The club has opened another section of the ground for the Everton v Everton game on Wednesday night due to the rapidly increasing demand for tickets.
You can now buy tickets - £10 and £3 - for the Upper Gwladys Street.
Everton from Chile arrived in Liverpool on Monday after changing flights at Madrid where they went for a training session at the Real Madrid training ground.
Our visitors have been given special dispensation by the Chilean F.A. to postpone two games in order to come and play this game, which is being shown live on Chilean TV. When they left their stadium in Vina del Mar, they were waved off by 2,000 supporters.
Tickets for the game are £10 for adults; £3 for juniors and OAPs. They can be bought through the club website, by phone, or at the club box office.
Mike Owen, Posted 02/08/2010 at 18:25:07
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1 Posted 02/08/2010 at 18:50:49
2 Posted 02/08/2010 at 20:30:48
I fully expected Mr Kenwright to use his TV connections to put in place the foundation for a fantastic documentary on the connections between the clubs and the valiant efforts of The Ruleteros Society to get this game played.
Sadly this does not appear to be happening and all we can hope for is a Match of the Day type slot on N.W. Tonight.
Maybe Mr Kenwright has tried to do this so I,m not criticising him at all.
What did sicken me though was a couple of weeks ago I went to the ground to pick up 6 tickets for my family and me and was told that Everton did not expect a significant gate and were only opening parts of the ground,
I have spoken to a number of people who knew nothing of CD Everton, but who were looking forward to attending the once in a lifetime game and taking their sons and daughters with them (my brother is flying over from the IoM with his daughter especially for this game)
I dont think we have a clue when it comes to the promotion of this club, we miss so many opportunities, this is potentially one of the best.
3 Posted 02/08/2010 at 22:18:10
4 Posted 02/08/2010 at 23:50:35
5 Posted 03/08/2010 at 01:18:10
You pay at the box office for a ticket, then go through the turnstiles.
Pity we don't have cash at the turnstiles, but these days that seems to be deemed so 20th century.
This is why we are encouraging people to buy in advance. Try that e-ticketing lark.
The Everton team from Chile spent around 3 hours at Finch Farm on Monday evening; some of their supporters went there to watch; all very impressed.
Later Monday night, a Merseyside blue and a Chilean blue put their arms together for a picture of two Everton tattoos ... picture to follow.
6 Posted 03/08/2010 at 09:23:28
I'll only point out the Cess Pit as we leave the magical floodlit arena and see the dark satanic skies above that hole!!! Another convert I'm sure!!!
On an aside, is anyone aware of any memento's being created and sold on the evening?? half and half scarves, programmes, badges etc - make the most of it!!
7 Posted 03/08/2010 at 11:23:24
Cant wait for this, especially after the tripe that was served up during the world cup, two proper teams!!!
8 Posted 03/08/2010 at 11:38:33
9 Posted 03/08/2010 at 11:38:33
10 Posted 03/08/2010 at 12:55:33
I have a few Chilean friends who live in Liverpool and we're all coming the game.
11 Posted 03/08/2010 at 14:35:24
12 Posted 03/08/2010 at 15:59:44
13 Posted 03/08/2010 at 18:53:52
14 Posted 03/08/2010 at 22:26:28
More history and culture on offer in just one match than any other club could offer in a decade/century.
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