst block again!

caaaallluummm
28-03-2017, 07:10 PM
anyone know if it will make it to members ?

Barbara4003
29-03-2017, 08:20 AM
Block 121 looks a bit naff. Do you think they'll be opening up other Blocks?

Mad Raschic Ken
29-03-2017, 08:52 AM
Block 121 looks a bit naff. Do you think they'll be opening up other Blocks?

Apparently away ST holders got 123. It looks like 121 is nearly sold out as they have been working their way backwards online and are nearly at the back now. Presumably 122 will be loaded on at some point.

Barbara4003
29-03-2017, 08:55 AM
Apparently away ST holders got 123. It looks like 121 is nearly sold out as they have been working their way backwards online and are nearly at the back now. Presumably 122 will be loaded on at some point.

OK. I might give the Box Office a ring. I'm not prepared to sit in Block 121 though.

Mad Raschic Ken
29-03-2017, 09:04 AM
OK. I might give the Box Office a ring. I'm not prepared to sit in Block 121 though.

122 available online now.

gilesy14
29-03-2017, 09:10 AM
Online box office doesn't seem to be working :veryangry

gilesy14
29-03-2017, 09:10 AM
Online box office doesn't seem to be working :veryangry

I stand corrected.

shropfan
31-03-2017, 07:42 AM
Does anybody know what blocks we've taken up?
121 and 122 are open for sale.
Are we getting 123 as well?

EddieEdwards
31-03-2017, 08:39 AM
Yes, we have block 123.

Palace_Akie
31-03-2017, 10:35 AM
How are sales going? What phase do we think this will reach?

sherstonpalace
31-03-2017, 05:18 PM
OK. I might give the Box Office a ring. I'm not prepared to sit in Block 121 though.

My first trip to Anfield for years - what's wrong with 121?

Langers
31-03-2017, 05:22 PM
My first trip to Anfield for years - what's wrong with 121?

http://assets.liverpoolfc.tv/flash/stadium_seating/images/Main/Restricted_View/Paddock/Block_PK7.jpg

EddieEdwards
31-03-2017, 05:56 PM
My first trip to Anfield for years - what's wrong with 121?It's the end block in the stand so you're in the corner, and the stand doesn't curve around so the seats face along the Main Stand rather than towards the pitch. The view is actually ok from there although obviously the more central blocks are better.

sherstonpalace
01-04-2017, 08:01 AM
It's the end block in the stand so you're in the corner, and the stand doesn't curve around so the seats face along the Main Stand rather than towards the pitch. The view is actually ok from there although obviously the more central blocks are better.


Anyone else getting sick of this arrangement whereby the more loyalty points you collect, the worse your seats become?

SHIPEAGLE
01-04-2017, 06:05 PM
Anyone else getting sick of this arrangement whereby the more loyalty points you collect, the worse your seats become?


Yes, especially when the away season ticket holders are in better blocks ie at Liverpool in block 123 so the Club were committed to taking blocks 121 and 122 so why not then put block 122 on sale before the corner block 121.
However i simply waited for 122 to go on sale. But it is very annoying that those with high points are offered the worst seats.
Could also be the reason for slow take up of tickets, which results in the Club deciding to return blocks of tickets (always the best ones)

ebyeeckeagle
02-04-2017, 08:07 PM
Anyone moaning about the Arthur (often me), the back rows at Anfield are a disgrace. The ones in the corner even more so.

glenn.f
02-04-2017, 09:14 PM
My first trip to Anfield for years - what's wrong with 121?

Dirty scummy scouse rags can reach you with piss from there as well.

Shipsisourking
03-04-2017, 09:48 AM
Ain't been to anfield for years, just got 3 in row 32 block 122. Anyone know where the restricted view seats rows are?

