Liverpool Football Club have today confirmed ticket prices for the forthcoming 2010-11 Barclays Premier League campaign.
Liverpool's 19 home league matches have been divided into three pricing categories to reflect demand for tickets amongst supporters.
Category A games for the 2010-11 season include: Arsenal, Chelsea, Everton, Manchester City, Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur
Category B games for the 2010-11 season include: Aston Villa, Blackburn, Bolton Wanderers, Newcastle United and West Ham United
Category C games for the 2010-11 season include: Birmingham City, Blackpool, Fulham, Stoke City, Sunderland, West Bromwich Albion, Wigan Athletic and Wolverhampton Wanderers
Main Stand, Centenary Stand, Paddock Enclosure and Anfield Road:
Category A games: £45 (over 65s £34)
Category B games: £41 (over 65s £31)
Category C games: £39 (over 65s £29.50)
Combined Adult Child Anfield Road (1Adult/1Child)
Category A games: £67.50
Category B games: £61.50
Category C games: £58.50
Category A games: £43 (over 65s £32.50)
Category B games: £39 (over 65s £29.50)
Category C games: £37 (over 65s £28)
Disabled and Visually Impaired, Paddock, Anfield Road:
Category A games: £34
Category B games: £31
Category C games: £29.50
Disabled and Visually Impaired, Kop Grandstand:
Category A games: £32.50
Category B games: £29.50
Category C games: £28
Category A games: Free
Category B games: Free
Category C games: Free
*Please note that with the Government introducing a VAT increase in January 2011, our match day ticket prices will be subject to change.
So, £47.50 for anywhere other than the Kop for a Cat A game. That's a £10 increase is it not? **** off out of our club you thieving Yank bastards and take your ******* ticket price raise with you. Burying bad news on the day Joe Cole signed are you? Well, you've only just gone and riled up the fanbase again you *****.