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Sunday 20 April K.O. 16:10

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Watch Saturday's Match At Goodison

The West Ham game to be screened live in the 1878 Brasserie.

Watch Saturday's Match At Goodison
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The away allocation for Saturday’s Premier League fixture at West Ham United has sold out - but there is another way of following the game with fellow Evertonians.

Supporters can watch the Blues’ final away game of 2012 in the more familiar surroundings of Goodison Park.

Every minute of Saturday’s action at Upton Park will be screened in the stylish 1878 Brasserie. And for only £12 per person, fans can also enjoy a meal and a pint.

This is all in the company of an Everton legend, who will provide match commentary and answer questions from the floor.

Alternatively, supporters can secure a place in one of the stadium’s Executive Boxes to enjoy the game with family and friends for only £15 per person.

Due to popular demand, away match screenings have increased in number for the 2012/13 season, with some of the events entirely sold out.

With a limited allocation for the Blues’ third round FA Cup tie at Cheltenham Town, the match screening at Goodison Park on Monday 7 January is expected to be another sell-out, so supporters are urged to act fast and book their tickets today.

To reserve your seat, call the Events team on 0151 530 5250 or email events@evertonfc.com.

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