How much is a taxi from Liverpool Lime Street to Anfield?

The quickest way to get from Liverpool Lime Street to Anfield is to taxi which costs £7 – £9 and takes 5 min.

How do I get to Anfield?

Get the train to Kirkdale or Sandhills and take advantage of the LFC Cycle Hub in Stanley Park Car Park. Many mainline rail services call at Liverpool South Parkway. If you get off here you can connect on to Merseyrail’s Northern Line which will take you to Sandhills station.

Why is it called Liverpool Lime Street?

“Lime Street was set out in 1790, named after William Harvey’s lime kilns. In 1804 the doctors at the local infirmary complained about the smell, so they were moved. But of course, the street kept its name. It must have had a very frontier atmosphere in the 19th century.

Who owns Liverpool Lime Street?

Network Rail
Lime Street is the largest and oldest railway station in Liverpool, and is one of 18 stations managed by national infrastructure maintenance company Network Rail.

What number bus goes to Anfield?

Are you ready for the 2021/2022 season? You can get to every Liverpool home game with ease this season on our dedicated match day 917 bus service. The 917 service operates to and from Liverpool City Centre direct to Anfield, offering match-goers a simple and affordable route to Anfield.

How much is a taxi from Liverpool City Centre to Anfield?

The quickest way to get from Liverpool One to Anfield is to taxi which costs £8 – £10 and takes 7 min.

How much does a tour of Anfield cost?


Tour Type Adult Child (U16yrs)
Anfield Experience £95.00 £50.00
The LFC Stadium Tour £23.00 £14.00
Legends Q&A & The LFC Stadium Tour £50.00 £30.00
Matchday Stadium Tour 21/22 Season £17.00 £11.00

Can you use cash at Anfield?

LFC Stores and merchandise outlets accept cash, credit and debits cards.

How old is Liverpool Lime Street?

185c. 1836
Liverpool Lime Street railway station/Age

Does Liverpool have an underground?

With 4 city centre underground stations – Lime Street lower level, Liverpool Central, Moorfields and James Street – you can easily get around the city, giving you more time to see everything Liverpool has to offer.

Does Liverpool Lime Street have an underground?

Located on Lime Street, the Liverpool Lime Street railway station is considered to be the gateway to Liverpool City Centre. The station consists of a mainline and an underground railway station and is the largest railway station in Liverpool city centre. It is managed by Network Rail.

Is there a bus from Anfield to Lime Street?

Liverpool Lime Street to Anfield bus services, operated by Stagecoach Merseyside & South Lancashire, arrive at Anfield, Liverpool FC station. Where can I stay near Anfield?

Where is the nearest train station to Anfield?

A lot of fans will head to Anfield by train from various parts of the country such as London. Liverpool’s main railway station is Lime Street, which is about two miles away from the stadium. It is about a 40-minute walk to Anfield from Lime Street and we recommend stopping at May Duncans for a drink on the way.

Where is the Lime Street station in Liverpool?

Liverpool Lime Street Station is located 7 miles from Liverpool John Lennon Airport and has great connections to all of the UK’s main rail networks and connections onwards to the airport. Where is Liverpool airport bus? Liverpool Airport is connected to the centre of Liverpool with shuttle bus AirLink 500.

What’s the best way to get to Anfield from Liverpool?

The quickest way to get from Liverpool One to Anfield is to taxi which costs £8 – £10 and takes 7 min. How do I get to Anfield by bus? Fans can catch the 917 express bus service which will run direct from Liverpool city centre (St John’s Lane) to Anfield every 10 minutes.