The club have avoided price hikes ever since fans staged a mass walk-out in 2016
Liverpool have confirmed they will freeze all season and general admission ticket prices for a fourth season in a row.
The decision comes after persistent pressure from fan groups and ongoing calls for a fairer price structure in the Premier League.
Manchester United, Arsenal and Tottenham will also keep season ticket prices the same for the 2019/20 campaign.
Liverpool recently announced record pre-tax profits of £125million over the previous financial year and broadcasting deals continue to bring more wealth into the game.
The Reds have been keen to avoid ticket price hikes following the mass walk-out at Anfield in February 2016 in protest against controversial top-tier pricing plans.
The club’s owners, Fenway Sports Group, subsequently reversed the policy and prices have been frozen ever since.
‘Spirit of Shankly’, the Liverpool supporters’ group, have been instrumental in ensuring the club acts in accordance with the fans’ wishes.
“The club has continued to engage with a wide range of supporters regarding ticket prices and initiatives through its regular fan forums,” read a Liverpool statement.
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“The Reds will also continue to offer £9 general admission seats to local fans for every Premier League, European and domestic cup home games with an allocation of more than 10,000 tickets across the season.
“In addition, the club will continue to support schools in the Anfield area through its commitment of providing 1,000 free tickets for local children to attend Premier League games throughout the season.”