Should you have any ticket queries on the day, the Fan Centre will be open Friday 8-6pm.
Please call before 6pm on 0151 556 1878.
Supporters are advised not to travel unless they are in possession of a valid match ticket. No ticket upgrades will be available on the day of the fixture.
There will also be a team of Everton Travel Stewards at the stadium to help with any issues that may arise whilst you are there.
COACH AND MOTORWAY DIRECTIONS
Please be advised to leave plenty of time to arrive at the stadium no later than one hour 15-minutes prior to kick-off. This is due to road closures put in place around the stadium which will not be removed.
Check all chosen travel routes before travelling due to any unforeseen circumstances.
Coach via M6:
Travel on the M6 to Junction 6 (Spaghetti Junction), follow signs for Birmingham City Centre (A38(M)), from the A38(M) take the first slip road off to a traffic island, from here take first exit left and continue to next island. Then take first exit left and continue straight on to the set of traffic lights.
Travel through the first set of lights to the second set of traffic lights where you will turn left and continue straight towards the stadium. Continue straight on at traffic lights keeping the stadium on the left. From here, just past the main gates of stadium on the left, you will turn right into the coach park.
Via car from the NORTH WEST or SOUTH WEST:
It is recommended that fans traveling by car from the north exit the M6 at junction 7 and follow the signs for Birmingham A34. By turning left on to Aston Lane you will be heading towards the stadium.
Car Parking is available at Brookvale Road, located at the junction of Tame Road. The post code is B6 7DS and parking is estimated to be priced around £7 for cars.
Via car from the NORTH EAST or SOUTH EAST:
It is recommended that you exit the M6 at junction 6. If you take the right-hand exit at junction 6 (A38), you will need to stay in the right-hand lane and turn right at the island to head towards matchday parking at Powerleague.
If you head closer to the stadium, car parking is available at Brookvale Road, located at the junction of Tame Road. The post code is B6 7DS and parking is estimated to be priced around £7 for cars.
You will need to arrive early to avoid the Traffic Exclusion Zone if trying to access Brookvale Road. An alternative route to this site is via Aston Hall Road – Electric Avenue – Tame Road.
PUBLIC TRANSPORT INFORMATION
Please be advised to check with your chosen travel provider ahead of your journey due to any unforeseen circumstances. Useful transport information can be found via www.nationalrail.co.uk and www.networkwestmidlands.com.
Witton Station is the nearest station to Villa Park and is also the nearest train station to the visiting supporters’ turnstiles. As well as regular services from Birmingham New Street, Witton station offers park & ride possibilities north of Villa Park on the Walsall line.
Accessible toilet facilities can be found in the Doug Ellis Lower Q concourse area, accessed via a RADAR key.
For accessible parking, disabled supporters should contact Aston Villa’s Disabled Liaison Officer via 0333 323 1874. Please be advised parking needs to be booked in advance.
Away section: Away fans will be situated in the Doug Ellis Stand Lower Block Q (turnstiles Q91 to Q96) and Upper Block P (turnstiles P87 to P89).
Food and refreshments: Food and drink is available in both Block Q and P. However, please be aware alcohol will not be available in Doug Ellis Upper Stand – Block P.
Away pubs: Please see https://twitter.com/AVFC_WMP for further information ahead of the game.
Bag/luggage facilities: Small bags that will fit under your seat will be allowed into the stadium subject to searches upon entry by stewards. Please be advised the stadium has no left luggage facilities for larger bags and luggage cases.
Possession or use of pyrotechnics: Everton Football Club does not condone the use of pyrotechnics under any circumstances. Any fan found using them will be subject to action by the Club and police. Away clubs use various techniques to detect the possession and use of pyrotechnics. Any person found in possession of such items are liable to arrest, which could result in a criminal conviction and subsequent football ban.