Podcast - Managing Everton's Ticketing Operation

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Head of Ticketing Matt Kendall discusses the 2018/19 Season Ticket campaign, keeping football affordable for Evertonians, and the demands of managing one of the Club's biggest operations on the latest edition of The Everton Podcast.

The Everton Podcast is available exclusively to Official Members, as well as Season Ticket holders and Lounge Members.

Other podcast guests this season have included 1995 FA Cup-winning captain Dave Watson, former Academy Director Ray Hall, 1980s bus driver turned Blues kit manager Jimmy Martin, Head of Academy Recruitment Martin Waldron, veteran broadcaster and journalist John Keith, and Club Secretary David Harrison.

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The Everton Podcast – available every Monday – is just part of a package of online content exclusive to Everton Members including live streams of Under-23 and Under-18 matches, in-depth video interviews with first-team players and weekly match reaction.

There is still time to sign up to a 2017/18 membership and receive this exclusive content and, what's more, memberships are now half price at £12.50 for adults and international supporters, and just £5 for Under-18s. Visit evertonfc.com/getmore for more information.

Season Ticket holders and Members can watch live coverage of Everton Under-23s’ game against Swansea City at Goodison Park on Monday night (kick off 7pm). Click here for more information.

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