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Youth Cup Ticket Details

Attend Goodison clash for just £3 (adults) or £1 (concessions).

Youth Cup Ticket Details

Everton Under-18s host Norwich City in their FA Youth Cup quarter-final clash at Goodison Park on 5 April.

Fans can gain entry for £3 (adults) or £1 (over 65s/under 16s). Entry is via the Bullens Road and is cash only on the turnstile.

Everton saw off Arsenal 4-2 in the fifth round to progress whilst the Canaries defeated Birmingham City in extra-time.

A place in the two-legged semi-finals against Nottingham Forest awaits the winners.

If you can't make the game, coverage will be available on evertonfc.com and the official Twitter page, with highlights available after the game.

evertonfc.comHi. The game kicks off at 7pm. Unfortunately competition rules mean we can't let Season Ticket holders (or anyone else!) in for free.

Saturday 30th March 14:54 Report Comment

JOHN CONNORWhat about making this game free for ST holders. Boost the crowd. Not too much to ask surely !

Friday 29th March 10:41 Report Comment

David MurrayIs it me? Have I missed something?? What time does this youth game v Norwich kick off???

Thursday 28th March 18:29 Report Comment

patrick liddaneCome on Evertonians lets get behind the under 18 s on the 5th April. Some great players for the future.

Thursday 28th March 11:44 Report Comment
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