Below is all the information supporters need to know about Everton Women's home at Walton Hall Park.
Where is the stadium?
Walton Hall Park is situated in a 130-acre park in the Walton area of north Liverpool, which is a 15-minute drive from the city centre and less than a mile walk from Goodison Park.
How do I get there?
Walton Hall Park bus stop is at the entrance of the ground and is served 19 and X3 bus lines. Walton train station is approximately a 24-minute walk from the ground.
Is seating available?
Upon full completion, 500 covered seats will be available.
What disabled facilities are available?
The stadium is fully accessible with disabled seating and toilets.
Are the stands sheltered?
In the seating area only.
Can I buy food and drink at the stadium?
Food and drink vendors will be available.
What is the capacity at Walton Hall Park?
The capacity is 2,200.
Is parking available at Walton Hall Park?
Parking is available at the Liverpool Soccer Centre near the entrance of the ground on Blackthorne Road.
How much are tickets?
Tickets cost £10 for the seated area while for other parts of the ground it is £6 for adults, £3 children/concessions - Season Ticket and Official Members go free.
Do all members (Lounge, Season Ticket and Official) still get in for free?
Any Season Ticket or Official Membership holder will get free entrance to all home games.
Can I pay on the day?
Yes, supporters can pay on the day at the stadium.
Is this a permanent move for Everton Women?
Yes, Walton Hall Park will act as a purpose built ground for Everton Women.