Will there ever be a Lego Anfield?

The lego recreation of Liverpool’s stadium is absolutely spot on. It is made up of 2000 lego bricks and measures at approximately half a metre square and it’s available to buy from the Brickstand wesbite where they’re hoping to create an artistic representation of all 92 English football league club stadiums.

How much does it cost for a tour of Anfield?


Tour Type Adult Child (U16yrs)
Tour Type Legends Q&A & The LFC Stadium Tour Adult£50.00 Child (U16yrs)£30.00
Tour Type The LFC Story (Museum Only) & The Steven Gerrard Collection Adult£12.00 Child (U16yrs)£8.00
Tour Type Anfield Origins Tour & The LFC Story Adult£17.00 Child (U16yrs)£11.00

How long is the stadium tour at Anfield?

70-90 minutes
The LFC Stadium Tour duration will be 70-90 minutes maximum and a visit to The Liverpool FC Story interactive museum will be 30 minutes maximum.

Will Lego make more football stadiums?

Another LEGO football stadium is rumoured for 2022 Following LEGO for Adults 10284 Camp Nou – FC Barcelona, rumours suggest that plans are in place for another football set next year.

What is Anfield Boom Room?

The Boom Room, which will be housed in the Anfield museum from September 21, tells the epic story of Jürgen Klopp’s team throughout the record-breaking season which led them to their first league win in 30 years.

Why is Anfield called Anfield?

The stadium is named after the surrounding area, Anfield. The word originated in the combination of Old and Middle English words, which mean “a field on a slope”.

What Lego football stadiums are there?

St. James’ Park LEGO set.

  • Anfield football ground set. Anfield football ground set.
  • Centre Court LEGO set. Centre Court LEGO set.
  • Old Trafford LEGO set. Old Trafford LEGO set.
  • Murrayfield LEGO set. Murrayfield LEGO set.
  • Stadium of Light LEGO set.
  • Middlesbrough FC’s Riverside Stadium.
  • Stamford Bridge LEGO set.