MAGIC weekend takes place at Anfield for the first time this weekend.

THE Wire will be well represented at the home of Liverpool FC, with the club having sold more tickets than any of their rivals.

It is believed the club have sold around 4,000 tickets as Steve Price’s side take on Wigan Warriors at 7pm tomorrow.

Here is a what you need to know guide ahead of the event.

Pass Out System

A pass out/return system is being operated on both event days allowing spectators to move freely to and from the stadium bowl – there is no limit on the number of times someone is allowed to pass out and re-enter.

Alcohol Policy

The stadium rigorously enforces its Challenge 25 alcohol policy. ID is requested if the purchaser looks under 25. Alcohol is permitted in the stadium bowl.


In partnership with Liverpool FC and Seat Serve, fans at Anfield can order a range of food and drinks direct to their seat – so you never need miss that match winning try or huge hit.

To take advantage of this service Our League members just need to register at and then you can order food and drink direct to your seat all weekend.

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Magical Beatles Museum

Magic Weekend ticket holders can receive a 20% discount on entry to the Magical Beatles Museum on Saturday 25 and Sunday 26 May.

Capital FM

Supporters heading to this year’s Dacia Magic Weekend at the iconic Anfield Stadium will be able to enjoy plenty of entertainment in the Fan Zone across the weekend.

Anfield Road will host the main fan area with a live stage hosted by Capital FM and Rugby AM with special guests and chances to win prizes from Betfred Super League partners. There’ll be plenty of food and drink on offer all around the stadium.

Fan Zone

If you’re heading to Anfield as a family, then the Anfield Road Family Park will offer plenty of fun activities, family entertainers as well as food and drink stalls.

Movember’s ManVan, in association with Rugby League Cares will be returning to Magic Weekend giving fans the opportunity to get a haircut, beard trim as well as get information about men’s mental and physical wellbeing.

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In-Bowl Host

Will Perry, Eorl Crabtree and Robbie Hunter-Paul will host the 2019 Dacia Magic Weekend at Anfield.

The trio will conduct in-bowl activities, stadium analysis, pre-game entertainment and player interviews.


Paid matchday car and coach parking is available on Stanley Park on a first come, first served basis.


Fans driving to Anfield are advised that the Rock ‘n’ Roll Liverpool Marathonis taking place in the city across the same weekend as Dacia Magic Weekend. As such with an event of this type, some road closures and diversions will be in place over the two days.

Saturday 25 May

There are activities related to the Marathon happening by Albert Docks, there will be minor lane closures, however this is expected to be cleared by 10:30am.

All major road routes into the Stadium from the M62 should remain unaffected.

Sunday 26 May

The route to the Anfield area from M62 via Queens Drive and Uttings Avenue is not affected by the marathon so travel for most visitors will be unaffected.

Runners are expected to be clear of the Anfield area by around 12:00 noon so impact around the stadium will be limited to those arriving for the Salford Red Devils v Hull KR match.

Road closures to the centre and south of the city will continue until later in the day.

For those travelling from the city centre, routes via Lime Street and Islington are also unaffected.

To reiterate advice to access by car on the Sunday - Anfield isn’t accessible from all major routes, fans are encouraged to arrive via the M62 along Queens Drive and Utting Avenue.

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Bus Routes

Fans heading to Anfield from the City Centre can get the 917 bus to Anfield. The service will run throughout the weekend, running from Queens Square to Anfieldeach day. Staff will be on hand at Lime Street station to guide fans to the bus service.

Rugbybus (Soccerbus) will operate from Sandhills Train Station to Anfield as follows;

Saturday 25 May

12:30-13:45 (last departure to ensure arrival for 14:00)

15:00-18:45 (last departure to ensure arrival for 19:00)

Return buses to operate for 90 minutes after the final whistle.

Sunday 26 May

11:30-12:45 (last departure to ensure arrival for 13:00). These journeys will drop customers off at Arkles Lane due to the Rock & Roll Marathon.

14:00-17:45 (last departure to ensure arrival for 18:00)

Return buses to operate for 90 minutes after the final whistle.

Services will operate at approximately 15 minute intervals.

Saturday 25 & Sunday 26 – 501 service will operate at frequent intervals from Walton Breck Road to Lime Street from approximately 18:00 on Saturday 25th and 17:00 on Sunday 26th.

Tickets for the Dacia Magic Weekend are on sale now starting at £25 for Adults and £12.50 for concessions.

Book a group of 15 or more before 20 May and save up to 40%. Contact or call 0844 856 1115 for more information