Great Guests Lined Up
Darts hero heads bill of big sporting names heading to Goodison.
Big names from the world of sport are set to descend on Goodison Park as Everton's quest for European qualification continues.
The world’s greatest darts player Phil 'The Power' Taylor has joined a long line of stars ready to become one of the Club’s special guests in the hospitality lounges at an upcoming home game.
Taylor, who recently won his 16th world title, will visit Goodison on Saturday 30 March for Everton’s Premier League clash with Stoke City, and along with meeting corporate guests, the darts champion will take part in a special question and answer session with lounge hosts.
Every matchday, special guests are welcomed into the executive lounges to make the entire day a memorable experience for supporters.
Already this season, corporate guests have been entertained with visits from Duncan Ferguson, Neville Southall, Tony Cottee, Pat Nevin and Ireland cricketer Niall O’Brien.
For the next home game against West Bromwich Albion on Wednesday 30 January, Commonwealth light-heavyweight boxing champion Tony Bellew and former Blues player Cliff Marshall will both make the trip to Goodison to talk to guests about their love of the Club.
Kevin Kilbane and Spanish Sky Sports correspondent Guillem Balague will join guests at the home game against Aston Villa on Saturday 2 February; Everton Giant Joe Royle will be delivering his views on the upcoming game against Manchester City ahead of kick-off on Saturday 16 March; and Graham Stuart and Radio One's ‘Comedy’ Dave Vitty will be at the meeting with QPR on Saturday 13 April.
In addition to the host of special guests, the trophy presented to the Grand National winner will pay a visit to the lounges at the Reading fixture on Saturday 2 March, giving fans an exclusive photo opportunity ahead of the big event at Aintree Racecourse in April.
For more information or to book an extra special matchday, click here or call 0151 530 5300. Hospitality in each of the lounges is also now on sale for every home game until the end of the season.