SHIPEAGLE
03-04-2017, 09:58 AM
believe there is a pillar in row 25 around seats 32 area if you have higher seat numbers shouldnt be a problem.
seash on web for Anfield seat plan the one i have has a plan of each stand

Shipsisourking
03-04-2017, 10:06 AM
believe there is a pillar in row 25 around seats 32 area if you have higher seat numbers shouldnt be a problem.
seash on web for Anfield seat plan the one i have has a plan of each stand

Thanks, I've got seats 37 38 and 39. Just hope the kids can see alright.

lee_cpfc
03-04-2017, 10:07 AM
believe there is a pillar in row 25 around seats 32 area if you have higher seat numbers shouldnt be a problem.
seash on web for Anfield seat plan the one i have has a plan of each stand

You won't be going to sleep so its fine

Michaelawt85
03-04-2017, 11:01 AM
What are row 32 of block 122 like. Isn't marked as restricted on the site

SHIPEAGLE
03-04-2017, 11:12 AM
will try to load the seat plan

SHIPEAGLE
03-04-2017, 11:20 AM
sorry havnt been able to load it

Palace_Akie
04-04-2017, 09:07 AM
Got my ticket.

Well up for this one.

glaziers fan
04-04-2017, 09:33 AM
when will they load more?

tasty_snacks
04-04-2017, 09:39 AM
Pretty much a standard three points for us these days, isn't it?

I can understand the frustrations of away ST holders and those with high points tallies getting the 'worst' seats. I also understand the limitations the club has put upon it by the home side, whereby ticket sales are designated in order of pre-determined blocks.

Any solution would have to be quite elegant and intricate. Is it doable? Perhaps sell ticket reservations first and foremost, then allow those that have bought said reservations the first pickings once we know how many seats we are going to take up? Or select blocks in order of preference when buying online?

Bobby Smith
04-04-2017, 12:14 PM
Only being given a choice of '122 Severely Restricted' at the moment. Any advice?

glaziers fan
04-04-2017, 12:40 PM
Only being given a choice of '122 Severely Restricted' at the moment. Any advice?

wait for block 123 to be loaded.

Big Al
04-04-2017, 01:42 PM
Only being given a choice of '122 Severely Restricted' at the moment. Any advice?

Buy it. When you get to the ground stand somewhere else and let off a few bangers. That should scare so many people that they will leave the ground traumatised and you will have loads of room.

eagle mart
04-04-2017, 02:06 PM
Only being given a choice of '122 Severely Restricted' at the moment. Any advice?

I've been back row, as everybody is standing you're ****ed. You have to duck to see the crossbar of the opposite goal....

Wait for those to disappear online.

Bobby Smith
04-04-2017, 02:36 PM
I've been back row, as everybody is standing you're ****ed. You have to duck to see the crossbar of the opposite goal....

Wait for those to disappear online.

Thanks all; appreciated.

Smoz
05-04-2017, 09:47 AM
wait for block 123 to be loaded.

Block 123 showing as available now.

kestoneagle
05-04-2017, 10:35 AM
Yep, just bought two in 123 plus free coach (yes, I know!)

Bobby Smith
05-04-2017, 11:28 AM
Just booked 123 over the phone; as the online option is showing Row 5.

Got to say, the service over the phone was excellent.

SHIPEAGLE
06-04-2017, 11:49 AM
see my seperate thread regarding Liverpool ticket deal

Oli28
07-04-2017, 09:00 AM
Presumably won't get block 124? I thought we'd take a full allocation all things considered.

palacedaz
11-04-2017, 12:00 PM
does anyone know how many tickets you can now get on 1 client reference please.

EddieEdwards
11-04-2017, 12:20 PM
does anyone know how many tickets you can now get on 1 client reference please.None - it's sold out.

http://www.cpfc.co.uk/news/article/2016-17/the-clubs-allocation-for-liverpool-away-is-now-sold-out.-3669688.aspx

old git
11-04-2017, 12:30 PM
Didn't expect that.Any idea what allocation we took?

EddieEdwards
11-04-2017, 01:03 PM
Didn't expect that.Any idea what allocation we took?Not exactly, but it looks like the club have once again opted to take a reduced allocation of around 1800 instead of the 3000 that we're entitled to.

EddieEdwards
12-04-2017, 12:31 PM
For anyone who missed out and is willing to take severely restricted view, there are a few more tickets now available online.

Nth Kent Eagle
12-04-2017, 01:14 PM
Not exactly, but it looks like the club have once again opted to take a reduced allocation of around 1800 instead of the 3000 that we're entitled to.

Oh great, just what we needed. Well done Palace.

Little Fozzie
12-04-2017, 03:00 PM
Oh great, just what we needed. Well done Palace.
Anyone who badly wanted to go had plenty of time to get a ticket

Shipsisourking
12-04-2017, 04:17 PM
There may be a couple of returns available if you are quick, just popped on the ticket site and it's been changed from sold out to choose seats.

palacedaz
12-04-2017, 07:51 PM
Yay just got 3 tickets and booked train. A few left by the looks of it although severely restricted view. Don't care though I'm going to be there for the palace after I thought I missed out.

