LFC warn fans about forged and fake tickets
AS the season comes to an end with Liverpool still in contention for the league, if not quite in control of their own destiny, demand for tickets is at a high. Preying on that demand are touts, often selling tickets that either don’t exist at all or are forgeries.
With this in mind the club has issued the following warning to supporters ahead of the final two games of the season:
LFC warns fans of counterfeit tickets ahead of Crystal Palace fixture
Liverpool Football Club has been contacted by a number of fans voicing concerns over supporters who intend to travel to Selhurst Park for Monday night’s sell-out fixture against Crystal Palace without tickets.
The Club is reminding its supporters to be aware of counterfeit tickets, and to only travel to Selhurst Park if they have an official ticket.
Those fans that do have tickets are encouraged to arrive at Selhurst Park in good time ahead of kick-off at 8pm.
The Club is working closely with Crystal Palace to ensure that fans with official tickets can access the stadium with extra LFC stewards on hand to assist with security at Selhurst Park.
Merseyside Police will also be supporting the Metropolitan Police with any illegal ticketing issues around the stadium prior to kick-off.
Both remaining Reds’ fixtures are now sold out and the Club is asking fans to be extra vigilant with tickets and to ensure that their tickets are purchased from authorised selling points.
All tickets purchased are the responsibility of the supporter whose name is on the ticket. Any breach of regulations may be subject to further investigation that could ultimately result in the Club pursuing a ban for each person involved for future LFC games.
Liverpool FC is very proud of our support at every game, not just at Anfield, but wherever we play in the world. Thank you again for your continued support of the team.