Liverpool FC is inviting all season ticket holders to visit Anfield to trial the newly introduced NFC digital passes, which will be used when attending all home games during the upcoming season.
From Monday July 19 to Saturday July 31, season ticket holders will have the opportunity to come down to the stadium to test their digital pass and ensure it reads correctly on the turnstile. Opening hours will be: 9am to 4pm, Monday to Friday; and 10am to 3pm on Saturday.
Supporters must first download their pass online and then report to turnstile B at the Kop stand, which is located by Paisley Square and the club’s retail store. Wheelchair users can also report to entrance DA 1 by Paisley Square to test their pass and gain entry to the stadium.
If any fans experience any issues downloading their pass or scanning it at the turnstile, they can visit the ticket office, which will be providing support during the trial.
Any fans coming down to the stadium to test their NFC pass are welcome to park on Stanley Car Park.
All season ticket holders and official Members will receive correspondence from the club with information on how to download their NFC digital pass onto their smart phone. The pass will only need to be downloaded once for the 2021-22 season.
Those season ticket holders and Members who do not have access to a smart phone or NFC technology can request a stadium access card with their photograph.
The club first introduced NFC technology to Anfield in December 2020, with the intention of removing the need for paper tickets.