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Everton at Goodison Park

Take in a thrilling game at Everton football club’s home stadium, ‘Goodison Park’ in north Liverpool, where countless premier league matches.

  • Everton Football Club - taken from above with view over the Goodison Park, Everton, Walton, in outer Liverpool areas. Cloudless blue sky on a non match day.

Game On: Explore Goodison Park, Home of Everton FC


Standing tall in the East of Liverpool, Goodison Park isn’t simply a football stadium, it’s a living legend to sporting fanatics across the globe. Since 1892, it’s been the undisputed home of Everton Football Club, affectionately known as “The Toffees.” This historic ground holds the record for most top-flight games played in England, a testament to Everton’s enduring presence in the sport.

Goodison Park itself is a landmark. Built-in 1892, it was the first major, purpose-built football stadium in the country. Its hallowed ground has witnessed countless legendary sports moments, from FA Cup Finals to the thrill of a World Cup semi-final back in 1966. However, the 2024/25 season marks a bittersweet chapter. Goodison Park is set to close its doors at the end of the season, making each match a precious opportunity to soak in the atmosphere of this historic stadium. With a selection of stadium tours and VIP experiences to discover, Goodison Park is a must-see for any football fan visiting our city.

A brand new era for Everton is just around the corner, as works begin on a brand new, state-of-the-art stadium on Liverpool Waters, the new home of one of Liverpool’s most exciting young teams.

What truly sets Goodison Park apart is the crowd. Everton fans are known for their unwavering passion. The Gwladys Street Stand, nicknamed “The Grand Old Lady,” stands out as a bastion of vocal support. On matchdays, watch as the stadium becomes a sea of blue shirts erupting in cheers and chants, creating an electric atmosphere to send shivers down the spine of even the most seasoned player.

But hurry this iconic venue will soon shut its doors, squeeze in a visit before the end of the 2024/2025 season to avoid disappointment!