In three weeks’ time it will be the 22nd anniversary of the Hillsborough disaster and as is now customary the club will be holding a service at Anfield in memory of the 96 victims of that awful day.
The service will begin at 2:45pm, but the club will open the stadium from 1pm to allow plenty of time for those attending to make their way in. The service starts at this time to allow the significance of 3:06pm to be made part of the service.
As always there is no charge for entrance, but the club have asked those who wish to attend to order their free tickets in advance. This allows the club to ensure they can plan accordingly for the numbers wishing to attend and to arrange to open more of Anfield’s stands if so needed.
Tickets will be made available from Monday with an initial allocation of 10,000. If demand looks like it may exceed this number then further arrangements will be made and announced.
The tickets can be obtained by phone, post or in person from the ticket office. To order by phone please call 0843 170 5555, or if calling from overseas call +44 151 907 9399. The address to write to if applying by post is Liverpool Football Club Ticket Office, PO Box 204, Liverpool, L69 3JF.
The club asks that anyone requiring wheelchair access please advise the ticket office when applying.
Children are of course welcome, but for safety reasons prams and pushchairs will not be allowed into the stadium.
A limit of four tickets per application has been set but the club will consider allocating more in exceptional cases.
The service is open to absolutely anyone who would like to attend.
Full details: http://lfc.tv/GV3.