Experience Anfield Like a VIP: An Unforgettable Lunch


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Experience Anfield Like a VIP: An Unforgettable Lunch

Anfield Experience and VIP Lunch

The Anfield Experience and VIP Lunch is an incredible way to immerse yourself in the home of Liverpool Football Club. With exclusive access to the world-famous stadium, plus a delicious two-course lunch, it’s the perfect way to celebrate a special occasion.

What’s Included

The Anfield Experience and VIP Lunch includes a guided tour of Anfield Stadium, access to the Liverpool FC Museum, and a two-course lunch in the Club’s exclusive restaurant, the Boot Room.

Your tour will take you through the inner workings of Anfield Stadium, from the changing rooms and pitchside to the famous Kop stand. You’ll also get a chance to explore the interactive displays in the museum, including an interactive timeline of the club’s history and a collection of memorabilia.

At the end of your tour, you’ll be served a two-course lunch in the exclusive Boot Room restaurant. The menu includes classic British dishes, all made with fresh, locally sourced ingredients.

The VIP Treatment

As part of the VIP package, you’ll receive a complimentary souvenir gift, a programme and a commemorative certificate. You’ll also have the chance to have your photo taken with the Champions League trophy.

Your tour guide will be an expert on the history of Liverpool FC and the city of Liverpool, so you can be sure you’ll get the most out of your experience.

Group Discounts

Groups of 10 or more can take advantage of special discounts on the Anfield Experience and VIP Lunch. For more information, contact the stadium on +44 151 264 2222.

How to Book

The Anfield Experience and VIP Lunch is available year-round, except on matchdays and other special occasions. To book, simply visit the Liverpool FC website and select the date and time you’d like to visit.

Important Information

  • Tours last approximately two hours.
  • The Boot Room restaurant is suitable for vegetarians, vegans and those with food allergies.
  • The tour is wheelchair accessible.
  • Photography and video recording is allowed in the museum, but not in the stadium.


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