Trips to Liverpool Resumed!!!

Ken Solomon and Quest Sports Travel announced that they are resuming their “Trips to Liverpool”  for the second half of the 2021-2022 season, beginning with two matches this February…Leicester City and Norwich.  The Reds have been “red hot” so far this campaign, and are looking to continue into the New Year. 

Leicester City, February 9th

Brendan Rodgers and Leicester City return to Anfield in a mid-week matchup on Wednesday, February 9. Leicester is looking to rebound from a tough first half and is fighting to move up the table. Keeper Kasper Schmeichel and Jamie Vardy lead the Foxes, whose squad also includes ex-Red Danny Ward.

Norwich City, February 19th

The Norwich Canaries rejoin the Premier League this year after relegation last season and are fighting to stay up. Keeper Tim Krul, who is usually at his best against the Reds, leads the Canaries for their match on February 19, along with ex-Red Ozan Kabak and US International Josh Sargent. This should prove to be a captivating match that should see Liverpool’s front line pushing for multiple goals.

Trips to Liverpool is a nearly all-inclusive program that includes among other items: match tickets in the Sir Kenny Stand, a pre-match meal in the #8 Lounge at Anfield, 4 nights stay in a 4-star hotel in the City Centre, Anfield Stadium tour, and special footy related activities and surprises. Starting in the 2012-2013 season, the Trips have consistently provided North American Supporters with an unsurpassed opportunity to experience the Reds like a true local, along with a personalized introduction to the city and its vibrant, colorful and engaging community.

Details for these matches are at You can also reach Ken Solomon/Quest Sports at

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