England U21s v Northern Ireland U21s: Goodison Matchday Guide

Everton Football Club  
Goodison Park  
L4 4EL  


Ticket prices for the game are as follows:  

Adults: £15 (£10 for Everton Season Ticket Members, Lounge Members or Official Members). 

Concessions (65+ & U18): £7.50 (£5 for Everton Season Ticket Members, Lounge Members or Official Members) 

The Everton Fan Centre located on Goodison Road will be open from 10am-7.45pm to purchase tickets for the game. Alternatively, tickets can be purchased online here.

The phone lines will be open from 10am-4pm on the day of the fixture, and supporters with queries can contact the Club on 0151 556 1878 for assistance. 

Ticket collections for the game can be picked up from the Everton Fan Centre located on Goodison Road until 5pm, and after this time will all be available from the Park End ticket office which is in the main car park. 


If you selected the Digital Ticket option when purchasing your tickets, you should have now received an email with your tickets attached as PDFs. Each ticket will be on its own separate PDF, which can be printed off or displayed on your smartphone. When arriving at the stadium, you would then just scan the barcode on your ticket at the turnstile reader. If you have printed your tickets off, please keep them safe, and protect the ticket from any inclement weather on the evening. 

If you are scanning on a mobile device, please ensure that your screen brightness is set quite high to ensure that the barcode is correctly scanned. 

For any supporters who have not received their tickets via email, please contact the Fan Centre on either 0151 556 1878 or by contacting us here. 


If you have any questions or need any help when at the stadium, please ask our helpful and friendly Matchday Stewards, who are easily identifiable in and around the stadium by wearing yellow high-visibility jackets and bibs.  


Turnstiles are open 90 minutes before kick-off, and supporters attending the game are advised to arrive in good time.  

All visitors under the age of 14 need to be accompanied by a responsible adult to enter the stadium.  

Bags no larger than A4 in size are allowed in the stadium, and visitors are discouraged from bringing bags with them on the day unless essential. All bags will be subject to search processes upon entry.  

There is no storage facility at Goodison Park for luggage or storage inside the stadium for prams.  

Goodison Park is a smoke-free stadium. Smoking (including electronic cigarettes) is prohibited in all areas of the stadium. Anyone found in breach of this rule will be ejected. 

A range of food and refreshments will be available on concourse kiosks. Goodison Park is a cashless stadium and only accepts card payments inside the stadium.

Flags under 2m x 1m in size are permitted in the stadium, providing they have an accompanying fire safety certificate and must be checked prior to entry. Flags must not contain anything considered to be offensive, discriminatory, defamatory, or inflammatory, including politically motivated or nationalistic.  


Supporters wishing to purchase accessible seating should contact the Accessibility Team on 0151 556 1878 (Option 1 followed by Option 3) or by emailing  

The accessible ticket window is located next to the Park End ticket office in the main car park and will be open from 5pm on the day of the fixture.  

All accessible areas have an accessible toilet in close proximity that is fitted with a radar key. 

Blue badge holders can park in the following areas within close proximity to Goodison Park: Diana Street outside numbers 2-14, Oxton Street outside numbers 74-84 and Eton Street outside numbers 53-79. Please ensure your badge is displayed in your vehicle when parking. 

For further information on accessible facilities at Goodison Park click here  



Please be advised to check all travel routes prior to travelling to the game due to any unforeseen travel circumstances. 

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Airport: There are bus stops and a taxi rank located outside the Liverpool John Lennon airport’s main entrance. Services operate from Liverpool South Parkway Bus/Rail Interchange. From here, you can then take a Northern Line train to Kirkdale Station, which is approximately one mile from Goodison Park. For more travel information, please visit:  

Bus: Buses are a fast, frequent, and convenient way to get to Goodison Park from the City Centre. Approximate pricing: Adult singles £2, return tickets £4, Under-19s £2. Local routes from Liverpool City Centre include services 19 and X3, which stop outside the Stadium. Services 20, 21, 311 & 345 stop on County Road, a short walk from the ground. All services depart from Queen Square Bus Station. The 68 services (Bootle - Aigburth Vale) do not operate through the City Centre but serve Goodison Park.  

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Rail: The Merseyrail serves Kirkdale Station, which is approximately one mile from Goodison Park. Trains to Kirkdale depart from Liverpool Central Station and Moorfields Station in the City Centre. Both trains to Ormskirk and Kirkby will stop at Kirkdale Station. Trains also run from the North, starting at Ormskirk and Kirkby to Kirkdale Station.  

By Road: The Club postcode is L4 4EL. This postcode will not lead you to available parking but while following a sat-nav will direct you to the stadium.  

From the North & The South: From the M6, exit at junction 26 onto M58 continuing until you reach Switch Island. Follow directions for A59 (Ormskirk Road) and Aintree Racecourse. While continuing along A59 passing Aintree, from here take the second exit onto County Road. Continue on County Road and turn left at the junction off the Royal Oak pub leading onto Spellow Lane. You will have arrived at Goodison Park.  

Alternative route from the M6, exiting at junction 21A onto M62 Liverpool. Follow to the end of the motorway and turn right onto Queens Drive (A5058). Continue along Queens Drive for approximately four miles to junction of A580 (East Lancashire Road). Turn left into Walton Lane, reaching traffic lights at the junction of Priory Road. From here, you will see Goodison Park on the right.  

From the East: Take the M62, exiting at junction 6 onto the M57. At the end of the motorway then left onto the A59 Ormskirk Road. Then follow the same route for north.  

From the West: Take the M53, continuing to Wallasey and follow Liverpool via the Kingsway Mersey Tunnel (toll charges apply). Turn left at the end of the tunnel on to Scotland Road, taking the right fork to the A59 Kirkdale Road. From here, follow to Everton Valley, taking the right fork A580 Walton Lane. Goodison Park will appear in front of you. 

Parking: Please note there is a residential parking scheme in surrounding areas of Goodison Park. Please follow instructions on road signs regarding parking as you may be at risk of receiving a fine. 

The nearest car park is the Stanley Park Car Park, which is approx. a 10-minute walk from Goodison Park via Priory Road. This car park is free of charge but is not staffed by security or stewards on the day of the game.  


Anti-Discrimination: Everyone attending or taking part in a football match has the right to feel safe, valued and included and we encourage supporters to continue to play their part in this. If you witness discriminatory behaviour at a match or around a stadium, please report it to the Police or a Steward. Supporters at Goodison Park can text HELP plus details of what they have witnessed and where to 84300, or email 

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. 

Any person found in possession of such items is liable to arrest which could result in a criminal conviction and subsequent football ban. 

Pitch Encroachment: Encroachment on the playing surface is dangerous and any supporter who does access the pitch without permission will face strong sanctions that could include a ban from attending matches across the country. It is a criminal offence to enter the pitch and the real-life consequences for these actions have been felt by many with some fans receiving criminal records which can impact employment, education prospects and international travel. 

The Club is compelled to work with the authorities to identify any individuals who take part in unacceptable behaviour. CCTV is in operation at Goodison Park and can be used as evidence in enforcing bans and criminal prosecution in the days and weeks after any incident has occurred, regardless of whether any perpetrators have been detained on a matchday.