Find out the latest plans ahead of next season…
Liverpool have today confirmed that season ticket prizes for adults will remain the same next season, while junior season tickets will be cut by £20 – reports the Daily Mirror.
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That means that the 2015-16 campaign at Anfield will cost you between £710 and £869 depending on which area of the ground you sit in. The reduced junior tickets will now cost £180.
The move comes less than a week after a minority of Liverpool fans joined with rival Arsenal supporters to protest the continuing rise in prices surrounding Premier League football (via The Telegraph).
Fans of the Reds have just about got value for money this year, with a roller-coaster of a season still offering up the possibility of a tantalising conclusion, should we be able to further close the gap on fourth place Manchester City. However, the home form has been nowhere near as impressive as the 2013/14 campaign.
Liverpool chief executive Ian Ayre, who is quoted by the Mirror, revealed that the decision on prices was made following discussions with the Liverpool FC Supporters’ Committee.
He said: “Our season ticket holders are extremely loyal to this football club and we are pleased to announce a reduction for our young fans and a price freeze on adult season tickets for next season.
“Every year we give careful consideration to season ticket prices and consult with the official LFC Supporters’ Committee to ensure we understand the views of our fans and the areas that are important to them.
“The club had planned to slightly increase season ticket prices in line with inflation but after discussing the club’s wider ticketing strategy with the supporters’ committee ticketing working group we decided to freeze prices.
“Discussions are ongoing both in terms of other ticket prices for next season and importantly the wider issue of finding financially sustainable initiatives that increase accessibility and affordability of tickets at Anfield.”