Ticket information has been released for the Cherries' away game at Liverpool in April.
Details for the fixture can be found below.
Liverpool, Saturday 14th April 2018, 5.30pm.
We have received an allocation of around 1,800 seats.
|Wednesday 14th March||10+|
|Sunday 18th March||7+|
|Wednesday 21st March||4+|
|Sunday 25th March||1+|
|Wednesday 28th March||General sale|
Once the game reaches a general sale, checks will be made with Liverpool before tickets are sent out.
We have received an allocation of 18 wheelchair spaces.
Ambulant Disabled supporters and wheelchair users pay their age appropriate rate:
If requested and currently in receipt of DLA for middle/higher rate of care or higher rate of mobility, or standard or enhanced rate of PIP, the supporter is entitled to receive a ticket for one personal assistant free of charge.
Liverpool have identified 16 seats in area 122 within the allocation for supporters who require easy access to their seats:
- Row 6, seats 28 & 29
- Row 6, seats 32 & 33
- Row 7, seats 24 – 29
- Row 7, seats 32 – 37
AFC Bournemouth supporters will be in the lower section of the Anfield Road Stand, in Blocks 121, 122 and 123. Seats will be sold in the following order:
- 1st - Block 121 (228 plus 26 SVs)
- 2nd - Block 122 (514 plus 40 RVs and 50 SVs)
- 3rd – Block 123 (787 plus 28 RVs and 60 SVs)
Tickets marked ‘restricted view’ and ‘severely restricted view’ carry a discount of £1 and £3 respectively for Adults, Over 65’s and Young Adults. Junior tickets remain at £9.
Seats classed as restricted in view on row 1 is due to personnel movement. Seats classed as restricted view in rows 2-5 are caused by the wheelchair platform. Seats classed as restricted in view on other rows is due to stanchions supporting the Upper Tier, which impair the view of either goal.
Seats classed as severely restricted in view is due to supporters standing up and down during the game. If supporters stand up, those supporters seated on Rows 34 and 35 will have a very limited view of the goals due to the overhang of the upper tier roof.
Liverpool have put together a guide for all supporters visiting Liverpool which supporters may find useful. This can be found by clicking here.
All supporters are advised not to bring bags to Anfield unless absolutely necessary, all bags will be searched thoroughly which may slow down the stadium entry process.
Standard coach prices:
- ST holders - £27
- Non-ST holders - £29
Club class coach prices:
- ST holders - £32.50
- Non-ST holders - £35
We would advise supporters to be at their pick-up destination 10-15 minutes before the coach departs.
|Weymouth (Bluebird office)||6.45am|
|Dorchester (The fountain at Tesco)||7am|
|Poole (Poole train station)||7.40am|
|Branksome (Bus stop outside John Lewis on Poole Road)||7.50am|
|Vitality Stadium (AFC Bournemouth)||8.30am|
|Ringwood (Coach station)||8.40am|
Accessible travel information
The club are delighted to confirm that they will be running the Jumbulance for disabled supporters up to Anfield for the match. The Jumbulance Trust who have recently partnered up with the Premier League, is a charity that provides accessible coaches to facilitate trips and holidays of a lifetime for disabled people and people with complex health conditions.
The Premier League’s sponsorship has enabled the Trust to purchase a brand-new coach that can accommodate a maximum of 18 passengers and has the space for five portable stretcher beds, or six wheelchairs, or a combination of both. The climate-controlled vehicle also contains a small kitchen, emergency medical supplies and equipment including mobile hoists, and a defibrillator and can be accessed by a large platform lift.
Disabled supporters can book places on the Jumbulance when purchasing away tickets. The Jumbulance will be departing from the Vitality Stadium at 08:30am. Tickets for the Jumbulance are priced as follows:
- ST Holders - £27
- Non-ST Holders - £29
- Personal Assistant - £0