Liverpool have announced that there will be fewer tickets available for home games next season. This is due to the work continuing on Anfield’s Main Stand, which is not expected to be completed until the following year.
There will be more than 500 seats deemed unavailable, allowing plans for the £100m expansion to be pushed forward. An extra 8,500 seats are due to be added, increasing our ground’s overall capacity to around 54,000.
According to the Liverpool Echo, all fans who sign up to the club’s membership scheme have been warned of the impending changes, as well as the reduced access they will have to tickets.
Season members must also have attended 15 games this season, rather than the normal 14, to have access to priority tickets for the 2015/16 campaign. There is no word on whether this will be reduced upon the completion of the work.
You can see the latest pictures from the construction by clicking HERE.