Big Al
12-04-2017, 08:42 PM
Not exactly, but it looks like the club have once again opted to take a reduced allocation of around 1800 instead of the 3000 that we're entitled to.

Not quite as unforgivable as when we took a tiny allocation for a high demand game and let Liverpool have half of our entitlement for the Gerrard wankfest.

FMH57
12-04-2017, 09:42 PM
Not exactly, but it looks like the club have once again opted to take a reduced allocation of around 1800 instead of the 3000 that we're entitled to.

So the club, management and players at every opportunity says how important our fans are to them and their performance, and the "12th man" is often quoted in relation to a hard earned point or even three.
If they took the full allocation of 3,000 and only sold 1,800 it would cost the club 36,000.
How much is that point worth to the club, and how much is that point worth in finishing position? At least a 1,000,000, I would say. The taken allocation decision was taken BEFORE the Arsenal game , so getting something out of the Liverpool game was then even more crucial then than it is now. An extra point there could in fact be the difference between survival and relegation and therefore be a 100,000,000 + point. All for the sake of not risking a 36,000 loss.
Ludicrous decision with championship mentality.

palacedaz
12-04-2017, 10:10 PM
So the club, management and players at every opportunity says how important our fans are to them and their performance, and the "12th man" is often quoted in relation to a hard earned point or even three.
If they took the full allocation of 3,000 and only sold 1,800 it would cost the club 36,000.
How much is that point worth to the club, and how much is that point worth in finishing position? At least a 1,000,000, I would say. The taken allocation decision was taken BEFORE the Arsenal game , so getting something out of the Liverpool game was then even more crucial then than it is now. An extra point there could in fact be the difference between survival and relegation and therefore be a 100,000,000 + point. All for the sake of not risking a 36,000 loss.
Ludicrous decision with championship mentality.
Still a few available I got 3 today.

muswell eagle
12-04-2017, 10:26 PM
So the club, management and players at every opportunity says how important our fans are to them and their performance, and the "12th man" is often quoted in relation to a hard earned point or even three.
If they took the full allocation of 3,000 and only sold 1,800 it would cost the club 36,000.
How much is that point worth to the club, and how much is that point worth in finishing position? At least a 1,000,000, I would say. The taken allocation decision was taken BEFORE the Arsenal game , so getting something out of the Liverpool game was then even more crucial then than it is now. An extra point there could in fact be the difference between survival and relegation and therefore be a 100,000,000 + point. All for the sake of not risking a 36,000 loss.
Ludicrous decision with championship mentality.

They need the 36000 to pay the fines for the flares at Chelsea set off by "the 12th man".

norwoodeagle
12-04-2017, 10:54 PM
They need the 36000 to pay the fines for the flares at Chelsea set off by "the 12th man".

It's ok we can recover the fines from Arsenal for their fans letting off flares on Monday.
Oh no we're Palace so it's our fault and we get fined for flares against Arsenal

FMH57
13-04-2017, 07:37 AM
They need the 36000 to pay the fines for the flares at Chelsea set off by "the 12th man".

Didn't know the club had been fined ?
I meant the same "12th man" that Sakho felt when he said it was "12 vs 11" at Stamford Bridge against Chelsea. And we did take our full allocation for that one. Not sure whether the Club has realised that all away games are capped at 30 this season (For the Liverpool game 20 with the Virgin deal)- so peoples attitude to the cost of away matches is changing.They should wake up really, and endeavour to get as many up there as possible. Free coach travel is great, but makes sense to have the tickets for people to take up the option.

Palace_Akie
13-04-2017, 07:49 AM
Didn't know the club had been fined ?
I meant the same "12th man" that Sakho felt when he said it was "12 vs 11" at Stamford Bridge against Chelsea. And we did take our full allocation for that one. Not sure whether the Club has realised that all away games are capped at 30 this season (For the Liverpool game 20 with the Virgin deal)- so peoples attitude to the cost of away matches is changing.They should wake up really, and endeavour to get as many up there as possible. Free coach travel is great, but makes sense to have the tickets for people to take up the option.

