Ticket Bulletin - 6 October

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Welcome to the ticket bulletin for Friday 6 October.

The bulletin will provide Evertonians with information on all upcoming first-team matches.

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Brighton (A), 15 October, 1.30pm  SOLD OUT.
SOLD OUT.
Lyon (H), 19 October, 8.05pm On sale to displaced Season Ticket holders only.

Official Members will have priority from 10am on Saturday 7 October, before any remaining tickets go on general sale from 8am on Monday 9 October.
Visit the Park End Box Office or Everton Two.

Call the Fan Centre on 0151 556 1878. 

Or buy online 
here

Arsenal (H), 22 October, 1.30pm  SOLD OUT.

Buy from Season Ticket holders who can't attend via Stubhub here
SOLD OUT. 

Buy from Season Ticket holders who can't attend via Stubhub here


Chelsea (A), 25 October, 7.45pm  On sale to ST holders with 3+ credits from the 2016/17 season.

On sale to STH from 8am on Monday 9 October.

Visit the Park End Box Office.

Call the Fan Centre on 0151 556 1878. 

Or buy online 
here
Leicester City (A), 29 October, 4pm  On sale to STH with 8+ credits from the 2016/17 season.

On sale to STH with 6+ credits from the 2016/17 season from Monday 9 October at 8am.

On sale to STH with 4+ credits from the 2016/17 season from Wednesday 11 October at 8am. 
Visit the Park End Box Office or Everton Two.

Call the Fan Centre on 0151 556 1878. 

Or buy online 
here.  
Watford (H), 5 November, 4.30pm  Now on general sale.
Visit the Park End Box Office or Everton Two.

Call the Fan Centre on 0151 556 1878. 

Or buy online 
here

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