Urban Chic Apartments - Henry Street

50 Henry Street, Liverpool, L1 5BF, United Kingdom
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trip to anfield to watch the home game

by ahmadhisham

I am staying in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia and is planning to watch a liverpoolfc home match in November 2010 (season 10/11). Please advise on the travel arrangement such as flight ticket, airport transfer, accomodation, transportation, anfield tour, liverpool city tour, how to purchase the match ticket and the total cost?


Re: trip to anfield to watch the home game

by leics

The first thing to do is organise your match ticket..without this there is no point imn planing your trip (unless you are happy to visit without seeing a match).

Getting tickets is not easy at all. Find out how on the official Liverpool team website:


If you ar ehappy to visit without seeing a match (which, as I say, may be difficult) then look at www.skyscanner.net for flights. You may not be able to fly direct to Liverpool.

Come back to VT and ask about airport transfers (train and/or buses are available from all UK airports) once you know where you will be landing.

You will find all accommodation listed on the official Liverpool tourist information site here:


Additionally, www.booking.com is a reliable hotel website, with honest guest reviews.

You can take a hop-on bus tour of the city, if you wish:


Details of the Anfield tour here:


Re: trip to anfield to watch the home game

by Rosstipha

Tickets can be hard to come by, the earlier the better.
Liverpool will be in the europa league this year on thursday nighta, unlike the premier league games they rarley sell out, that would be your best bet if you dont want to pay too much.

If you dont mind paying a little extra theres 2 other options.
Which will guarantee your place in the anfield crowd for a premier league game.

Option 1: Thomas cook sport which is an english travel agent offer match breaks.
Which gets a match ticket a stadium tour and one night accomodation.
Can be little pricey though. http://www.thomascooksport.com/Football/Premier-League/Liverpool-FC#box1 (if you take this option only book for 1 night and book your accomidation for extra nights indepently.

Option 2: Liverpool official hospitallity. While the average ticket sell out, they can generally book you in for a match if you pay extra for a meal and drinks http://www.liverpoolfc.tv/tickets/hospitality

Getting here from KL your best bet is to fly into Manchester which is about 45 mins away from Liverpool on the train. If you fly into london, the train will take 3 hours and is quite expensive.
Liverpool has an airport but really only serves european destinations on budget airlines.
As for accomidation Liverpool has top range hotels and budget digs so need to know your budget first??

Travel Tips for Liverpool

Maritime museum madness

by caribou_ire

If you're interested in maritime activities, boats, ships and all that lark, perhaps a visit to this maritime museum would be ideal for you.
I however, have no great burning desire to learn about all these kinds of things. My interest began to wain as we reached the second floor, which seemed very similar to the first floor. When I reached the 3rd floor, i was really tiring, and had absolutely no desire to read any more about 'ye olde battleships', and how they all worked. Luckily by this stage it was nearing closing time, and we had to leave. What a pity.
On the bright side of things, it was free to get into and so i didn't really feel let down by it. Maybe i learned a thing or two...
If you have any interest at all in this kinda thing, go check out the place. Mildly amusing Mildly...

Titanic Memorial

by sandysmith

Keeping walking past the Liver building, over a little bridge and you will come to the Titanic memorial. Its inscription reads " IN HONOUR OF ALL HEROES OF THE MARINE ENGINE ROOM" so at first you might not realise its referring to the Titanic ;-). It was originally designated as the Engine Room Heroes Memorial (RMS Titanic) but it was subsequently decided to honour all marine engineers and engine room hands lost during WWI and the (RMS Titanic) part of the inscription was not used.


by DUNK67

The Toffees
Goodison Park
League Play In
Premier League
League Champions 9: 1890-91, 1914-15, 1927-28, 1931-32, 1938-39, 1962-63, 1969-70, 1984-85, 1986-87
League Runners-up 7: 1889-90, 1894-95, 1901-02, 1904-05, 1908-09, 1911-12, 1985-86
FA Cup Winners 5: 1906, 1933, 1966, 1984, 1995
FA Cup Finalists 7: 1893, 1897, 1907, 1968, 1985, 1986, 1989
League Cup Finalists 2: 1976-77, 1983-84
European Cup Winners' Cup Winners 1: 1984-85
FA Charity Shield Winners 9: 1928, 1932, 1963, 1970, 1984, 1985, 1986 (shared), 1987, 1995
FA Youth Cup Winners 3: 1964-65, 1983-84, 1997-98
British Championship Winners 1: 1963

Home Kit
Blue shirt, white shorts, blue socks
Away Kit

Everton now bill theirselves as The People Club, I wouldn`t say that they are quite that friendly but it certainly isn`t as intimidating as some football clubs.
Goodison Park is an old stadium in need of some redevelopment to make it more comfortable and supporter friendly. I commented on my Burnley page on how nice it was to visit a ground with old wooden seats, here at Everton they still have them too in the visitors section but there is no leg room whatsoever. On top of that there are roof supports in the line of sight as well. To watch the match the only equipment you really need is a good strong voice to sing your club`s songs and encourage the team and your eyes to actually watch the game, some people do take a pair of binoculars if they sit far from the pitch.
Apart from the above the club s encourage you to buy their merchandise to enhance your matchday experience, you can buy virtually anything from hats and scarfs to the full blown replica kit, which generally is updated annually.

Steam Fire Pump

by sandysmith

Inside the Great Western Railway building are several old wonderfully preserved fire pumps and engines.

This one was a Shand Mason Steam Fire Pump from 1901. The North Lancashire Fire Force used this pump in the Second World War. It delivered about 350 gallons (1,600 litres) of water per minute. It needed two powerful horses to haul it to the fire!

The Blue Angel

by Lucybelle about The Blue Angel

Its quite a grotty little night club that you go to at the end of the night, but the drinks are really cheap and there's always a great atmosphere. I think anything goes for this place as it's a bit of a student bar.


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Address: 50 Henry Street, Liverpool, L1 5BF, United Kingdom