Known as the birthplace of Liverpool FC, The Sandon has remained closed for the entire 2020-2021 season due to the COVID-19, but will reopen to show Liverpool’s clash with Crystal Palace on Sunday
A bar complex in Anfield, known at the birthplace of Liverpool FC, will be reopening for the club’s final game of the season on Sunday, May 23.
Home to six bars, The Sandon will welcome guests to watch Liverpool v Crystal Palace on Sunday with doors opening from 12pm. Liverpool need to win the game to secure Champions League football next season.
The Sandon has remained closed for the entire 2020-2021 season due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but is giving guests the chance to watch the final game at the complex. It’s also just a stone’s throw away from Liverpool’s Anfield ground which will also welcome back fans for the game.
The venue has limited tables available both indoor and outdoor for up to six guests. Tables are priced at £30 which includes 10 bottled beers. And guests who had tickets for The Sandon’s 2020 end of season party are welcome to use their tickets for this event too.
It will also have new mobile food vendor, Scouse Mai, on site to provide its menu favourites including salt and pepper fries, salt and pepper chicken, salt and pepper sui mais and spring rolls.
Kate Stewart, owner of The Sandon, said: “Myself and The Sandon team have been devastated to have been closed throughout the entire football season and we really want to give our guests the chance to watch the final game of the season at the complex and where it all began for LFC.
“The atmosphere at The Sandon is incomparable and I’m so excited to welcome everyone on Sunday to celebrate and watch Liverpool’s final game of the season.
“We’re not charging entry or for tables. The £30 charge is redeemable on bottled beers but it limits the amount of no shows and allows those who really want to come, a chance to book and secure their seats.”