This Is Anfield
When the revised 2016/17 ticket prices were announced, perhaps the biggest surprise was the end of match categorisation.
FSG’s U-turn on ticket prices is as welcome as it is unexpected
Following Wednesday’s unprecedented u-turn from John Henry, Tom Werner and Mike Gordon, we analyse the revised 2016/17 prices.
The way in which the PFA use the vast sums of money they make every year is a “scandal”.
Liverpool announced a U-turn on roundly criticised increases in ticket prices for 2016/17 and 2017/18, regaining the respect of supporters.
Former Liverpool manager Roy Evans believes the club will listen to the supporters over ticket prices.
Jamie Carragher was among those who left Anfield in the 77th minute of Saturday’s clash with Sunderland, and the ex-Reds defender has explained why.
Though he was not there to witness it, Jurgen Klopp has recognised Saturday’s walkout protest at Anfield as a turning point for the club and its supporters.
Despite missing Saturday’s 10,000-strong protest against Anfield ticket prices, Jurgen Klopp was in defiant mood in calling for a “solution.”
Liverpool have cancelled a question and answer session with chief executive Ian Ayre as the row over ticket prices continues.
Under the new ticket pricing structure announced by Liverpool FC last week, 75% of seats in the three existing stands will increase.
Saturday’s walkout protest at Anfield may have sparked owners John W. Henry and Tom Werner into life, after “emergency talks” over a review.
Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson refused to use the mass fan walk-out as an excuse for their late capitulation at home to Sunderland.
There seems to be a divide on what is, to me anyway, something that should unite us, writes Chris Williams.
Season ticket holder Jeff Goulding shares his feelings from Anfield on Saturday – the conversations that took place and the debate from both sides.
A Liverpool fans’ group has warned of further demonstrations in the matches against Manchester City and Chelsea following Saturday’s mass Anfield walkout over ticket prices.
The team showed no fight but thousands of those in the stands did, writes Sachin Nakrani.
Addressing concerns over the financial impact of a new stadium in 2012, John W. Henry’s stance jarred miserably with that of 2016.
Joining supporters in rallying against absurd new pricing structure, Liverpool players are said to have “baulked” at the cost of a box in the new Main Stand.
Reaction to Saturday’s Anfield protest as part of Match of the Day‘s coverage Alan Shearer admonished FSG for their pricing increase.
Saturday’s walk-out protest at Anfield made the headlines more than Liverpool’s 2-2 draw with Sunderland.
Although Liverpool drew 2-2 with Sunderland on Saturday, it was the walk-out that made the headlines.
First-team coach Pepijn Lijnders, standing in for Jurgen Klopp post match after the 2-2 draw with Sunderland, says the fans have every right to protest if they wish.
Liverpool supporters staged a walkout protest in the 77th minute in reaction to the club announcing ticket prices of up to £77 for next season.
Season ticket holder Jeff Goulding provides a response to the skeptics bemoaning the planned protest on Saturday at Anfield.
Liverpool chief executive Ian Ayre claims he is surprised by the reaction to the club’s new ticket prices and defended the price changes.
Jeff Goulding explains why he’ll be walking out on 77 minutes on Saturday, and the importance of the ticket price protest and why it matters.