Liverpool to Face Tottenham Hotspur In Baltimore This July On US Tour

Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur will play against each other in a friendly this summer in Baltimore, it was announced this morning.

The two classic Premier League clubs will play on July 28, 2012 at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore. Kick-off time is 1pm ET.

“With matches already confirmed against LA Galaxy and the New York Red Bulls, this third fixture is a great opportunity for two of the biggest names in English football to showcase the strength of the Premier League to a North American audience – something we know will appeal to our many fans that live across the USA,” said Tottenham Hotspur club chairman Daniel Levy.

“It’s been a few years since we last travelled to North America to play, but everyone is very excited about our plans for this summer,” said Ian Ayre, Liverpool FC Managing Director. “The M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore is an amazing stadium and holds 71,000 fans. The prospect of playing a big game between two great Premier League clubs on American soil is one that I’m sure will excite lots of our fans because nothing beats watching the team live.”

Tickets for the July 28 match will go on sale Tuesday, April 3 at 10:00 a.m. EST. Tickets may be purchased via the following methods:

  • Online: or
  • Phone charge: Baltimore: 410-547-SEAT (7328), Washington DC: 202-397-SEAT (7328), Northern Virginia: 703-573-SEAT (7328), Out of State: 1-800-551-SEAT 1-800-551-SEAT (7328); 10:00 a.m.-9:00 p.m. Monday-Friday, 10:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m. Saturday & Sunday
  • Outlets: visit for a list of outlets and times
  • Box Office: M&T Bank Stadium ticket office (9am to 5pm, Monday – Friday)
  • Group Tickets (20 or more): (410) 261-RAVE (7283)
  • Hospitality Tents: 410-261-RAVE (7283)
  • Ticket information: 410-261-RAVE (7283) or

For more information on ticket sales, please call 410-261-RAVE (7283) or visit

Earlier this week, Liverpool announced their friendly against Roma at Fenway Park in Boston, while Tottenham last week announced their games against LA Galaxy and New York Red Bulls. The two other Premier League clubs who have announced friendlies in the United States this summer are Aston Villa and Chelsea.

What are your thoughts about Tottenham playing Liverpool in Baltimore? Are you planning on going? Is the stadium going to be filled with Liverpool supporters, or do you think Tottenham will have a large contingent? Do you think the stadium will be sold out for the game?

Also, what are your thoughts about the ticket prices? For example, Chicago Fire against Aston Villa have ticket prices ranging from $41 to $79, while ticket prices for Liverpool against Tottenham range from $44 to $136 (all prices include taxes and fees from Ticketmaster).

Share your thoughts in the comments section below.

30 thoughts on “Liverpool to Face Tottenham Hotspur In Baltimore This July On US Tour”

  1. The ticket prices are certainly discounted when thinking how much it’d cost to fly to England ($56 to sit 6th row behind the net seems quite reasonable). Of course, the ticket fees do raise the blood temperature a bit. I’m waiting for the general ticket sales. I don’t want to sit behind the goal.

    1. Though about the general sale, but I really didn’t want to be mixed in with Spurs & neutral fans. I love the idea of 4th row behind the goal…can’t wait!!

  2. I got my tickets for my family and I, Sec 138 13th Row with the :LFC Supporters! Can’t wait! For the seats we got I am thrilled, try paying that for an NFL game at the same stadium.


    1. Just curious, how did you know they were in the same section as LFC supporters? I used the code from the club and was offered a section behind the opposite goal?

      1. I just went straight to Ticketmaster and selected the Liverpool FC Fans section from the drop down. You want to be at the ‘140’ end of the stadium.

        1. Hmm…now what to do…go to fedEx field which is around the corner from my house or go to Baltimore….hmmmmmmm.

        2. Unfortunately, it’s telling me no tickets are available. When I put the code in under “promotions and specials” it spits out section 113, the opposite end.

  3. i think the $65 for Liverpool end is a fair price, VIP with no practice session is a bit steep. The Chelsea game sold out quick a few years ago and the city v inter game had a good turn out. i am a season ticket holder at M & T bank and it is definitely a great place to catch any game. CAN’T WAIT!!!

  4. Where are you guys getting a promotion code from? Can you buy the $35 tix now with it? When i try to purchase those it says i need a code…but I can buy the LFC section $65 ones without any kind of promotional code….

      1. Anle or someone else, please post it on the site to make it easier for other fans who are interested in buying tickets. Thanks!

        The Gaffer

  5. Are any Tottenham Hotspur fans going? Or is the stadium going to completely full with Liverpool supporters?

    Wherefore art thou Yiddos?

    The Gaffer

  6. Got two tix in section 141 row 9 for me and my brother–we’ll be in Suarez and Gerrard shirts. We’ll be going down Fri night if anyone wants to party let me know here

  7. I’m there!

    Just got two tickets confirmed through Reds in America in the “KOP” section (wherever that will be).

  8. Where can you buy jerseys (cheap ones) in Baltimore area. I need some for the game. It can be of either team tottenham or liverpool. I am not a fan of any (quite the opposite) but obviously the fan of futball.

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