Everton are one of the most historic clubs in the Premier League having competed in the top flight of English football for a record 114 season. The Blues have nine league championships to their name and five FA Cup triumphs. Famed for its raucous but friendly atmosphere, Football Ticket Pad can put you alongside the Goodison Park faithful.
The Toffees have also been backed by new ownership with new majority shareholder Farhad Moshiri, who will work alongside Bill Kenwright. Everton are looking for their first title since 1995 and Everton ticket holders are hoping this may be their season under new management and ownership.
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Goodison Park has been home to Everton Football Club since 1892 and is one of the oldest football stadiums in the world. The ground holds around 40,000 supporters and Everton fans are one of the most passionate and loyal supporters in the Premier League. Everton tickets give customers the chance to visit a historic stadium full of tradition and a chance to watch one of England’s longest serving clubs in action.
Football Ticket Pad has a variety of Everton tickets at Goodison Park for matches in the Premier League, FA Cup and EFL Cup for the 2016/17 season. Away fans can also secure their tickets with a selection of EFC VIP and hospitality tickets also listed for some of the Blues biggest matches.
Secure your EFC tickets and watch the Blues emerge onto the field with their Z-Cars anthem ringing round the stadium in a sea of blue and white.
Goodison Park Seating
Goodison Road Stand: This is the largest stand at Goodison housing over 12,000 fans. The Goodison Road Stand is constructed with two lower tiers and an expansive upper tier which holds both press and hospitality facilities in the middle section. A family enclosure is also in the lower tier and this is where numerous members tickets are located with Longside Lower and Longside Upper tickets. Numerous hospitality suites are hosted in the Goodison Road Stand, including: The Brian Labone Lounge, The 85 Lounge and Joe Mercer Suite.
Bullens Road Stand: Similar to the Goodison Road Stand, The East side of the stadium has two lower tiers including a paddock section with a upper tier above which is built with distinctive truss features which can be found around the stadium. Away fans are also seated in the Bullens Road Stand towards the Sir Philip Carter Park Stand. Fans can sit here with Longside Upper and Longside Lower tickets and they are packed tight to the pitch which helps generate the famous Goodison Park atmosphere.
Howard Kendall Gwladys Street End: This is where the most vocal Everton supporters are seated and is largely Everton season ticket holders who sit in this section. The two tiered stand is the most famous at Goodison and is often the end that The Blues choose to attack towards in the second half of matches. The stand was recently renamed in July 2016 to include the name of Howard Kendall in honour of the clubs most successful managed who died in 2015.
Sir Philip Carter Park Stand: The smallest stand at Goodison Park which backs onto the famous Stanley Park. The Sir Philip Carter Park Stand houses less than 6,000 supporters and it is this end of the ground where fans can see the iconic Dixie Dean statue, in recognition of the club’s greatest player of all time. The stand was also renamed to include the name of Sir Philip Carter in honour of Everton’s most successful chairman. Carter oversaw the Blues 1984 FA Cup triumph and two league titles in 1985 and 1987. Fans wishing to sit in this section of the stadium can do so with Shortside Lower and Shortside Upper tickets.
Everton Ticket Types
Season / Members card: Reserved seats which belong to EFC members which are available at Goodison Park for every home match in the season. Football Ticket Pad customers will then receive their Everton tickets in plenty of time before kick-off, then returning their season/members card back in a pre-paid envelope after the game.
EFC Season / Members cards are available in various parts of the stadium, particularly in the Howard Kendall Gwladys Street End and Goodison Road Stand. Customers can view the available ticket types when browsing their intended fixture page. Once customers get their ticket they then scan their season/members card at the listed turnstile to gain entry to the ground.
E-tickets: Everton tickets also carry an e-ticket option but this is only applicable for Football Ticket Pad customers purchasing Everton hospitality tickets. E-tickets are confirmed in an email once the payment has been processed. EFC ticket holders can then scan the email barcode on entry to the stadium. There are plenty of hospitality options at Goodison, with the most popular suites being in the Goodison Road Stand.
Paper tickets: This is the more traditional way to receive your official EFC matchday tickets. Once your payment has been confirmed on Football Ticket Pad your tickets are then sent out by post to the address provided in your payment details. Customers then receive their Everton FC tickets 3-4 days prior to the match and will be notified by email once their tickets have been dispatched. Everton ticket holders can then enter the stadium with their paper ticket at the displayed turnstile.
Everton FC: Last Season
The Blues finished 11th place in the Premier League in a season where wretched home form and defensive mishaps cost Roberto Martinez his job prior to the final game of the season.
Despite reaching the semi-finals of both the FA Cup and League Cup, it was their domestic form which was ultimately affected. Romelu Lukaku managed to fire 18 goals for the Toffees, including a run of form which saw the Belgian score ten goals in ten games through November and December.
However, in the New Year things went from bad to worse for Everton as Roberto Matinez’ relationship with the fans turned sour as supporters began to lose patience with the Spaniard. Everton mustered up just one home win in three months and ended the season with one win from ten matches, including demoralising defeats to bitter rivals Liverpool, Swansea, West Brom and Sunderland in a season which saw the Blues draw more matches than any other team in the Premier League with fourteen draws.