Car parking on match days...

Zico Nealy

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Gotta say though, I’ve never once been to Anfield in a car. Except in off season museum and shop trips. Growing up in Wirral best way was train to James. Street then 17. Best bit though, and what I loved so much as a kid was walking back Breck and Scotty, through town to a Pier Head then get the ferry. No 3 to Champions. Jobs a good un.
 

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It’s been years since I drove there. Do you still have to pay little snottty faced kids to “mind your car “ ? I used to like that, part of the match day ritual at Anfield along with pie/chips/curry sauce and trying to buy a pint when it was ten deep at the bar in the Albert. Now I go in the main stand with clients and it’s all a bit bland and corporate.
 

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Hi we are travelling up for game Wednesday night can you tell me more about parking at the residential home post code if you have it and if we would be able to park there please Julie
I've been led to believe that this car park is now closed, does anyone know if this is the case
 

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I try & avoid driving on match days however the Powerleague car park is alright for £7. The traffics not too bad getting out either!
 
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I try & avoid driving on match days however the Powerleague car park is alright for £7. The traffics not too bad getting out either!
There are a few around the ground, a few of them block you in, not a problem if you’re not in a hurry to get home.
St Johns School L4 1UN is good £6 and you don’t get blocked in
 

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We now regularly use the All Saints carpark on Oakfields. Just need to get their early enough.

Downside is you do get stuck in traffic compared to parking further out, but at £7 it's cheaper than those further away.
Up to a tenner now.

I also forgot to add it's good for for a pint pre-match in there. All reds.
 

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#38
It’s been years since I drove there. Do you still have to pay little snottty faced kids to “mind your car “ ? I used to like that, part of the match day ritual at Anfield along with pie/chips/curry sauce and trying to buy a pint when it was ten deep at the bar in the Albert. Now I go in the main stand with clients and it’s all a bit bland and corporate.
Everton open up the staff car park behind the Park End on LFC match days. It's a tenner, gated and secure with attendants. About 10 minutes walk to Anfield and if you get back quick enough you can shoot off towards the M57 before the traffic builds up.

It's always full, a good few hundred cars.