Ticketing

At Everton, we continue to recognise the importance of ensuring that ticket prices remain affordable for all our supporters and, as a result, we once again froze our ticket prices for the 19/20 season.  We have a flexible pricing strategy, with a number of options available for the various sections of our support and, in addition to our 12-month instalment option, we also introduced a three and two-month automatic payment scheme for Season Ticket purchases. We have continued to improve our selling arrangements to ensure easier access for all customers, including extended Fan Centre opening hours, city centre ticketing outlets, and the extension of the facility to print match tickets from the comfort of your home or office.

SEASON TICKETS

Season Ticket Members continue to play an integral part in the development of Everton Football Club both on and off the field. That is why we’re committed to offering a pricing structure that is competitive and affordable.

The 2019/20 price freeze means that season tickets will be £95 for ALL Under 11s, £149 for ALL fans aged 11 to 18 and £299 for ALL fans aged 18 to 21 or 65 and over. For young adults aged 22 to 24, prices are just £380.

A full-priced adult season ticket ranges from £420 to £565.

These prices equate to just £5 per game for Under 11s, less than £8 per game for 11 to 18-year-olds and less than £16 per game for 18 to 21-year-olds and fans 65 or over.

In the adult categories, prices are just £20 per game for 22 to 24-year-olds and from less than £23 for all other adults.

Everton has underlined its ongoing commitment to ensuring football is affordable for young families with the introduction of a range of new, simplified match-by-match ticket prices.

The Blues’ 2019/20 match-by-match prices include a Junior ticket that costs just £15 – a reduction on the average cost of £21 in 2018/19.

The new, simplified pricing structure sees the introduction of three distinct Adult ticket price points that are applicable for all 19 Premier League fixtures - signalling the end of category-based pricing.

The lowest-priced Adult ticket in 2019/20 is £35 – down from the previous lowest price of £38 last season – and is applicable for all Adult tickets purchased in the Family Enclosure or Paddock.

It means a combined Adult and Junior ticket price in the Family Enclosure is now just £50 - a £7 reduction on last season’s category B price and £13 less than a Category A match.

Junior match tickets in all other areas of the ground now cost £20. The new clear and consistent pricing structure is in line with a pricing policy that has seen an Under-11 Season Ticket price frozen at just £95 since 2012 and at £149 for Juniors aged 11 to 17 in all areas of the ground since 2016. 

In addition to our ‘Print at Home’ functionality, we have also introduced a mobile service whereby fans can gain entry to the stadium having downloaded their ticket to the Apple wallet.

TICKETS CAN BE PURCHASED AT THE FAN CENTRE:

Monday-Friday: 8am - 6pm

Saturdays (non-match days): 10am-3pm

Saturdays (match days): 9am-kick-off

(And for a limited period, post-match)

Mid-week match days: 8am-kick-off

(And for a limited period, post-match)

Sundays (match days): 9am or 10am-kick-off

(And for a limited period, post-match)

Our city centre ticketing outlet continues to thrive as an alternative channel to purchase tickets, making Everton easy to buy from.

Everton Two is located within Liverpool One shopping centre, 11 South John Street, Liverpool, L1 8BU.

Monday to Friday

10am - 3pm

Saturday

9am - 2pm

Sunday

CLOSED

 

Purchase online by clicking here.

All tickets are sold subject to Everton’s terms and conditions, which are available by clicking here. In the event of a breach of these terms and conditions, tickets may be withdrawn, and further sanctions imposed, which may include a ban from attending future Everton matches. In the event of such a ban, no refunds will be offered. Any ban imposed will be notified in writing and can be appealed within seven days of such notification in writing to Everton’s Head of Legal Services.