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Please note the supporter number of each attending supporter must be given at the point of sale.

We have received an allocation of 3,014 tickets; priced as below:   

Under 21£28
Under 17£18
Under 12£16

We have also received 14 pairs of wheelchair bays.

Tickets will go on sale in the following order of priority:

23/24 STH with 10 credits from the 23/24 season from Wednesday 6 December at 10am

23/24 STH with 8+ credits from the 23/24 season from Wednesday 6 December at 2pm

23/24 STH with 6+ credits from the 23/24 season from Thursday 7 December at 10am

 *23/24 STH with 5+ credits from the 23/24 season from Thursday 7 December at 2pm

*All tickets are subject to availability.  

Coach travel costs £25.00 and departs from Goodison at 11am. Supporters need to be members of the Travel Club to purchase coach tickets. The Travel Club Membership costs just £5.  

Tickets can be purchased online, over the phone on 0151 556 1878 or in person at the Goodison Road ticket office. Opening times for all our ticketing outlets can be found here.



Ahead of Thursday’s Premier League clash between Everton and Newcastle United we asked Steve Watson – who played for both clubs – to select a combined six-a-side team made up of three players he played with from each side.

The Tyneside-born Watson came through the youth ranks with the Magpies, making his professional debut in 1990, before going on to feature 258 times for Newcastle.

Leaving in 1998, he sealed a switch to Aston Villa, featuring for two years prior to a move to Merseyside. He made 134 appearances for Everton, where he played between 2000 and 2005.

Ahead of naming five talented outfielders, Watson began his picks by choosing a goalkeeper who holds Newcastle’s record for most ever Premier League appearances.

Shay Given – Newcastle United

SW: “It’s a tough pick between Nigel Martyn and Shay Given, but Shay shades it. He was an unbelievable shot-stopper. So athletic and dynamic. Nigel was more of a calm and composed presence, they were chalk and cheese in many ways. But I’ve always said, when asked, that Shay was the best I have played with.”

David Weir – Everton

SW: “We had a lot of good defenders, but I would say because of his organisation, maturity and ability, I’d go with David Weir. He was a much better player than people actually give him credit for.”

Peter Beardsley – Newcastle United

SW: “My favourite player to have played with. He was a genius. Brilliant at 11-a-side and he’d be untouchable in six-a-side. Two great feet and a fantastic attitude, if he lost the ball he’d work tirelessly to get back and get it. I can’t speak highly enough of him.”

Tim Cahill – Everton

SW: “Timmy came for a snip and got better and better every season. He worked his socks off in training to improve his game. He scored goals, but he would do the nasty part of the game as well.”

Alan Shearer – Newcastle United

SW: “Goals win games and the best goalscorer in Premier League history, so far at least, is Shearer. He was a goal machine. You could hit the ball up to him from anywhere and he would hold onto it. Everyone remembers the goals but his hold-up play was exceptional. David Ginola was a close shout to be included but you couldn’t not have Shearer.”

Wayne Rooney – Everton

SW: “He trained with us when he was 15, and was knocking seasoned defenders on the floor. We knew then he was going to be special and he didn’t disappoint. Supremely talented, extremely focused and single-minded. He broke so many records and it was great to be part of him coming through.”

An exclusive in-depth interview with Vitalii Mykolenko headlines this weekend’s must-read matchday programme, as the Toffees host Newcastle United on Thursday.

Fans can also hear from the Ukraine international’s fellow defender Jarrad Branthwaite.

Elsewhere, former Blue Phil Jagielka checks in after recently ending his 23-year playing career at the age of 41, and Everton Women’s Nathalie Bjorn reflects on the team’s 2-1 Barclays Women’s Super League victory over Aston Villa.

Steve Watson takes part in ‘Six Of The Best’, Men’s Senior Team coach Steve Stone explains his ideal matchday in The Takeover, and Michael Keane outlines his music tastes in ‘Playerlist’.

Finally, Neville Southall is the subject of ‘Giant’ – a section designed to help young Blues learn more about the great players of Everton’s past.


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