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Walk, car, bus or taxi - what is the best way to get to Anfield?

By Charles Cornwall

Walk, car, bus or taxi - what is the best way to get to Anfield?

Liverpool urged fans to plan how to get to Anfield as Liverpool prepare to kick off their 2022-23 home season.

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According to the team, the best way is to use public transport to travel quickly and comfortably to Anfield this season. The 917 Express bus service will run directly from Liverpool city centre to Anfield every 10 minutes on a match day.

The 501 bus service departs from Walton Lane, near the Anfield Road junction, costing £2.50 and upwards. Liverpool FC, Merseytravel and local transport operators continue to work together to make match day journeys more convenient for fans heading to Anfield.

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Bus: Buses are fast, frequent and convenient, with 'express' services taking you to Anfield and Liverpool city centre in around 15 minutes.

The 917 departs from Commutation Row in the city centre. Prices are £2.30 for adults single, £4.60 for adults return, £1.20 for children single and £2.30 for children return. More information can be found here. Supporters can also use the 917 service back to Commutation Row from Walton Lane after the match - please join the queue from Sleepers Hill.

Train: Lime Street railway station is two miles from Anfield. Fans can take the 917 express bus service from Commutation Row or a taxi from the station to the stadium (fares are usually between £8 and £10).

Taxi: Taxi One operates a taxi bus service from Commutation Row in Liverpool city centre direct to Anfield from £3 per person. A frequent service runs from three and a half hours before kick-off. Cars are not recommended as parking is not permitted on residential streets.

On foot: Signposted walking routes are available from Liverpool Lime Street and nearby Sandhills and Kirkdale stations to assist fans travelling to the match using local rail services. 


 


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