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Located in the Anfield suburb of Liverpool, Anfield has been the home of Liverpool F.C since 1892. Anfield has a seating capacity of 53,394, and it is the seventh largest football stadium in England. Like Old Trafford, Anfield has been redeveloped several times, and it is an accessible venue for people who have additional needs.

Anfield offers 267 wheelchair bays (including 115 positions in the Main Stand), audio headsets for visually impaired fans, and induction loops for supporters with hearing impairment. In 2017, Liverpool opened a sensory room in the Kenny Dalglish Stand which allows neurodiverse fans to watch football matches within a relaxing environment. The sensory room contains a sensory portable bubble tube and light unit, fibre optic carpet, a projector, and an LED bean bag.

Q Did Anfield belong to Everton?

In 1884, Everton F.C started to rent Anfield from the owner of the stadium, John Orrell. However, a dispute over the management of Everton led to the club’s move to Goodison Park in 1892.

Q Is Anfield open for tours?

Anfield will reopen for LFC stadium tours from Thursday 3rd June 2021. The Liverpool F.C Story Museum reopened on Monday 24th May 2021.

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