But we've only sold out 1,800 tickets 10 days before the game with tickets available to all members for nearly a week. How many people who wanted to go haven't got a ticket yet?

Chelsea was different as it was far more local and a much more convenient time for fans to travel.

SHIPEAGLE
13-04-2017, 07:54 AM
problem is many of our supporters make up their minds to late and with slow initial sales due to the worst seats being offered the Club assume the interest is not there.

FMH57
13-04-2017, 08:38 AM
But we've only sold out 1,800 tickets 10 days before the game with tickets available to all members for nearly a week. How many people who wanted to go haven't got a ticket yet?

Chelsea was different as it was far more local and a much more convenient time for fans to travel.

So, you don't think it is in the clubs interest to get as many Palace fans up there as possible, even though the Club, management and players are always talking about the difference the fans make to the teams performance?
As I said the cost of taking the 1,200 extra tickets available would have, at most, cost the Club 36,000. I wonder who makes the decisions on allocation take up? I know Steve Browett used to have a say, but not sure now.
Personally, in light of the Sunday KO, time, and importance of the game, I think the Club would have been better off heavily discounting the tickets to ensure they got 3,000 up there. Even if they had discounted them down to 5 it would have cost the 75,000, which in relation to how much a point, or even three, could be worth, is a drop in the ocean.

wrightchipvcfc
13-04-2017, 08:44 AM
problem is many of our supporters make up their minds to late and with slow initial sales due to the worst seats being offered the Club assume the interest is not there.

This is good point the system of selling worse seats first means a lot of phase 1.wait who wants to sit by corner flag at stoke or w brom when you can wait a few phases at go nearer middle mad system

Palace_Akie
13-04-2017, 08:51 AM
So, you don't think it is in the clubs interest to get as many Palace fans up there as possible, even though the Club, management and players are always talking about the difference the fans make to the teams performance?
As I said the cost of taking the 1,200 extra tickets available would have, at most, cost the Club 36,000. I wonder who makes the decisions on allocation take up? I know Steve Browett used to have a say, but not sure now.
Personally, in light of the Sunday KO, time, and importance of the game, I think the Club would have been better off heavily discounting the tickets to ensure they got 3,000 up there. Even if they had discounted them down to 5 it would have cost the 75,000, which in relation to how much a point, or even three, could be worth, is a drop in the ocean.

Virgin Media are giving a 10 refund off the price of the 30 ticket so assuming you sort that afterwards you're only paying 20 to go.

SHIPEAGLE
13-04-2017, 09:07 AM
Virgin Media are giving a 10 refund off the price of the 30 ticket so assuming you sort that afterwards you're only paying 20 to go.

Yes very true, but announced very late in the day and crazy way of having to claim the money back which is set up so the Virgin Media can bombard everyone who applies for the refund with all their advertising stuff by email, I just hope it has an unsubscribe button after getting the refund but even then it will be about a month of non stop Virgin emails/post

Palace_Akie
13-04-2017, 09:12 AM
Yes very true, but announced very late in the day and crazy was of having to claim the money back which is set up so the Virgin Media can bombard everyone who applies for the refund with all their advertising stuff by email, I just hope it has an unsubscribe button after getting the refund but even then it will be about a month of non stop Virgin emails/post

The issue of the worst seats being allocated first for the highest point members is certainly an issue but I doubt taking the 3,000 allocation would result in that many people going or even close.

SHIPEAGLE
13-04-2017, 09:49 AM
In all the season we have played at Anfield I think we have always sold the full allocation whether it be the 1800 or the full 3000

palacedaz
13-04-2017, 10:13 AM
There are still tickets available it hasn't sold out

EddieEdwards
13-04-2017, 10:59 AM
But we've only sold out 1,800 tickets 10 days before the game with tickets available to all members for nearly a week. How many people who wanted to go haven't got a ticket yet?On the other hand, it was never opened up to allow more than one ticket per person. If we had taken the full 3,000 and allowed people to buy guest tickets from an early stage, we would certainly have sold a lot more than 1,800. I don't know for certain that we would have sold all 3,000 but there's a fair chance we would.

