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Blackburn Tickets Gone

Tickets for league opener against Blackburn have now sold out.

Blackburn Tickets Gone

Tickets for Everton's first Premier League game of the 2010/11 season against Blackburn have now sold out.

The next chance for you to catch a first glimpse of David Moyes’ men will be in the Blues' first home game against Wolves.

The Blues travel to Ewood Park for their first outing of the new campaign Saturday 14 August for a 3pm kick-off, and all tickets have now been snapped up for the league curtain raiser.

Traditionally a popular fixture for travelling Evertonians, the Blues' 4200 allocated tickets were sold by Friday morning to 2010/11 Season Ticket holders.

Mick McCarthy's side travel to Goodison Park a week later on Saturday 21 August, kick-off 3pm, and tickets are now on general sale.

Fans queue for tickets for Blackburn gameFans queue for the few remaining tickets for the opener at Ewood Park at 8am on Friday morning

And left-back Leighton Baines knows the fans have good reason to be excited ahead of the new term.

“Fans are talking very positively,” Baines told evertontv. “Everyone is in the right frame of mind going into the season, and we are as well.”

Will you be there when the Blues grace Goodison Park for the first time in 2010/11?

Tickets are available to buy though our online ticketing service at evertonfc.com/eticketing, or you can purchase by phone on 0871 663 1878*.

Fans can also visit the box office in person and purchase tickets from our friendly fan centre staff at Goodison Park.

The Fan Centre is open from 8am to 6pm Monday to Friday. For a full rundown of our opening hours, click here

 

Jon SummerIs that it then? no more tickets? the stand we have will be half empty? neither mind the rest of the ground. this perfectic we could fill the stand why not get moor???????

Wednesday 11th August 14:53 Report Comment

Paul HowellsJon Summer you're right, we can and in the past have sold 8,000 tickets in the Darwen end, not to mention the pockets of Evertonians in the home end. Not sure if its true that we turned down 8,000 tickets but if we did that is ridiculous. As mentioned below season in, season out we fill behind that goal and with it being opening weekend, chance to see Beckford or maybe Gueye then we would have easily sold 8,000. We sold 4,200 with over 2 weeks to go. Good point by Thomas Ainsworth by the way, look at when we played in Bratislava (which I'm pretty sure is equally as hard if not harder to get to than Macedonia, not to mention the visa fees) we took a lot more than 47 people. Shows how great our support is and how glory hunted and full of foreigners theres is.

Monday 2nd August 13:56 Report Comment

Jon Summerwe could sell double that amount it the admin got it's finger out!

Monday 2nd August 13:41 Report Comment

Jon SummerA few? sometimes? they more in Asda around the corner, you'll get a game if you turn up early enough,,lol

Monday 2nd August 13:40 Report Comment

Malcolm BubbI've heard there are sometimes a few spare seats Ewood park.....sometimes! (Bound to be touts if you can bear it).

Sunday 1st August 13:18 Report Comment

Jon SummerI know not doing THEIR job right!!! lol

Sunday 1st August 13:01 Report Comment

Jon SummerSorry NOT doing there job right,, D'ho!

Sunday 1st August 13:00 Report Comment

Jon SummerWho is in charge of ticket sales??? we could sell double this amount,, whats going on there's Evertonians unable to go the match because someone is doing there job right. COME ON admin get a grip

Sunday 1st August 12:59 Report Comment

Ron VickersCan we please have an explanation as to why Blackburn's offer of 8,000 tickets was turned down, and in the region of only 5,000 accepted? Has anyone at the Club bothered to take any sort of notice of the fact that, even in the depths of winter, this away fixture attracts around 8,000 Evertonians season in, season out? Surely anyone with any idea whatsoever would realise that the opening day fixtures, right across the country, attract bumper gates! What is going on?????????????

Sunday 1st August 12:07 Report Comment

dominic boyleWhy did we not ask for more tickets, the dark side ,city & utd get the whole stand

Sunday 1st August 11:07 Report Comment

Ricky JervisThomas spoken like a true Evertonian couldnt agree more and there is nothing else to add End of Story

Saturday 31st July 17:25 Report Comment

thomas ainsworthSo.According to LFCs ex-manager,we are a small club.Well they were allocated 1,100 tickets for their Europa away match last night in Macedonia(29th July).They returned 1,053!Thats right,they sold just 47!We ALWAYS sell our allocation for away games,European & Domestic.Who's the small club now?

Friday 30th July 19:28 Report Comment
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