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Ladies Announce Season Ticket Prices

by Helen Mayo @Everton

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Everton Ladies have confirmed Season Ticket prices for the 2013 campaign.

Once again, Everton has committed to making football affordable for families, with adults able to guarantee a seat at every Ladies home game for just £28 and under-16s securing their seat for only £14.

Alternatively a family Season Ticket is available, for two adults and one child, priced at £60; or an adult and child Season Ticket can be snapped up for just £35.

Season Tickets, which are available to buy now, include access to all seven home WSL games plus all home fixtures in the FA Cup and Continental Cup competitions.

Along with guaranteeing competitive prices for a fun family day out, the Blues home games are traditionally family affairs with activities such as free face painting, half-time penalty shoot-outs and competitions to win signed Everton Ladies merchandise regularly on offer for supporters.

Match-by-match tickets, which are available at the turnstile on the day of the game, are priced at just £5 for adults; half-price for under-16s and over-65s; £6 for an adult and child ticket; or only £10 for a family ticket for two adults and one child.  

Andy Spence’s side will play their first game of the WSL season at home against Doncaster Rovers Belles on Sunday 14 April (2pm kick-off).

To buy an Everton Ladies Season Ticket, simply email . For group bookings or any other ticket enquiries, email Ticketing Officer Jody Handley at .

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