But the club have shown many times now that they have no interest in taking this approach and that they are unwilling to take even the smallest risk of being left with a bill for a few unsold tickets. It's the club's money and from a very narrow perspective it's an understandable business decision as the club do not make any money from selling a larger away allocation, but it does give an indication that the club place very little value on the size of our away support. And it's frustrating for the fans that our travelling numbers are limited for some games not by league rules, police restrictions etc. but by our own club's super-cautious policies.

palacedaz
15-04-2017, 12:56 PM
more tickets have been loaded online if anyone is interested. A bit weird this one as sometimes says sold out and then it isn't.

EddieEdwards
18-04-2017, 06:08 PM
A few more seats (non-restricted) currently available online for this.

bhb
18-04-2017, 06:38 PM
Maybe the home club charges the away club more than 30 per ticket for unsold tickets (presumably whole blocks only) as they can almost certainly, especially at anfield, sell them for more to home 'fans'. Not saying I agree with this, or that I have any inside knowledge, but it wouldn't shock me. I have heard it said that Celtic and Rangers make an unofficial surcharge to home clubs when selling their away allocations, on the basis that their visits guarantee the biggest gates of the season. Again, no idea if this is true, but it wouldn't surprise me.

Shipsisourking
19-04-2017, 06:25 AM
I've never driven to Anfield and dont fancy paying the scouse tax to have the motor looked after. Where's a good secure place to park that won't cost me four more wheels and a new paint job?

palacedaz
19-04-2017, 10:49 AM
Anyone know if there is going to be an alcohol ban for away fans in the ground ?. Just have a feeling after Chelsea and Anfield last year there might be.
I am looking at having a good piss up so need to know how many to have before I enter the ground.

WLYWLYAWYPWF
19-04-2017, 10:52 AM
Anyone know if there is going to be an alcohol ban for away fans in the ground ?. Just have a feeling after Chelsea and Anfield last year there might be.
I am looking at having a good piss up so need to know how many to have before I enter the ground.

Better not be. I'll leave and go and watch it in the pub if there is.

Wolfnipplechips
19-04-2017, 10:53 AM
Anyone know if there is going to be an alcohol ban for away fans in the ground ?. Just have a feeling after Chelsea and Anfield last year there might be.
I am looking at having a good piss up so need to know how many to have before I enter the ground.

One ought to be enough.:)

palacedaz
19-04-2017, 11:11 AM
One dozen ought to be enough.:)

efa :D

palacedaz
19-04-2017, 11:13 AM
Better not be. I'll leave and go and watch it in the pub if there is.
I hope not just a feeling I got. Might join you in the pub if there is got severely restricted so might be better off down pub.

milky87
19-04-2017, 11:21 AM
I've never driven to Anfield and dont fancy paying the scouse tax to have the motor looked after. Where's a good secure place to park that won't cost me four more wheels and a new paint job?

London Euston

elgin eagle
19-04-2017, 11:34 AM
London Euston

:)

I parked in Kensington (their version) one year, and it was still there when I got back. Was a bit of a stroll though.

Shipsisourking
19-04-2017, 11:35 AM
London Euston


:D

Shipsisourking
19-04-2017, 11:36 AM
:)

I parked in Kensington (their version) one year, and it was still there when I got back. Was a bit of a stroll though.

I'll have a peek at that. Cheers :p

elgin eagle
19-04-2017, 11:48 AM
I'll have a peek at that. Cheers :p

Just don't take a decent car. I was in a citroen c1 which has now done over 200,000 miles. Think I was hoping for improvements :)

Shipsisourking
19-04-2017, 12:29 PM
Just don't take a decent car. I was in a citroen c1 which has now done over 200,000 miles. Think I was hoping for improvements :)

Oh, can I borrow the c1?

King William
19-04-2017, 12:58 PM
I've never driven to Anfield and dont fancy paying the scouse tax to have the motor looked after. Where's a good secure place to park that won't cost me four more wheels and a new paint job?

Goodison Park

jamieb73
19-04-2017, 06:22 PM
what about Stanley park car park across the road?

elgin eagle
19-04-2017, 06:24 PM
Oh, can I borrow the c1?

Sure, i'm thinking of taking it Sunday though :)

Shipsisourking
19-04-2017, 08:17 PM
Sure, i'm thinking of taking it Sunday though :)

:)

Shipsisourking
19-04-2017, 08:21 PM
what about Stanley park car park across the road?

Ive been told about a school nearby, will probably head there first.

Thanks for all the suggestions on here. :p

gadford4th
20-04-2017, 10:53 AM
Everyone got their ticket? I'm still waiting for mine....

