You'll find a great choice of Liverpool Football packages available in city centre hotels and in B&Bs and hotels around the two big football stadiums - Anfield and Goodison Park. Liverpool Football packages usually include accommodation, a museum and stadium tour and often extra perks like free drinks and breakfast, transport to football grounds or a football souvenir. City centre transport links to both stadiums is excellent, with extra services always running on match days.
Liverpool FC is synonymous with the City of Liverpool and as big a part of Liverpool history, its people and culture as The Beatles. A variety of stadium tour experiences are available so you can get up close and personal with your favourite club, going behind the scenes at Anfield and taking a tour of one of the world's most famous stadiums.
Tour choice includes the Anfield Stadium and Museum Tour or opt for the full day Legends Tour. Premium Anfield Experiences also feature a full day with plenty of opportunity to meet Liverpool legends and you'll enjoy lunch at Anfield in the Executive box. Top of the Liverpool Tour options is The Ultimate Anfield Experience featuring added extras like your chance to actually train with Liverpool legends! Tours are reasonably priced, with great value family ticket options available.
The iconic Anfield stadium sits just 3 miles north of the city centre, 4 miles off the M62 and 7 miles from the end of the M57 and M58. Clear signposting to Liverpool FC is from the city centre. Liverpool Lime St Station is a mere 2 miles from the club, and taxi prices are cheap or alternatively buses depart regularly to the stadium from Queen Square bus station.
Everton Football Club's history is as rich as its neighbour, stretching back to 1878. Numerous football greats have played for the club through the years including the legendary William Ralph Dean and Gary Lineker. Goodison Park, Everton FC's historic stadium, sits just 3 miles north of Liverpool city centre.
Everton Football Club is one of England's oldest, with a rich football history dating from its origins as the 'parks and gardens' team of St Domingo School in 1878. The name change to Everton a year later. Back then Stanley Park half a mile away from Everton's current historic stadium Goodison Park was the venue for matches (with the team carrying their own goal posts!).
Everton's stadium tour experiences are available on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday from 11am to 1pm. No tours are available on match days. Your Goodison Park tour will last around one and a quarter hours, and include a walk down the famous tunnel, behind the scenes tours of dressing rooms and more. Individual bookings, small and large groups are all welcome.