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Premium Everton FC Tickets - Hospitality & VIP Packages

We’re thrilled to extend fan access to VIP Everton tickets and premium matchday experiences at Goodison Park for the 2024/25 Premier League season.

Through the Seat Unique platform, you can access the 1878 Brasserie package for all home Everton matches until the end of the season.

1878 Brasserie Package

The 1878 Brasserie Package provides you with a fantastic and luxurious matchday experience. You will gain access to the 1878 Brasserie Lounge, a comfortable and inviting space where you can enjoy brilliant amenities and hospitality.

You will have access to the lounge three hours before kick-off and one hour after full-time. Within the lounge, you will indulge in a three-course a la carte meal before the game, paired with complimentary drinks throughout.

After the game, enjoy an exclusive interview with the man of the match (subject to availability) and unwind in style.

During the game, you will be treated to a sublime VIP padded seat in the Directors Box, providing you with the very best views of all the action on the pitch. The boxes are situated in the lower tier of the Goodison Road Stand and are almost the closest seats to the pitch.

Everton Tickets with Seat Unique

For any fans or anyone who is looking to be a part of the Everton faithful, spurring on the side to the end of the season, be sure to get your Everton 2024/25 Premier League tickets for any games, including their biggest games such as Everton vs Tottenham and Everton vs Man City.

The two Merseyside Derby fixtures for the season have been played, but if you’re looking to be in attendance for the game one day, be sure to check back here and at Liverpool tickets for next season when the 2024/25 season fixture list is revealed on the 16th June.

Everton FC Matches

Everton are one of English football’s most historic teams, with a past filled with glory and silverware.

The Merseyside-based team have historically been one of the top teams, but recent years has seen them struggle and fall towards the back end of the table.

Despite the difficulties, the Toffees have been able to steer clear of relegation. With a passionate fanbase who are not afraid to let their voices be heard, a trip to Goodison Park is always a daunting experience for the visiting side.

Everton History

Everton Football Club is one of the oldest and most storied football clubs in England. Founded in 1878, Everton FC has a rich history that spans more than a century and has seen the club win multiple domestic trophies.

Throughout its long and storied history, Everton FC has been known for its passionate fans, distinctive blue kit, and commitment to playing attacking, entertaining football. The club's motto, "Nil Satis Nisi Optimum" (Nothing but the best is good enough), reflects its ambition and determination to succeed at the highest level.

The Toffees are one of the founding members of the English Football League in 1888 and have spent a record 119 seasons in the top flight, having not been in the First Division for only four seasons. They currently hold the second-longest continuous stay in the top flight.

The early years of Everton FC were marked by rapid growth and success. The club quickly established itself as one of the top teams in the region, winning its first league title in 1891. This was followed by further league championships in 1915, 1928, 1932, and 1939. Everton FC also won the FA Cup for the first time in 1906, and again in 1933 and 1966.

Their first relegation to the Second Division was in 1930, but they only spent one season there, winning it and returning back to the First Division. In the 1931/32 season, their first back in the First Division, they won the league, their fourth First Division title.

The 40s and 50s were a difficult period, with the club not tasting any form of glory and even being relegated to the Second Division for the second - and to date - final time. This spell saw them stay for three seasons before bouncing back, and they have stayed in the top flight ever since.

During the 1960s, Everton FC experienced a resurgence under the leadership of legendary manager Harry Catterick. The team won the First Division again in 1963, their first since 1939.

In this period, some of the club’s best players of all time were featured, including Alan Ball and Brian Labone.

The 1980s were something of a golden era for Everton FC, as they won two league titles, the FA Cup, and the European Cup Winners' Cup - their first and only piece of European silverware.

Managed by Howard Kendall, the team was known for its attacking style of play and featured a number of top-class players such as Kevin Sheedy, Trevor Steven, and Graeme Sharp.

One of the most memorable moments in the club's history came in 1985 when Everton defeated Manchester United 1-0 in the FA Cup final.

The club's last major honour came in 1995 when they won the FA Cup (or if you consider it a major honour, the 1995 Community Shield).

Ever since the Premier League was introduced in 1992, Everton have never truly been able to compete at the top. Their highest finish to date since the inaugural PL season is fourth in the 2004/05 season.

The early 2000s saw Everton produce some fantastic talents, including club legend Duncan Ferguson and future Manchester United and England icon Wayne Rooney.

