Matchday Guide: Everton v Tottenham

Supporter Information: Everton v Tottenham Hotspur

Please see below for key information for fans attending Monday’s Premier League game at Goodison Park (KO 8pm).


Supporters are reminded that the use of pyrotechnics, smoke canisters, flares and entering the field of play is a criminal offence.

The Club is committed to the Premier League, FA and EFL’s collective stance in tackling anti-social and criminal behaviour at football matches.

The Club has previously outlined and maintains that it will take a zero-tolerance approach to pitch encroachment. Stadium bans - and even criminal prosecution - can and will be enforced to punish anyone that enters the playing area.

The Club is legally compelled to work with the authorities to identify any individuals who take part in such activity.

This also applies to the use of any pyrotechnics (smoke grenades and or flares) and the throwing of objects of any description on to the pitch. These acts are dangerous, illegal and have severe consequences.

Under strict stadium guidelines, all pyrotechnics are prohibited and supporters are advised that spot checks will take place at turnstiles and any such items will be confiscated.

Fans also run the risk of arrest and a subsequent stadium ban for possession of a pyrotechnic inside a football stadium.


Everton Football Club has a strict, zero tolerance approach to all incidents of discrimination and disorder.

We remind supporters that all perpetrators of public order offences, which includes racist or discriminatory behaviour, pitch encroachment and the throwing of objects, will receive lengthy stadium bans, potential police investigation and further possible legal sanctions.

Everton has a dedicated text number for fans to report any discriminatory or abusive behaviour they witness during matches at Goodison Park.

If you see or hear something, please report it to our Stadium Safety Team immediately by texting HELP and your message to 84300, or email In your message, please include details of what you have witnessed and where.

You will be sent a text, or email confirming your message has been received by our Stadium Safety Team.


The Fanzone will be open at the Park End of Goodison Park from 5.30pm.

There will be a performance on stage from Meg Birch while the Live Show, commencing at 6.45pm, will be hosted by Giulia Bould and welcome a range of special guests, including Everton in the Community staff to talk about their work with people living with autism.

Catering units will be on-site with hot and cold refreshments, including the Park End Kitchen, a Club-owned foot outlet launched in response to fans’ feedback and in conjunction with the Fans’ Forum.

The Homebaked Bakery will have pies available in the Fanzone, via the blue Homebaked Bakery@Goodison Park-branded concession, which offers fans the chance to sample the famous Homebaked Scouse Pie, the award-winning Vegan Scouse Pie, as well as Everton themed pies The Blue (Steak & Stilton) and The Trinity Pie, in honour of Howard Kendall, Colin Harvey and Alan Ball. 

For more information on the The Homebaked Bakery, who also have a presence in the Blue Base on matchdays, CLICK HERE (

Please note: No pyrotechnics (smoke canisters or flares) will be allowed in the Fanzone.


Cadent Gas Limited have informed the Club that an urgent closure of Queens Drive, near Townsend Avenue in Walton, is likely to still be in place on Monday 3 April. 

The three southbound lanes (heading away from Goodison Park and towards the M62) are closed, with diversions in place. Congestion is therefore expected after the match. Supporters are advised to find an alternative route after the match, where possible,

The northbound lanes (heading towards Goodison Park) remain open.

Cadent’s full statement can be read here.

Soccerbus will be running from Sandhills Station to Goodison Park, with the first service departing at 6pm.


Supporters will notice new self-service beverage dispensers, known as ‘EBars’, in the Fanzone for this fixture.

The Ebars will allow fans to order, pay and dispense their drinks in under 30 seconds and will serve pints of Coors.


Harry Garside will lead out the Blues as mascot for the visit of Tottenham Hotspur following a special invite from his hero Jordan Pickford.

Earlier this month, Harry and his mum Laura featured in a viral video that formed part of the Premier League’s ‘Fan Mail’ series, in which he met his idol Pickford at the Club’s training ground, Finch Farm.

After being diagnosed with pneumonia and sepsis at the age of five, Harry (now eight years old) later discovered that he also had an eight-centimetre-long brain tumour.

Please click here for the full story


Fans visiting Goodison Park now have a chance to view samples of the granite stones that will make up Everton Way.

A small panel of sample stones have been installed underneath the Goodison Gang mural – opposite the box office windows - at the Park End of Goodison Park, to demonstrate how they will look when they form part of the unique walkway on the site of the Club’s new stadium.

They will also serve to help fans choose their stone on Everton Way, from the many options available.

Everton Way allows fans to purchase personalised individual stones that will be laid on the walkway that runs the length of Everton Stadium’s South Stand; the spectacular single-tier home end that will house 13,000 passionate Blues.

The stones can be personalised to celebrate births, marriages, anniversaries and loved ones – allowing fans to forever be part of the Club’s iconic new home.

More information on Everton Way can be found here


The Club’s official match day programme can be purchased from sellers located in and outside of Goodison Park and is priced at £4.


The Park End Kitchen provides a tasty appetiser to the game.

The distinctive Royal Blue-branded food outlet, the newest addition to the Fanzone, was agreed following discussions with the Fans’ Forum back in 2019.

The COVID pandemic delayed its launch, but the Park End Kitchen has been a popular addition to the Fanzone this season and will again be open for business on Saturday, from 5pm, serving a wide range of burgers and accompaniments.

Plans are in place to develop the food offering, in consultation with supporters, so please support the food outlet and we welcome any feedback or suggestions to improve it further going forwards.


Fans Supporting Foodbanks and their unmissable purple vehicle will be in the Fanzone all season on matchdays. They will be accessible from Goodison Road.


The Heritage Society will be open at St Luke’s Church from 5.30pm.

The Matchday Hub, based at Everton Free School, will not be in operation for this match due to ongoing maintenance work. The Hub will remain closed until September.


Teas for Fans will be open on the ground floor of St Luke’s Church Hall from 5.30pm.

Teas for Fans has been operating from St Luke’s for more than 30 years, offering supporters the chance to enjoy pre-match refreshments of tea, coffee and hot chocolate among fellow Evertonians.

Supporters can gather in a family friendly environment and enjoy a variety of hot and cold drinks and biscuits, with prices starting from just £1.


Our official Catering Partner, Sodexo, have the below 'Early Bird' offers, available from gates opening:

  • Buy one pint/bottle of Carling lager and receive your second half price
  • Buy a standard pie & receive a free hot drink
  • Family Enclosure Only: Buy a Sausage Roll & receive a free hot drink or bottle of water

Note: This offer is available up until 30 minutes after the gates open

All payments inside the stadium will be contactless.


Shop today’s offer in store and get two men’s polos for £20 in our mix and match deal, saving 60%!

2 for £20 Polos 1x1 Pre-Match

RRP £25 each, today only two for £20.

Store Opening Times:

Everton One - 9:30am - 10:30pm

Everton Two - 10am - 8pm

The Toffee Shop - 5:30pm - 8pm

*Offer valid on Monday 3 April only. Subject to availability. Available in Everton One, Everton Two and The Toffee Shop. Not available online.