Goodison Park

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General Information

Goodison Park is a football stadium that is the home of Everton Football Club, who are situated in Liverpool, England. The stadium has been the home of Everton FC since its completion in 1892. The stadium is quite old in terms of football stadiums holding matches in England's top division, but it's that character that has been built up over 120 years that makes people fond of the stadium. The stadium has held more top flight football than any other in England.

Getting there

The stadium is situated out of the city centre in the suburbs, the stadium is accessible by bus but is two to three miles away from the closest train station which is ‘Liverpool Lime Street’. If taking the bus, take either the 19, 19a, 20, 21 or 311 from ‘Liverpool’ bus station which will drop you right outside the ground at a cost of about £2.

Opening Times and Admission

The best way to see Goodison is by attending an Everton FC match, they play at home a minimum of 19 times in a season which runs from August to May. Tickets to attend a football match range from £20-50. The club also run tours of Goodison Park which are available at a cost of £15 for Adults, Concessions £10 and Under 19's £5. Tours take place most days apart from match days. The first tours of the day start at 10 am.

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Posted: 4 May 2018, 01:48

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Proper football ground

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A traditional football ground and one of a few in the top league. If you haven't been I suggest you do before they knock it down. Been numerous times to matches there and you get a working class feel walking down the tight side streets to the stadium which inside is old and traditional but gives a refreshing feel than the modern bowl type stadiums. I was in lv1 above the paddock and the view was slightly restricted by the support structures.

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