Liverpool fans group Spion Kop 1906, the group responsible for the flags and banners on the Kop, are urging supporters to walkout on 77 minutes of the game against Sunderland on Saturday.
The move comes after new ticket prices for next season were revealed by the club earlier this week.
The prices will see some regular tickets in the new Main Stand cost £77 for a ‘category A’ match, with some season tickets breaking the £1,000 barrier for the first time.
Liverpool have attempted to hide the increases for some by introducing new £9 child tickets – which are only available for 3 ‘category C’ games, representing less than 0.5% of total tickets for the season.
Supporters are angered by the increases not only in the new Main Stand – where the top price rises from £59 to £77, but also rises in the Centenary Stand and Anfield Road Stand.
Tickets in the Centenary Stand rise from £59 to £66, while a £52 ticket in the Anfield Road rises to £65 – despite neither stand improving facilities. Same view, same seat – huge increase.
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