The Sandon Complex – which is historically famous for being the birthplace of Liverpool Football Club – will host two ultimate football festivals in May.
The first will mark the last game of the season for LFC on Sunday 22nd May from 12pm-12am with a huge outdoor screen, entertainment, live music outdoor and indoor bars, and an electric atmosphere to watch the game in HD just a stone’s throw from Anfield stadium where the roars and cheers will be heard!
VIP ticket holders will also have a private viewing of the match as well as a live Q&A with LFC legend John Aldridge.
Since the club’s fans were unable to celebrate the team’s Premier League win in 2020, this end of season game will be incredibly special as LFC draw closer to winning the league this year.
For anyone who hasn’t got a ticket to the game, The Sandon will be the nearest venue to the stadium to watch the match and celebrate.
The following weekend on Saturday 28th May from 2pm until 1am, The Sandon will host a second football festival for the highly anticipated Champions League Final against Real Madrid.
Complete with the huge outdoor screen being erected, as well as entertainment, live music, food, drinks across indoor and outdoor bars, The Sandon will provide an electric atmosphere to soak up the Champions League Final.
Tickets are £10pp for standard tickets for both events or VIP tickets are £35 for access to The Sandon’s Thompsons Hospitality Suite where guests will enjoy a two course meal and a drink on arrival too. Usually, The Sandon will expect around 5,000 fans at the complex on big match days.
Standard End of Season party tickets can be purchased here and VIP tickets are available here.
And Champions League Final tickets can be purchased here.
All ages are welcome and The Sandon is family friendly.
Kate Stewart, owner of The Sandon, said:
“There’s no doubt that it’s an incredibly exciting time for Liverpool right now. Like all Liverpool fans, The Sandon has been eagerly awaiting both the Champions League Final and the last game of the season for LFC. Within a week of each other, the atmosphere at Anfield will be simply electric and we’re so fortunate as the birthplace of LFC to also be within a stone’s throw from the ground.
“Both football festivals at The Sandon will have a huge outdoor screen, live entertainment from local artists and of course, an unrivalled atmosphere. There’s absolutely nothing like being at The Sandon on big games like this and we can’t wait to see everyone joining us to watch these pivotal moments for Liverpool FC.”