Sunday 10th April 2016 | Kick Off 4.00pm
ANFIELD has been the home of Liverpool since their formation in 1892.
It was, however, first used by neighbours Everton who played home games there for six years, before leaving to move into their own purpose-built ground following a dispute over rent.
The highest attendance ever witnessed at the stadium is 61,905 for Liverpool's 2-1 FA Cup Fourth Round win over Wolverhampton Wanderers in February 1952, although the capacity at the now all-seated stadium is 45,362.
Constant work has been carried out at Anfield through the years, with the Main Stand's paddock terracing area being replaced by seating in 1982.
Ten years on, the Kemlyn Road stand was replaced by a two-tiered Centenary Stand to coincide with the anniversary of the Club's formation, whilst the Kop was rebuilt to become another all-seated stand in 1994.
The Anfield Road Stand was refurbished and given a second tier in 1998 too, and it is in the lower tier where Stoke City supporters are housed.
Those travelling to Anfield will notice significant changes to the Main Stand with expansion work continuing as part of Liverpool's regeneration work.
Liverpool have a team of dedicated fan support team who are on hand around the exterior of Anfield to assist with any enquiries.
The location areas where the team members are based are visible and are easy to identify by their yellow high visibility jackets and information flags.
The nearest cash machine is located outside the Kop entrance to the stadium, the opposite end to where the visiting supporters' turnstiles are situated.
FAMILY PARK AND FOOD VILLAGE
Based on Anfield Road opposite the turnstiles for Stoke City supporters, the Family Park and Food Village welcome supporters and families of both teams.
Open from three hours before kick off, there are catering bars offering a variety of hot and cold food and drink, along with activities and competitions for fans of all ages to take part in.
The Family Park and Food Village also includes a disabled toiled and baby changing facilities.
MATCHDAY STADIUM ENTRY
A collection of Stoke City staff members and supporters have worked closely with both Liverpool FC and Merseyside Police with a focus on enhancing the experience for travelling supporters on the day.
The maximum number of turnstiles will be open at Anfield, though supporters are asked to allow plenty of time for the process of entering the stadium.
Visiting supporter coaches will revert back to their usual departure point on Arkles Lane, off Anfield Road, for this fixture.
There are numerous car parks near to Anfield including the St Domingo Road car park (post code L5 0RS), which is roughly a 10-minute walk to the stadium. For a PDF map, click HERE.
Please note that there area is a residents-only parking zone and a valid permit is required to park a car in any street within the vicinity of the stadium.
Taxis from Lime Street to Anfield usually cost between £7 and £9.
Bus number 18 runs from the nearby Queen Square Bus Station to the stadium, whilst the number 26 and 27 services operate from Liverpool One's Bus Station.
The popular Soccerbus service also runs from Sandhills Station, one stop north of Lime Street on Merseyrail's Northern Line.
The Soccerbus runs two hours before each match (last bus from Sandhills Station is approximately 15 minutes before kick-off) and for 50 minutes after the final whistle (subject to availability).