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Liverpool FC and Liverpool FC Women Make Plans to Welcome Fans In

The club is working toward fans’ safe return

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The club looks toward the Liverpool FC Women’s December 6th fixture against Crystal Palace as the goal for fans’ return to Prenton Park, with 900 tickets reportedly to be available.

Fans will need to buy tickets ahead of time (they will not be on sale at the ground) and answer a health questionnaire before attending. Supporter guidelines will be updated to reflect public health concerns.

Also on December 6th the club plans to welcome fans back to Anfield for the men’s fixture against Wolves. There will be 2,000 tickets available and these will be limited to the Liverpool City region. The tickets will be paperless to minimize contact, and fans are encouraged to get a COVID test prior to coming to the ground.

The clubs’ plans need to be ratified by the Ground Safety Advisory Group in the coming week.

If approved, tickets will become available via a ballot system for season ticket holders or current official Members with 19 credits from the 2018-19 Premier League season.