Recent years have seen Everton fall to the back end of the table, despite a promising season with current Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti in charge. He spent a year and a half with the team, building something that looked like it could bring glory back to Goodison Park, only for him to leave, with everything coming crashing down in his wake.

Chelsea and England legend Frank Lampard came in to attempt to steer the ship, which he managed to keep up in the 2021/22 season. But he, unfortunately, faced the axe when he couldn’t turn their fortunes around in the following season, and it is now up to Sean Dyche to guide the club to safety.

Quick fun fact about the club: Bassetts Everton Mints, a classic British sweet/ mint, was created by the owner of a sweet shop based in Liverpool that was close to Goodison Park, with the intent to have them appeal to Everton fans by making them black and white in honour of the club’s then black and white kit!

Everton Club Stats & Records

Team Records

Total major titles won: 24

First Division titles: 9

Biggest win: 11-2 vs Derby County (FA Cup 5th round, 1890)

Highest home attendance: 78,299 (vs Liverpool, First Division, 1948)

Players Records

Most appearances: Neville Southall - 751

Youngest first-team player: Thierry Small - 16 years and 176 days

Oldest first-team player: Ted Sagar - 42 years and 281 days

All-time top scorer: Dixie Dean - 386

Most goals in a season: Dixie Dean - 60

Goodison Park

Goodison Park is the historic home of Everton Football Club, located in the Walton district of Liverpool, England. First opened in 1892, it is one of the oldest and most storied football grounds in the country, and has played host to more top-flight games than any other stadium in England.

The stadium has a seating capacity of just over 39,414 and is known for its steep stands and intimate atmosphere. The main stand, which dates back to the early 20th century, is particularly iconic and features a distinctive clock tower that is a familiar sight to fans and visitors alike.

Each stand is given a name:

  • Goodison Road Stand - The double-decker stand to the west side is the biggest in the stadium and houses the conference and hospitality facilities.
  • Bullens Road - The east side stand is the second biggest and is given its name from the adjacent Bullens Road.
  • Howard Kendall Gwladys Street End - More commonly known as the ‘Street End’, this stand houses the more vocal fans.
  • Sir Philip Carter Park Stand - The smallest stand on the south side, also known as ‘Park End’.

Over the years, Goodison Park has undergone numerous renovations and upgrades, including the addition of a new roof and the installation of modern seating and facilities. However, it has retained much of its original charm and character and is widely regarded as one of the most atmospheric and historic football stadiums in the country.

For Everton fans, Goodison Park is much more than just a football ground - it is a place of pilgrimage and a symbol of the club's rich history and tradition. Whether it's the roar of the crowd or the thrill of watching their beloved team in action, Evertonians have a special connection to Goodison Park that will endure for generations to come.

Plans for conversions of the stadium have been spoken about since 1994, and even relocation has been talked about since 1996.

These talks had been on-and-off for many years until February 2021, when Liverpool city council approved the plans to turn Goodison Park into a mixed-use scheme of housing and office buildings.

In 2024, Everton will be moving into their new home, Everton Stadium, which will sit at Bramley-Moore Dock. It will have a capacity of 52,888 and is due to be completed for the start of the 2024/25 season.

Merseyside Derby & Other Rivalries

The most famous rivalry for Everton is with their cross-town rivals, Liverpool FC. The Merseyside Derby, as it is known, is one of the most hotly anticipated fixtures in the Premier League calendar, with both sets of fans eager to claim bragging rights over their rivals.

The two teams have faced each other 244 times, with Liverpool holding the edge in the overall head-to-head record, 99 wins to Everton's 68 and 77 draws.

Another significant rivalry for Everton is with Manchester United, who they have faced in a number of high-profile matches over the years. This rivalry dates back to the 1980s when the two clubs were competing for supremacy in the English game and has continued to produce memorable encounters ever since.

The head-to-head matchup between the two sees Manchester United with 92 wins, Everton with 71, and 47 draws from their 210 meetings.

Other notable rivalries for Everton include those with Manchester City, Tottenham Hotspur, and Aston Villa. While these rivalries may not be as intense as those with Liverpool and Manchester United, they are still fiercely contested and keenly felt by Everton fans.

For Evertonians, these rivalries and derbies are more than just football matches - they are a chance to show their loyalty and passion for their club, and to engage in friendly (and sometimes not-so-friendly) banter with their rivals. Whether they win, lose, or draw, Evertonians always come out in force to support their team and show their pride in the blue shirt.

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