Stadium Tours

Stadium Tours are back!

As part of a revamped behind-the-scenes tour, visitors will get access to the players’ changing rooms – both home and away, take in the view from the Director’s Box, understand what happens in the Dixie Dean suite on a matchday, walk the tunnel to the sound of Z Cars and emerge onto the touchline taking in Ronald Koeman’s perspective from the dugout and technical area.
The 2017/18 season sees Goodison Park celebrate its 125th anniversary and Everton’s expert tour guides will provide an insightful trip through the history of the world’s oldest purpose-built football stadium and one of the most pioneering clubs in the English game.
Participants on the tours will also receive 20% off in the Club store at Everton One.    
A warm welcome awaits all visitors to Goodison Park, as the Club caters for the needs of any group or individual.
Gill Derbyshire, Head of Fan Based Services, said: “We’re delighted to see the return of our stadium tours, following a period of development work at the ground.
“Goodison Park is one of the world’s most iconic football stadiums and our revamped stadium tour is part of a new offering for our fans and tourists to Merseyside. Visitors can see and learn more about Goodison Park than ever before including behind-the-scenes access to areas used by the Everton first team, learn about the Club’s rich history and strong ambitions for the future.”
Tours are available every day starting at 10am in 90 minutes lots. The last tour of the day is at 2.30pm, subject to availability.
Everton stadium tours do not operate on a home matchday and only Legends Tours operate the day before a first-team home fixture – find out more here.
Booking in advance is required.
All tours are non-smoking and last approximately one hour.
Adults - £15
Concessions - £10
Child (18 and under) - £5
To book a tour click here or alternatively call 0151 556 1878 between 8am and 6pm, Monday to Friday.

Tickets can also be purchased at the Goodison Road Box Office and ticket kiosk within Everton Two in Liverpool One.

Supporters with disabilities are advised to email details of any special requirements or assistance they may need ahead of their specified tour date to