February 28, 1914
Liverpool will follows their usual course of training, and it is expected that the men who beat West Ham will be quite fit for the fray. Just a word with regard to the prices of admission. Owing to the immense demand, the prices for the stands have been increased.
Spion Kop will be thrown open as usual to the six-penny spectator, but the two paddocks and the Anfield Road end have been raised to one shilling. The big stand will be set apart for reserved seats, the centre being four shillings and three shillings and the ends two shillings.
The old stand in Kemlyn Road is also set apart at two shillings.
It is quite evident, judging by last Wednesday’s rush for admission, that there will be a tremendous demand for tickets. The big stand is all numbered and reserved. Boys will be charged three-pence for Spion Kop and six-penny for the ordinary shilling places.
(Football Express: February 28, 1914)