On The Road: Liverpool

By SFC Media time Thu 30 Jan Liverpool v Saints
Photo by Matt Watson | Anfield

Southampton are back on the road this weekend as the team head to high-flying Liverpool. Check out our handy away guide before you travel…


Club Details

Address: Liverpool Football Club, Anfield Road, Liverpool, L4 0TH
Telephone: 0151 264 2500
Capacity: 54,074
Website: www.liverpoolfc.com
Nickname: The Reds
Kit colours: All red

Away Supporters

Our away following (approximately 1,829) will be housed in the Anfield Road Stand. This stand is also shared with home supporters.

Getting There By Car

On Friday 31st January from 10pm, the M27 will be closed between junctions 3-4. It will remain closed until Monday 3rd February. Parts of the A3057 will also be closed.

Please check routes before driving! Or click here for more information.

Visiting supporters can leave their cars at nearby Goodison Park for £10, but there is no parking at Anfield for away fans.

Getting There By Train

The main railway station is Liverpool Lime Street, which is around two miles from the ground. A taxi will usually cost around £7-£9, or buses go from nearby Queen Square Bus Station. On matchdays you can use the Merseyrail network to link with the Soccerbus service from Sandhills Station.

Coach Travel

Coach travel will be provided by Coliseum Coaches. Coaches will depart St Marys at 6.45am, Eastleigh at 7.00am, Winchester at 7.15am and Chieveley Services at 7.45am.


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