Ticket Bulletin - 1 November

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Welcome to the ticket bulletin for Wednesday 1 November.

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

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Lyon (A), 2 November, 6pm

SOLD OUT

SOLD OUT
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. 
Crystal Palace (A), 18 November, 3pm  SOLD OUT


 
SOLD OUT
 Atalanta (H), 23 November, 8.05pm. Tickets will go on sale to Season Ticket holders on Thursday 2 November from 8am.
 
The deadline for Season Ticket holders to claim their own seat will be close of business on Wednesday 8 November.
 
Displaced Season Ticket holders will have an exclusive day to purchase on Thursday 9 November from 8am.
 
On Friday 10 November, Official Members will have priority before remaining tickets go on general sale, from Monday 13 November at 8am.
 
Ticket prices are as follows:
 
Adults (25-64) - £20
65+/u25s - £10
Under 11s - £5
Visit the Park End Box Office or Everton Two.

Call the Fan Centre on 0151 556 1878. 

Or buy online 
here.

West Ham United (H), 29 November, 8pm  Now on sale to Official members.

General sales will commence from 8am on Friday 3 November. 
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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