Liverpool supporters’ elation at making it to yet another Champions League semi-final has been overshadowed by the news that tickets for away fans, who travel to Barcelona, will cost €119.
Following a consecutive great and successful trip to Porto, LFC have reached another Champions League semi-final. This time we meet Barcelona. Amid the excitement and anticipation of the next two games, those hoping to travel to Spain will have concerns about both the cost and availability of tickets.
Spirit of Shankly joined the Premier League and supporter representatives from all PL Clubs at Wembley on 21st March.
Following our AGM, held on Tuesday 19th March 2019, members have voted on all the proposals put before them. All proposals were voted for in favour, with the full results below.
Ahead of our AGM, below is the agenda, proposals and accounts for the meetings.
After a brilliant trip to Germany, Liverpool supporters were eager for Friday's Champions League draw. Again we have been paired with Porto and while we all hope for another fantastic result as we had last season, for fans intending to travel to Porto there is concern about the price they will be asked to pay for a match ticket.
Jay McKenna has been involved with Spirit of Shankly since the very beginning. He has served on the committee in all that time and is currently Chairperson, Jay is standing down at the forthcoming AGM. “I really never had any intentions of getting involved with Spirit of Shankly.
Ahead of our forthcoming AGM, we want to remind you that nominations are open for members to put themselves forward to serve on the union's Management Committee. This would be an opportunity to take forward the union, speaking up for supporters and continuing the work of Spirit of Shankly in making a difference.
Anticipation for for this season’s Champions League draw on Thursday 30 August is already huge, with supporters ready to make plans. But mixed with excitement is the dread that some of the issues travelling fans faced last season will be repeated.
European Cup finals are special. Everyone knows just where they were and how they felt. We remember them by the name of the city where they were played and a standout that happened. Istanbul and the comeback. Paris and Barney's chip. Rome and Bruce’s spaghetti legs. Kiev and exploitation.