FAQs - Everton's USA Pre-Season Tour 2022

Where can I get tickets?

Tickets for the 16 July fixture against Arsenal in Baltimore (M&T Bank Stadium) will go on general sale on Thursday 12 May. The link will be available closer to this date.

Tickets for the 20 July fixture against Minnesota United will go on general sale on Monday 23 May. The link will be available closer to this date.

Everton’s affiliated US Supporters’ Clubs and Official Members based in the USA will receive information directly on pre-sale ticket opportunities for both fixtures. 

Where will I be able to watch the game?

We will announce broadcast partners in due course.

All 22/23 Season Ticket Members, Hospitality Members and Official Members based outside of the US and Canada will be able to stream both fixtures live. 

Become an Official Member here.

Will there be any travel packages for fans?

There are no official travel packages planned for fans.

Will there be official club events for fans in the US? How can I attend?

The Club will be planning exciting engagement events with US-based fans, travelling Blues and US Supporters' Clubs in areas including Baltimore, Washington DC and Minneapolis.

We will share more information in the coming weeks.

What else is Everton doing in the US?

Everton Soccer Schools will take place in 16 states this summer: California, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Massachusetts, Maryland, Maine, Michigan, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Texas and Wisconsin.

Everton Soccer Schools are designed by Everton coaches and give players the opportunity to hone their skills and, most importantly, enjoy the game they love. The range of camp programmes are open to boys and girls aged 4-18 year-olds, and boast dedicated sessions for different ages and levels. Players of all abilities are welcome.

To find out more about Everton Soccer Schools visit

The Everton International Academy Affiliation Programme (EIAAP), launched in 2020, is available to grassroots teams, professional sides, youth academies, girls’, and women’s teams, as well as colleges and universities.

Affiliates receive:

- Full access to the Everton Academy curriculum
- Weekly support from a dedicated Everton Academy coach
- Holistic approach to player, coach, and club development
- Technical support from Everton’s training ground Finch Farm, home to the Men’s, Women’s and Academy teams
- Business and marketing support from some of soccer’s most-knowledgeable staff based at Everton’s UK headquarters in the iconic Royal Liver Building in Liverpool

Everton International Technical Lead, Paddy Byrne, will visit affiliates to assist in sharing the Everton Academy curriculum and teaching methods used at Everton’s Finch Farm training ground, along with working with the clubs closely to develop both player and coaching skills. In addition, staff from affiliate clubs have the opportunity to visit Everton’s facilities for further education and training, and to see how Everton’s teams operate.

Teams currently part of the EIAAP include Columbus United SC (Ohio, USA), FC Highland (Florida, USA), Schulz Academy (Florida, USA), Joondalup City FC (Western Australia, Australia), Sligo Rovers (Ireland), Western Pride FC (Queensland, Australia), Everton De Vina Del Mar (Valparaíso, Chile), Clifton Park (New York, USA) and A.K. Soccer Academy (Winnipeg, Canada).  

To find out more about the EIAAP, visit