Palace_Akie
20-04-2017, 11:13 AM
Everyone got their ticket? I'm still waiting for mine....

Yeah arrived last week.

palacedaz
20-04-2017, 12:30 PM
Everyone got their ticket? I'm still waiting for mine....
Yep arrived Tuesday. Was worried about it getting lost in the bank holiday post.

Jimbocpfc
20-04-2017, 09:39 PM
Anyone know if there is going to be an alcohol ban for away fans in the ground ?. Just have a feeling after Chelsea and Anfield last year there might be.
I am looking at having a good piss up so need to know how many to have before I enter the ground.

What happened at Anfield last year?

palacedaz
20-04-2017, 10:24 PM
What happened at Anfield last year?
Flares again

EddieEdwards
21-04-2017, 08:09 AM
Good seats available online in blocks 122 and 123, presumably returns or unused comps. And for anyone who wanted to bring guests, they're even allowing 4 per person now.

sherstonpalace
21-04-2017, 02:33 PM
Can't believe how difficult it is to find dependable info on parking options for Anfield. Everything on the net seems to be dated 2008.

Has anybody ever used the Gillmoss Park & Ride?

eagle mart
21-04-2017, 02:40 PM
Can't believe how difficult it is to find dependable info on parking options for Anfield. Everything on the net seems to be dated 2008.

Has anybody ever used the Gillmoss Park & Ride?

We've parked on garages less than 400 yards away from Anfield on a matchday before. Perfectly safe, and cheap. Quick to get away too.

Failing that JustPark.. although best spots will be gone by now.

Keith Powell
21-04-2017, 04:49 PM
How many coaches going anybody know

SHIPEAGLE
21-04-2017, 04:53 PM
8 Keith

elgin eagle
21-04-2017, 05:05 PM
We've parked on garages less than 400 yards away from Anfield on a matchday before. Perfectly safe, and cheap. Quick to get away too.

Failing that JustPark.. although best spots will be gone by now.

There's some streets near the Arkell where you may be able to park on if you get there enough I think. Might have to shoot off pretty quick after parking to avoid the 'look after your car misters' though :)

oddrod
22-04-2017, 12:23 PM
Anyone know what time Goodison Park opens for parking tomorrow?

jamieb73
22-04-2017, 07:06 PM
anyone know if they tend to keep away fans back, hopefully ill get let out early to make a quick getaway...

Langers
22-04-2017, 07:13 PM
anyone know if they tend to keep away fans back, hopefully ill get let out early to make a quick getaway...

No point in leaving early as we will be 3 up and the roads will be full of crying scousers - stay and clap the team off :lux:

NorthernEagle80
22-04-2017, 07:17 PM
I would suggest you don't park near the ground as most roads are permit only and there are usually traffic wardens on match days.

NorthernEagle80
22-04-2017, 07:23 PM
If you're driving then I would suggest the Asda on Breck Road.

IanH
22-04-2017, 08:42 PM
anyone know if they tend to keep away fans back, hopefully ill get let out early to make a quick getaway...


No they don't. Lots of tourists go to Liverpool games these days.

burgess hill 84
22-04-2017, 10:04 PM
I would suggest you don't park near the ground as most roads are permit only and there are usually traffic wardens on match days.

Not on a Sunday afternoon.

Yoda
23-04-2017, 06:11 PM
No point in leaving early as we will be 3 up and the roads will be full of crying scousers - stay and clap the team off :lux:

Nearly right!

palacedaz
24-04-2017, 11:07 AM
Have to say how good the stewards were at Anfield. I could only manage to get severely restricted view (and boy they're not lieing about that). A steward came over just before ko and moved us to row 2 right at the front. Brilliant view and fair play to Liverpool for holding back some seats to people that have kids in their restricted view section.

Shipsisourking
24-04-2017, 11:19 AM
Have to say how good the stewards were at Anfield. I could only manage to get severely restricted view (and boy they're not lieing about that). A steward came over just before ko and moved us to row 2 right at the front. Brilliant view and fair play to Liverpool for holding back some seats to people that have kids in their restricted view section.

They were first class, we had row 32 tickets, not classed as restricted view but the steward saw I had two kids with me and offered us the chance to move to the front as well. We politely declined as my youngest didn't fancy sitting all match.