Fans will have the opportunity to watch the second leg of Liverpool's Champions League tie with Bayern Munich on a big screen at Anfield.

The screening of the match, in association with BT Sport – the exclusive live broadcaster of the competition in the UK – will take place on Wednesday March 13.

Before the game begins, supporters will be able to enjoy a range of entertainment, including face painting, live music and more.

Food and drink can be purchased on the concourses and taken to seats to enjoy during the match. Those looking to beat the queue can also pre-order refreshments to be delivered to their seat during a break in the game, or collected from the concourse, by downloading the SeatServe app.

Turnstiles will open at 6.30pm, with entry closing 15 minutes after kick-off.

Parking is available in Stanley Park car park for £5 per vehicle, which will be payable at the gate on the night.

Tickets for the live screening will be available to purchase from from 11am on Thursday February 21 until 5pm on Tuesday March 12 and are priced at £10 for adults and £5 for children.

After that time, the club will not be able to accommodate any further walk-up sales.

Local young fans from four high schools – North Liverpool Academy, Alsop High School, Notre Dame Catholic College and The Academy of St Francis of Assisi – will be invited to attend the screening as part of the club’s Red Neighbours programme.

For further information and to purchase tickets, please click here.