Goodison Park is the country's first stadium built solely for football and has been Everton's home ground since 1892. Goodison Park is also the stadium with the most Premier League matches in Premier League history. Everton has many loyal fans who always come to Goodison Park and fill up the stadium. Goodison Park has a capacity of 40,569 spectators, making it the 10th largest stadium in the Premier League.
Outside of Goodison Park is a tribute to Everton legend Dixie Dean, who scored an impressive 60 goals in the 1927/28 season.
Transportation to Goodison Park:
Taxi: It takes about 15 minutes by taxi from Liverpool city center to Goodison Park (depending on traffic, of course) and costs around 5 - 10 pound. If you do not have cash with you, remember to ask the driver if they accept cards.
Bus: On match days, you can take bus 919 to St John's Park opposite Liverpool Lime Street. Other buses you can take are 19, 20, 21, 310, and 345 to Queen Square Bus Station.
We offer football trips to Liverpool including tickets, selected hotels, and flights from several airports.
Go on a football trip to England and see Everton play in goodison park
Sections at Goodison Park
Executive padded seats located in Sir Philip Carter Park Stand including access 3 hours before kickoff and 1.5 hours after the match, single course hot food, match programme and halftime tea and coffee.
Included in the tickets:
- Executive Padded Seats
- Located in Sir Philip Carter Park Stand
- Access 3 hours before kickoff and 1.5 hours after the match
- Single course hot food
- Match rogramme
- Coffee and tea at halftime
There are no matches available the moment.