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Normally on the other side of the stadium on Anfield Road there are wrought iron gates which have the legendary Liverpool phrase ' You'll Never Walk Alone' displayed above them.
Whilst behind the Main Stand there is the moving memorial to the victims of the Hillsborough disaster.
To find this pub, turn left at the junction where Arkles is (opposite direction to where Anfield is over to your right) onto Anfield Road.
Head away from the ground and the pub is down at the bottom of this road on the right hand side'.
This Stand was originally called the Kemlyn Road Stand (and later named the Centenary Stand), part of which was built in 1963 with an additional tier and row of executive boxes being added in 1992. In the corner between the Kop and Kenny Dalglish Stands is an electric scoreboard, which surprise, surprise, shows the match score in bright red letters.
The stadium is totally enclosed, with all corners filled.
These extra tiers have made this stand simply huge, having increased the capacity of it from 12,000 to 20,500 and increased the overall capacity of Anfield to over 54,000.After three miles turn left at the traffic lights into Utting Avenue (there is a Mc Donalds on the corner of this junction).Proceed for one mile and then turn right at the Arkles pub for the ground.It is two tiered with a smaller upper tier overhanging a larger lower one.On the remaining side of the stadium is the fair sized, two-tiered, Kenny Dalglish Stand, which is named after the former club player and manager.
The atmosphere is normally good, so sit back and enjoy the experience.