Anfield is an association football stadium in the district of Anfield, in Liverpool, England. The stadium was built in 1884 and was originally the home of Everton F.C.. The club played at the ground until 1892, when they left after a rent dispute. Since then the stadium has been home to Liverpool F.C., who were formed as a result of Everton leaving Anfield. It is a Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) 4-star rated stadium and has hosted many international matches at the senior level, including England matches. The ground was also used as a venue during Euro 96. Earlier in its history the stadium was also used as a venue for different events, such as boxing and tennis matches.
How To Get There:
From M6: North – Leave the motorway at Junction 26 and carry on to the M58 westward. Continue to the end of this motorway and then take the exit from the roundabout on to the A59 heading towards the city centre. After approximately three miles, turn left on to the A5058. Next turn right on to the A580, passing Stanley park on your left, then turn left into Anfield Road. Stanley Park is on your left and Anfield stadium is on your right.
The nearest station is Kirkdale, about a mile from the ground. The main station in Liverpool, Lime Street, is about three miles from the ground.
Country: United Kingdom