LIVERPOOL’S FOOTBALL CLUBS & STADIUMS
HOME TO TWO GREAT RIVALLING PREMIERSHIP FOOTBALL CLUBS
Founded in 1888, Everton Football Club is one of the founding members of the Football League and their stadium, Goodison Park, was the first major football stadium to be built in England in 1892. That same year, Liverpool Football Club was born, and the rivalry between the two Liverpool clubs began.
Catch a game at one of these proud stadiums just a 10 to 15-minute drive from Radisson Blu Hotel, Liverpool. Both Goodison and Anfield can be reached by a 30-minute bus ride or 10-minute taxi ride from the hotel.
Everton and the Goodison Stadium experience
Also known as The Grand Old Lady, this historic stadium offers daily tours every 90 minutes from 10 to 14.30, except on home matchdays. Tours last approximately 1 hour and should be booked in advance. If you’ve got a ticket to a home game match there’s plenty to experience.
- Head to the Fan Zone in the Park End car park three hours before kick-off and soak up the atmosphere.
- Families can head to the Matchday Hub at Everton Free School and Sixth Form College for pre-game activities. Kids can enjoy multi-sports sessions, face painting and much more.
Tours available daily: 10:00 – 14:30 and start every 90 minutes
For more information on stadium tours and admission fees please visit Everton’s website
Explore Liverpool Football Club (L.F.C.) and Anfield
Football fans all over the world will appreciate the unique Anfield atmosphere, which can be explored through various tour options and at every single game.
- Enjoy the LFC Stadium Tour available in 9 languages, including British sign language.
- Savour the pre-game atmosphere during the LFC Stadium Matchday Tour (does not include a ticket to the match)
- The Legends Q&A & The Steven Gerrard Collection includes a Q&A with a LFC legend, photos and autographs, entry to stadium, Liverpool FC Story and Steven Gerrard Collection Exhibit.
Anfield opening hours:
- Stadium: 10:00 – 16:00 (Last entry 15:00)
- Museum: 10:00 – 17:00