The clash is set for Sunday, February 27, kicking off at 4.30pm GMT, with the club confirming ticket details on Friday afternoon.
Liverpool have been granted an allocation of 32,999, with ticket sales restricted to online only, and a queueing system will be in place.
There are three planned sales, with a fourth possible if all tickets are not sold to priority rights holders, season ticket holders, members and those successful in the ballot.
Prices (Adult / Young Adult / Concessions)
Category 1 – £100/£75/£50
Category 2 – £90/£67.50/£45
Category 3 – £72/£54/£36
Category 4 – £56/£42/£28
Category 5 – £40/£30/£20
Premium seats located on Level 2 range from £62.50 to £150.
Dates of sales
First sale: January 28-31 – Priority rights holders
Second sale: January 31-February 2 – Season ticket holders and members who have attended at least three League Cup games this season
Third sale: February 4-7 – Supporters successful in the ballot who have attended at least two League Cup games this season
Fourth sale: February 8 – Supporters unsuccessful in the ballot and on waiting list
Disabled season ticket holders and members
Visit the accessibility hub for full sale details.
Seasonal hospitality members
Seasonal hospitality members will be emailed with details on how to apply for tickets.
When did we last win the League Cup?
Jordan Henderson was the only current member of the Reds’ squad on that day, beating Cardiff on penalties after a 2-2 draw a decade ago.