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Everton FC Tickets

Everton FC, aka The Toffees, have an incredibly loyal fan base, so getting a ticket to a match is challenging. Due to their strong support, away tickets are harder to get since most are reserved for home fans.

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How to Buy Everton Tickets: Home and Away

Buy Everton tickets easily with Ticket Compare. Use the table above to choose a game, then compare prices from our trusted sellers. Buying tickets for Premier League games is generally not easy. Read on for answers to frequently answered questions about how to buy Everton tickets.


How Much are Everton Tickets?

  Adult prices start from £38 for the Family Enclosure, £39 for the Lower Bullens and Lower Gwladys Street and £42 for the Top Balcony, Upper Gwladys and Paddock. The most expensive seats are in the Park End at £45.   Premier League tickets are always difficult to get hold of, even with a membership. Ticket Compare can ensure you get the tickets to your chosen game and avoid disappointment. 

How Much is an Everton Season Ticket?

  Season ticket prices range from £465 (for the Family Enclosure) to £580 (in the Upper Gwladys) for an adult.

Can You Get Everton Tickets Without Membership?

  A small number of tickets will go on general sale before each match, but they could be restricted view seats and often sell out quickly. Members have access to tickets three days before general sale, but even then there is no guarantee and tickets are still difficult to obtain. You can get hold of match-day tickets on Ticket Compare.    Membership costs £25 per year for adults, but does not guarantee you tickets.   

About Everton

  Everton FC is an English professional football club based in Liverpool, Merseyside. The club was established in 1878 and joined the Football League in 1888 as a founding member.     Everton competes in the Premier League, which is the top tier of English football. The club's supporters are colloquially known as 'Blues' or ‘Evertonians’ and the club itself is often nicknamed ‘The Toffees’.  

Stadium Information

  Goodison Park is based in Liverpool, Merseyside, England. With a capacity of 39,414 it is the thirteenth-largest football stadium in England.    Goodison Park is well-placed for access via public transport, with plenty of services to and from Liverpool city centre. You can also attend the match by car, as parking is available in Stanley Park, approximately half a mile from the stadium.   The address is Goodison Road, Liverpool, L4 4EL  

Honours and Trophies

  Everton has won 9 league titles, 5 FA Cups, 1 League Cup, and 1 European Cup Winners' Cup. They have competed in the top division for a record number of seasons, having missed only four top-flight seasons. They are the second-longest continuous serving club in English top-flight football.  

Team Information 

  Everton’s all-time record goalscorer is Dixie Dean, who scored 383 goals in 433 appearances. Dean was also the first player to score 60 or more goals in a season, which he did twice.   Alan Ball is considered one of the greatest players to ever play for the club, playing for Everton from 1966-1971. He was a part of the team that won the FA Cup in 1966, and he was also named Player of the Year in 1970. After leaving Everton, Ball played for a number of other clubs, including Arsenal and Southampton. He also played for the England national team from 1966-1972.    Other notable players include Wayne Rooney, who joined Everton in 2004, and Duncan Ferguson, who joined the team from Dundee in 1993. Both players became popular fan favourites during their time at the club, and are now retired from playing.  


  Rivalries are a key part of any sport, and football is no different. One of the most intense rivalries in the Premier League is between Everton and Liverpool FC. The clubs are just a short distance apart, and the rivalry goes back many years. The rivalry stems from Liverpool’s formation and the dispute with Everton’s officials. The two teams have fought for control of the city of Liverpool for decades, and the competition between them is always fierce.    Everton and Liverpool contest each other in the Merseyside derby, which is one of the most anticipated fixtures in English football. Despite this, the fixture is still regarded as a more respectful rivalry than many other derbies in English football. 
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