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Liverpool vs Chelsea Tickets For Sale

Saturday, April 13, 2019 15:00

Anfield

Liverpool vs Chelsea Ticket Availability

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Section : Away End

Seatrow : Chelsea Fans

4 £215 View Tickets

Section : Cat 2

Seatrow : Anfield Road End

4 £245 View Tickets

Section : Upper Kenny Dalglish

Seatrow : Row 22

2 £250 View Tickets

Section : Main stand Upper

Seatrow : 0

20 £250 View Tickets

Section : Kop Stand

Seatrow : 0

20 £250 View Tickets

Section : Anfield Road

Seatrow : 0

20 £250 View Tickets

Section : Cat 1

Seatrow : Longside Uppers

4 £275 View Tickets

Section : Main Stand Lower

Seatrow : 0

20 £300 View Tickets

Section : Kenny Dalglish Stand

Seatrow : 0

20 £300 View Tickets

Section : KOP

Seatrow : 45

3 £300 View Tickets

Section : Cat 1 Lowers

Seatrow : Longside Lowers

4 £305 View Tickets

Section : Kop

Seatrow : Best Atmosphere

4 £305 View Tickets

Section : Behind Goal

Seatrow : Liverpool Support

12 £310 View Tickets

Section : Longside Pitch

Seatrow : Liverpool Support

12 £340 View Tickets
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Anfield

Anfield Road, Central, Liverpool, L4 OTH, United Kingdom

Homeground of Liverpool

Event Description
Liverpool Vs Chelsea

Tickets for any Liverpool F.C. home game at Anfield are always highly sought after and extremely hard to get. The demand is even higher when it is a night game under lights and the opposition is another title contender. This is the case on Tuesday the 31st of January 2017 when Chelsea visit L4 for what should be a fantastic game of football.

Without a league title since 1989/90, Liverpool are starting to look the part of genuine contenders this season and playing some of their best football since the departure of Luis Suarez. There is a lot of football to be played between now and the end of January but, on current form, both Liverpool and Chelsea should still be involved in the Premier League title chase and this game could be one of those proverbial "six pointers".

The two teams have already played each other this season when Liverpool travelled down to London and left Stamford Bridge with all three points after a 2-1 victory. The Reds played extremely well that day and thoroughly deserved their win against a Chelsea team that were still finding their feet under new manager Antonio Conte. Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp was only appointed to the job in October 2015 but the Stuttgart-born German has quickly become a favourite with the Liverpool fans for his pressing and attacking style of football. Seemingly in perpetual motion on the touchline, smiling or growling depending on how his team are doing, Klopp is certainly a character and almost worth the admission price alone just to see his antics. On the field, new signing from Southampton Sadio Mane has rapidly become a Kop favourite for his hard work while the Brazilian duo of Philippe Coutinho and Roberto Firmino are linking well together and creating chances for themselves and their team-mates. Attractive and exciting to watch, the new Liverpool are one of the highest scoring teams in the Premier League and goals can almost be guaranteed in every game they play.


Premier League Champions just two years ago, Chelsea had a disappointing last season but are back with a vengeance in the current campaign. With new manager Antonio Conte now in charge, the Blues are playing a nice brand of counter-attacking football. Conte seems to have found the right blend of youth and experience and his team are a pleasure to watch as they break swiftly from the back. Up front, Diego Costa is a striker reborn and scoring on a regular basis. A controversial figure who is loved by the Chelsea faithful but hated by opposing fans, Costa generally snarls and argues his way through games but there can be no denying the fact that the Spaniard is a class act. New signing from Leicester City, Ngolo Kante has quickly settled into the team while the Belgian midfielder Eden Hazard is once again showing just why he is one of the best attacking midfielders in the Premier League. Two of the best teams playing under the lights at the iconic Anfield and with some of the best Premier League players on view make this a game you will not want to miss.

liverpool vs chelsea tickets Whether this will be your first time to watch Liverpool or the hundredth, games at Anfield are always a special occasion and an unforgettable experience. The sight of the Kop with its numerous banners and flags is awesome and the singing of the famous Liverpool anthem "You'll Never Walk Alone" makes you break out in goosebumps and your hair stand on end. Couple that with the special night atmosphere and the chance to see two of England's top teams go head to head and you have all the ingredients for a truly fantastic evening regardless of whether you are a Reds or a Blues fan.

Ticket4Football can supply you with those all-important match tickets that are almost impossible to get and we have some of the best seats in the stadium. In business since 2005, and with thousands of satisfied customers to date, T4F is the best and safest supplier of genuine Premier League tickets and all tickets purchased are delivered in plenty of time before the match.

While we cannot guarantee the outcome of the game, we can guarantee that you will be completely satisfied with our match tickets at reasonable prices and we look forward to being of service to you both today and in the future.