February 12, 1913
The Football Association has plainly shown that it will not countenance bad management of big crowds, and clubs have been practically advised to make a minimum charge of one shilling where the ground is small and the match most attractive. Now Liverpool’s officers had to seriously consider the visit of Newcastle, for there is no doubt that the match is one of the greatest in the club’s history, and the crowd will be enormous. However, they have decided not to make a shilling charge, although they have wisely decided that the boys entrance must be closed on this important occasion. Note the prices arranged: New stand, 5-, 3-, and 2s (numbered and reserved); paddock of new stand, 1s; Kemlyn Road stand, 2s (reserved, but not numbered); Anfield Road stand (that is at the back of the goal) and the Kemlyn Road paddock, 1s. Spion Kop is the only six-penny portion.
(Liverpool Echo: February 12, 1913)
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