Liverpool Women will play at Anfield for the first time when they host Everton next month.
The match will take place on Sunday November 17 with a 3pm kick-off – forming part of the FA Women’s Football Weekend during the next men’s international break.
Reds CEO Peter Moore, who is also chairman of LFC Women, said: “This is an historic moment for women’s football on Merseyside.
“We’re incredibly proud to have our women’s team play their first league game at Anfield and for it to be a Merseyside derby against Everton makes it extra special.
“Our fans now have the opportunity to watch our women’s team at our spiritual home and I’m sure it will be a memorable occasion.
“We look forward to extending the warmest of welcomes to Everton’s players, staff and supporters.”
Adults and over 65s: £5
Wheelchair and ambulant: £4
*Juniors (16 & under): Free of charge
*Junior tickets can only be allocated with adult or over 65 tickets and can be obtained within a ratio of 1:3 in the advertised family areas.
Season ticket holders and Members can gain admission free of charge but must still secure their ticket in advance.
LFC Women season ticket holders and supporters who have already purchased tickets via Liverpool FC Women – Web Ticket Manager will be contacted by email in the week commencing October 28 with details of how they can obtain their tickets.
Tickets can be purchased:
Online – from 10am on Thursday October 24 until 1pm on Wednesday November 13
Ticket office – from 10am Thursday on October 24 until 3pm on Saturday November 16
Accessible tickets must be purchased from the ticket office or by calling 0151 264 2500.
Supporters can purchase up to a maximum of EIGHT tickets per transaction.
Vicky Jepson, manager of LFC Women, said: “Myself, the staff and the players are all thrilled to have the opportunity to play a game at Anfield.
“It is always special to represent a club like Liverpool but to do so at our home stadium is a fantastic prospect.
“It’s a great chance for us to introduce our women’s team to a whole new group of Reds supporters and, quite simply, we can’t wait.”