Everton's home — past, present and future?
Everton's home since 1892 and for decades the physical embodiment of the club's role as a pioneer in the domestic game, these days it gets by on its reputation as one England's last great, traditional footballing arenas.
Goodison Park has always been a fore-runner of football stadia in Britain, so it's no surprise that it holds a number of records and firsts.
If you are not familiar with the way to Goodison Park,
you should see this page for driving instructions.
Thanks to its old-fashioned design, huge cantilever Main Stand and St Luke's Church tucked into the corner, Goodison is one of the most easily recognisable grounds in the country.
Everton's official website at evertonfc.com has the latest information on pricing of match tickets and ticket availability. You can also book stadium tours— go now, before it's too late!
From Peter Johnson's first plan to Farhad Moshiri's vision, via the Kings Dock, Destination Kirkby and ground-sharing, does the club have to relocate to survive?
Refurbishing the Grand Old Lady has effectively been discounted by the club hierarchy as a first-choice option since the 1990s but committed and qualified fans believe it is eminently feasible.
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