Liverpool Football Club have released the following ticket selling details for the Barclays Premier League with Swansea City to be played at the Liberty Stadium on Monday, September 16, kick off 8pm BST.
The club has received an allocation of 1,955 stand tickets for this all ticket fixture.
Further to this recent announcement, Liverpool FC will be subsidising the cost of every match ticket purchased for this game by £2. The full face value of the ticket is in brackets.
Booking line by telephoning0843 170 5555 (overseas +0044 151 907 9399). Lines are open 8.15am until 5.45pm, Monday to Friday, and 9.15am until 3pm on Saturday.
Ticket office, Anfield. Windows are open from 8.15am until 3.45pm, Monday to Friday, and 9.15am until 3pm on Saturday.
Supporters can purchase tickets for up to a maximum of four qualifying fan cards and a 90p booking fee per ticket will be applied across all sales channels if paying by credit/debit card.
Executive box holders, Centenary, Premier and Executive members should contact the hospitality sales department on 0151 263 9199
Disabled supporter applications
Liverpool have also received an allocation of 12 wheelchair and carer tickets priced at £43 (£45) per pair. Ambulant tickets are also available.
Please visit www.liverpoolfc.com/accessibility for how to apply for tickets, or for further information, telephone one of our specialised advisors on 0843 170 5555 and select the disability option.
Liverpool will be operating a coach service for this fixture departing at 1pm. Tickets are priced at £27 each. Coach tickets can be purchased online by visiting www.liverpoolfc.com or alternatively, please telephone 0843 170 5555. There are no booking fees for any coach tickets purchased.
We would emphasise to all eligible applicants that tickets are subject to availability for as long as supplies last and no guarantee can be given that tickets will be available to all who apply.
Please note, if collecting or purchasing tickets on the day of a home game, we advise that you arrive as early as possible to avoid unnecessary queuing.
Refund requests will not be considered after Monday, September 2.
Liverpool would like to remind travelling fans that away tickets are non-transferrable and must not be passed on to anyone else. To ensure the safety and welfare of all fans, random security checks may be carried out on the turnstiles to check that the tickets match the buyer.
If the ticket has been purchased by a different person, the holder of the ticket and the purchaser may be subject to a banning order by the club due to breaching the terms and conditions of sale by LFC.
The club would also like to remind supporters that the use of flares and smoke bombs at any football stadium are a breach of regulations and anyone in possession of these could be subject to a banning order and police action.
LFC encourages all travelling fans to respect the values of the club when visiting other grounds.