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Ticketing

Ticketing is the most regular issue that fans tend to have with Liverpool Football Club.

Typical issues are ticket prices, availability, members sales, booking system, fan update for members, fan update for season ticket holders and ticket touting.

Our track record includes #FootballWithoutFansIsNothing, #TwentysPlenty and supporting Spion Kop 1906’s #WalkOutOn77.

We’ve been successful in driving the away ticket price cap, have successfully campaigned on home ticket prices, Cup pricing, local sales. We constantly strive to help young people get into Anfield. We collaborate with the FSA, other supporters groups on a range of ticketing issues nationally and we’ve campaigned in Europe for a fairer share of tickets and better conditions surrounding European Finals.

Its an ongoing and ever movable issue that isn’t going to go away. We commit to representing Liverpool supporters and our members and speaking up on the issues that concern us all.

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For our team we’ll travel anywhere …?

When LFC published the selling details for our away Champions League fixture against Porto, we noted with interest that the price of tickets had been omitted. We were extremely concerned to see that the club were “in discussions with UEFA to clarify the pricing structure for this game”.

January 24th, 2018|News, Ticket Prices|

Twenty’s plenty becomes a reality

A scheme launched today will cap a Premier League away ticket at £20. Following on from this season’s cap of £30, for one round of fixtures in April, an away ticket will cost £20 – making the slogan ‘Twenty’s Plenty’ a reality.It is the result of a joint venture between the Football Supporters Federation (FSF) and Virgin Media.

April 6th, 2017|News, Matchday, Ticket Prices|

A difficult choice – FSG need to act

Spirit of Shankly are delighted to share more positive news on the North Liverpool foodbank campaign. Following discussions and meetings throughout the summer with the Imman at the mosque at Brougham Terrace, they are to become a partner. They will hold collections on Fridays at weekly prayers.

February 8th, 2016|News, Ticket Prices|

Ticket prices – The next steps

Spirit of Shankly are delighted to share more positive news on the North Liverpool foodbank campaign. Following discussions and meetings throughout the summer with the Imman at the mosque at Brougham Terrace, they are to become a partner. They will hold collections on Fridays at weekly prayers.

February 5th, 2016|News, Ticket Prices|

Response to LFC ticket prices

Spirit of Shankly are delighted to share more positive news on the North Liverpool foodbank campaign. Following discussions and meetings throughout the summer with the Imman at the mosque at Brougham Terrace, they are to become a partner. They will hold collections on Fridays at weekly prayers.

February 2nd, 2016|News, Ticket Prices, Local issues|

Hull – The choice for supporters

In just under twenty four hours’ time, Liverpool FC will take to the pitch at the KC Stadium. It’s a regular run-of-the mill Premier League match. Off the pitch, and in the stands, it is anything but regular. Instead of the usual packed and boisterous away end, full of the club’s loyal supporters, there will be empty seats. The usual defiant stand taken by supporters will be just a stand, bare and quieter than usual.

April 27th, 2015|News, Union, Ticket Prices|

Liverpool and United say £nough is £nough

Amid the frenetic atmosphere of the Liverpool - Manchester United game last weekend, supporters of both clubs were able to put their fierce rivalry to one side to display solidarity on an issue that affects all supporters, regardless of team colours. That issue is the price of match tickets and the message is simple - £nough is £nough.

September 11th, 2013|News, Ticket Prices|

Premier League Money for Away Fan Initiatives

The Liverpool Supporters' Union has been advised that a pot of money, around £4 million, sourced from PL revenues has been made available to split between all Premier League Clubs. This means that each Club has received around  £200,000 with the proviso that this money is spent on initiatives to improve the experience for away fans.

August 22nd, 2013|News, Ticket Prices|

Ticket Prices at Away Games – Update

Following the resolution at our last EGM, the Liverpool Supporters' Union has been working on its plan to campaign for a flat rate of a £25 away ticket price for all supporters at Premier League matches. Away ticket prices have hit the national headlines in recent days, due to the £62 cost of a ticket for the  forthcoming Liverpool FC fixture against Arsenal. In comparison, Stoke City supporters are being charged just £32 for their equivalent fixture against Arsenal. What is clear, is that supporters of all clubs are being ripped off. Categorising football matches, however, means that some are being ripped off more than others.

January 10th, 2013|News, Ticket Prices|

#thecostofbeingliverpool

On Saturday morning, before Liverpool's home game with Wigan Athletic, Spirit of Shankly hosted a very well attended meeting at the Sandon Pub - where the Liverpool Supporters' Union was founded almost five years ago. The central focus of the meeting was a panel debate and members' discussion around the ever increasing price of match tickets, particularly certain away fixtures. Joining the Union's Jay McKenna on the platform were Bob Humphries and Les Wright from the Liverpool Supporters' Committee.

November 20th, 2012|News, Union, Ticket Prices|
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