Liverpool to overhaul ticket-buying process through tech firm partnership

5 March 2020

LFC
Photo: PA Images The club aim to improve the performance of their ticketing website and make it easier for fans during peak sale times.

The club are investing in technology from leading mobile-focused ticketing platform SeatGeek to make buying tickets easier.

Eight clubs in the Premier League already use technology from the New York-based company.

Emil Gjerding Nielson nielson@offthepitch.com

Liverpool are overhauling their ticket-buying process ahead of next season by utilizing technology from the leading mobile-focused ticketing platform SeatGeek.

The club aim to improve the performance of their ticketing website and make it easier for fans during peak sale times.

SeatGeek's platform, already used by eight other Premier League clubs, has a dynamic queuing system to manage busy periods and also supports mobile access at stadium turnstiles for the use of e-tickets.

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