Matchday Guide: Everton v Stoke City
Discover all the exciting pre-match activities at Goodison.
When Stoke City visit Goodison Park on Saturday there will be plenty going on - and not just on the pitch.
Of course, watching the Blues attempt to secure three vital points is the main attraction, but around the ground, there will be plenty of activities taking place both before and after the game to enhance your matchday experience.
|There will be fun in the Fan Zone in the build-up to kick-off, with plenty of music, guests and giveaways, plus outlets to grab a bite to eat prior to the game. |
The facility will also be in operation after the full-time whistle, with 1987 title-winner Ian Snodin providing expert analysis of what has hopefully been an Everton victory!
|The Players' Parade will once again be in operation, allowing supporters to get autographs and pictures with their favourite Everton players. |
Situated towards the Bullens Road side of the Park End car park, players usually arrive from around two-and-a-half hours before kick-off.
|For the second weekend in succession, Everton Heritage Society will be taking residence in St Luke’s Church on the corner of Goodison Road and Gwladys Street. Neville Southall will be the star attraction, with the ex-Blues goalkeeper signing copies of his book. |
There will also be an appearance from former Toffee and Potter Mike Pejic, plus items of memorabilia on display for you to sharpen up on your history.
|The matchday programme is again packed from cover to cover. Eighty-four pages of high-quality content includes a feature interview with Gareth Barry and a look back at the career of goalkeeper Fred Barber who spent a short spell at Goodison Park in the mid-1980s. |
As ever, there are also updates from manager Roberto Martinez and captain Phil Jagielka and copies of the publication are available before the game from sellers in and around the stadium.
|Finally, the evertontv cameras will be lingering inside and out to speak to supporters and beam your views onto the big screens - and you can use #EFCSCFC to get your social media comments and images on too. |
Tickets for the visit of Stoke are still available from just £32 for adults, £21 for concessions and £16 for juniors.
To buy, click here or call 0871 663 1878.
Alternatively, visit the Park End Box Office at Goodison Park, Everton Two in Liverpool One or TicketQuarter in Queen Square.