Stadium: Goodison Park
Address: Goodison Park, Goodison Road, Liverpool, L4 4EL
Tel: 0151 330 2200
There are no tickets available in the Palace section at the stadium on the night of the match but collections & duplicate tickets will be available to collect from the Bullens Road Ticket office.
Post Code for SAT NAV: L4 4EL
Take the M6 and turn off at Junction 21A onto the M62 and then take Junction 6 onto the M57. Then two junctions later turn off onto the A580, turning left onto Walton Hall Avenue for the ground.
If you arrive early then there is street parking to be found around Walton Lane. Otherwise park over towards Anfield or in Stanley Park itself (the entrance to the car park which costs £8, is in Priory Road). Randy Coldham adds; 'If you approach from the M57 (to join the M57, leave the M62 at Junction 6), and then leave the M57 at Junction 4. Take the A580 towards Liverpool, and on the the right you will reach the Walton Lifestyles Sports Centre (L4 9XP) where you can park for £7.
Lime Street Railway Station is in the town centre, two miles from Goodison Park. Trains go from Liverpool Central Station (a short walk from Lime Street station) to Kirkdale which is a 10 minute walk from the ground. The are several buses from the city centre to within walking distance of the ground. (17, 217 from Stand L outside Lime Street Station)
Stadium Fan Zones
FanZone (in the main car park behind the Sir Philip Carter Park End Stand) aimed at adult fans
Tuk tuk Thai and other food sellers
Chang offer – 4 pints for £12
Live music from New Power Soul
Team news with an Everton ambassador and interviews with an opposition journalist from BBC Radio London and former Everton player Kevin Ratcliffe
The Hub (located on Spellow Lane) aimed at families and older fans
Games area/ DJ/ Face painting to be in situ
Children’s Meal Deal offer of £4.50 and includes Chicken nuggets or Hot dog with fries and soft drink
Adults meal deal offer £5 steak and ale pie and chips
Craft sessions in the Green room
18:00 / 18:30 / 19:00
Newspapers available and placed on tables for fans to enjoy
Picture quiz with a £25 voucher prize
Did You Know...
Everton were the first club to have a scoreboard installed in England. On 20 November 1971 Everton beat Southampton 8–0 with Joe Royle scoring four, David Johnson three and Alan Ball one. With the score being so high the scoreboard did not have enough room to display the goalscorer's names and simply read "7 9 7 9 8 9 9 7" as it displayed the goal scorers' shirt numbers instead.