I know the demand for ticket is higher than the supply at anfield. But is 70,000 too much for 20-30 home games per year. Would they raise the ticket prices if they moved? Some American Football teams have trouble selling out their 70,000 plus stadiums for only eight home games a year, but would have no problems selling out in a 45,000 seat stadium. 70,000 is a real big jump to maintain that kind of attendance for 20-30 games, unless the club offers cheeper tickets for the upper sections. I really would hate to see the atmosphere at anfield become stale and distant like Juve's home stadium, or even Bayern's.