There is a replenishment at Anfield… now fans can descend on a rope from Liverpool’s house!
Starting next month, fans will be able to descend from a height of more than 100 feet down from the main stand of the 21,000-seat stadium and enjoy a panoramic view of the city.
The Reds trio of Harvey Elliott, Diogo Hota and Calvin Ramsay recently took on the task of officially opening a new addition to the stadium.
The descent to Anfield begins with climbing the stairs to the roof of the main stand, where you are greeted by a stunning panoramic view of the city and its many iconic landmarks from one of the highest points of Merseyside.
Each participant is expertly strapped in with all the necessary protective gear before leaning over the edge of the very top of the main grandstand and descending 100 feet down its side.
In addition, you can touch the huge official coat of arms of the club, descending to the ground below.
This brand new adventure full of adrenaline is available through LFC Stadium Tours & Experiences and can be booked right now on its website here.
To participate, participants must be at least ten years old, for young people (10-17 years old) the ticket price is 38 pounds, and for adults — 45 pounds.
You will also receive a souvenir bracelet, free admission to the Liverpool Football Club History Museum worth £10 for adults and £6 for children, as well as a full safety briefing and equipment for the descent per day.
For season ticket holders and official LFC members, there is a promo code with a 10% discount: MEMB10ABSEIL. Upon arrival at the stadium, visitors will have to present an NFC pass on their smartphone to confirm the offer.