The Liverpool players had to get out of Anfield with a rope rope, descending from a height of more than 30 meters! What’s going on there
Liverpool players Harvey Elliott, Diogo Jota and Calvin Ramsey have unveiled a thrilling new attraction at the Reds’ iconic home ground, the Anfield Descent.
The players encouraged fans and thrill-seekers to descend more than 100 feet (more than 30 meters) down the edge of the stadium’s main stand, which has a capacity of 21,000 seats.
They are also joined by LFC staff who are the first to take part in an exciting challenge that allows you to see the Anfield stadium from a completely different perspective.
The ride begins with climbing a flight of stairs to the top of the roof of the main stand, where the participant will enjoy stunning panoramic views of the city and its many attractions from one of the highest points on Merseyside.
Each participant buckles up with all the necessary protective equipment before heading to the top of the main stand, during the descent, you can touch the official emblem of the club.