Atalanta: Limited Spaces Left For Official Travel Package

A limited number of places for Everton’s official travel package to next Thursday’s Europa League tie at Atalanta are available to purchase.

The Blues launch their group stage campaign against the Italians, who finished fourth in Serie A last season.

Atalanta are playing their European home fixtures this season at league rivals Sassuolo’s Mapei Stadium in Reggio-Emilia, while their own Stadio Atleti Azzurri d’Italia undergoes partial renovation.

Bookings for Everton’s official supporters’ trip are being managed by Thomas Cook Sport, the Club's official travel partner.

Secure your seat by clicking here.

Fans should note that places will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis to those who book and can fulfill the ticket eligibility criteria for the designated fixture.

The flight to Italy will leave Liverpool John Lennon Airport at 7am on Thursday and land in Parma at 10.20am local time (9.20am UK time). A snack will be served during the flight.

Coach transfers will be provided to either Parma or Reggio-Emilia (the destination will be confirmed early next week).

Subsequent coach transfers will take supporters to Mapei Stadium, with the arrival time scheduled for 5pm – two hours before the match kicks off at 7pm local time.

Supporters will be transported to Parma Airport following the game.

The return flight departs at 12.30am local time on Friday morning and is scheduled to arrive at Liverpool John Lennon Airport at 1.40am UK time.

For full details on Everton's official travel packages for the Europa League group games, click here.


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