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40 points for Liverpool away

Tickets for Newcastle United's Premier League away game at Liverpool are now on sale.

United travel to Anfield on Wednesday, 31st August for an 8pm (BST) kick-off and sales opened to season ticket holders with 100 or more away points on Monday, 1st August, then dropped to 80 points on Friday, 5th August.

On Monday, 8th August, the requirement was lowered to 70 points, before there was another drop - to 60 - the following morning.

Then at 10am on Wednesday, 10th August, supporters with 50 or more away points could get their hands on tickets.

And the following morning, that was reduced once more to 40 points.

Prices are:

Adults: £30 (£22.50 disabled)
Over-65s: £22.50 (£17 disabled)
Young adults (17 to 21-year-olds): £15 (£11 disabled)
Juniors (16 and under): £9 (£7 disabled)

Junior tickets must be sold with an accompanying adult ticket. When attending the game, all children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult who is over 18 years old.

Any child attending the game without an accompanying adult will be refused entry. Supporters are advised ahead of purchase that Liverpool FC do not upgrade concessionary tickets.

Tickets marked 'restricted view' and 'severely restricted view' carry a discount of £1 and £3 respectively for adults, over-65s and young adults. Junior tickets remain at £9.

Restrictions include:
Row 1 - due to personnel movement
Rows 2-5 - caused by the wheelchair platform
Rows 34-35 - if supporters in front of these rows stand up then these rows will have a very limited view of the goals due to the overhang of the Upper Tier roof
Other rows - due to the stanchions supporting the Upper Tier, which impair the view of either goal

Please note - in purchasing a restricted/severely restricted view ticket, you are in acceptance of this. These tickets are strictly non-refundable whether before or after the game.      

Rail seating in visitors area

Rail seating has been installed within the Lower Anfield Road Stand. Supporters allocated rows 1-5 should remain seated to avoid impairing the view of those attending in wheelchairs.

Additional information

Please note, no bags are permitted in the stadium, other than small bags needed for hygiene products or medical needs. 
Anfield is a cashless stadium. 
All supporters must remain seated throughout the match.
Liverpool FC encourage all fans attending the stadium to have a Covid-19 test at least 24 hours before the game.  

Please note, supporters need to be logged in to their account to complete ticket purchases.

If you want to assign tickets/buy on behalf of other supporter numbers, your accounts need to be linked.

Once you reach first place in the queue, you have ten minutes to enter the site to continue your purchase - if you do not do this, your queue number will be rejected.

To purchase tickets, visit book.nufc.co.uk or call the Box Office on 0344 372 1892.

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