Liverpool increases season ticket prices, junior and local passes remain frozen

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Premier League football club Liverpool has revealed a 2% price increase for season tickets and members’ matchday tickets for the 2024-25 season, but will continue to freeze prices for juniors, while also maintaining its local £9 (€10/$11) tickets.

The price rise equates to less than £1 per game for season ticket-holders, the club said. 

Liverpool also said that the rise was the result of a significant increase in costs across the club; in the past six years, annual operating costs at Anfield have increased by nearly 40%.

All ticket prices had been frozen during those six seasons, before a 2% increase was introduced for season tickets and matchday tickets last year. Elsewhere, junior tickets have been frozen at Anfield for 10 consecutive seasons. 

Season ticket prices range from £713 to £904 for adults, with the most expensive seat located in the Main Stand, and the least expensive in the Kop. 

Last weekend, Liverpool welcomed its highest league attendance at Anfield, with a 60,061-strong crowd watching the 2-1 win against Brighton and Hove Albion. 

The crowd record is thanks to the expansion of Anfield, with the club given the green light to increase the capacity of the stadium to more than 61,000 back in 2021. 

The Anfield Road Stand redevelopment has faced delays, in part thanks to Buckingham Group Contracting – the company leading the works – entering administration in August last year.