The Liverpool U18s will play Watford in the semi-finals of the FA Youth Cup on Sunday afternoon, with the tie a great chance to see the youngsters at Anfield.
The U18s have been in exceptional form so far this season, led by the goalscoring prowess of Paul Glatzel and Bobby Duncan, who both struck in the quarter-final thrashing of Bury.
Glatzel netted twice and Duncan, Rhys Williams and Jake Cain also scored in a 5-1 victory at Gigg Lane, while Watford progressed after an extra-time winner from Ryan Cassidy, beating Leicester 2-1.
Sunday is set to be a fiercely contested clash, as Liverpool bid to reach the final of the FA Youth Cup for the first time since 2009.
The club have now confirmed that the semi-final will take place at Anfield on Sunday, March 17, and the Kop will be open for an all-ticket fixture, with details as follows:
Adults – £3
Over 65’s, Young Adults & Juniors – £1
Season-ticket holders and members can gain admission free of charge but must still secure their ticket in advance:
Online – from 1pm, March 11 until 1pm, March 15
Ticket Office – from 1pm, March 11 until 10am, March 17
Disabled and ambulant tickets must be purchased from the Ticket Office or by calling 0151 264 2500.
Supporters can purchase up to a maximum of 10 tickets per transaction.
Bar-coded paper tickets will be provided for all supporters attending and must be used to gain access into the stadium. Liverpool Football Club season ticket and member access cards will not be activated.
Barry Lewtas is likely to field a strong side at Anfield, with the likes of Williams, Cain, Glatzel and Duncan joined by Vitezslav Jaros, Yasser Larouci, Leighton Clarkson, Edvard Tagseth and Luis Longstaff.
With Liverpool not kicking off at Craven Cottage until 2.15pm on Sunday, this provides a perfect opportunity to watch the free-scoring U18s in action.