Liverpool fans have been hit by lengthy queues on their return to Anfield.
Kopites have been posting the long lines they’ve been met with trying to enter the stadium for today’s Premier League clash with Burnley on social media .
Anfield is hosting its first game at full capacity for almost 18 months amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
In accordance with Premier League guidance, Liverpool are adhering to a digital-first policy for the 2021-22 season.
Season-ticket and membership cards have been scrapped, while there there is no paper tickets or print-at-home option.
Instead, supporters are instead asked to use Near Field Communication (NFC) tickets or photo idea cards to enter the stadium.
There were problems with the NFC technology when they were trialled in pre-season friendlies against Athletic Bilbao and Osasuna earlier this month.
Liverpool said they had carried out a full review after the game to ensure entrance into Anfield against Burnley was as smooth as possible.
But supporters have been hit with delays.