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Arsenal game is a sell-out

19/08/2014  Comments (12)  jump
Everton's first home game of the season against Arsenal has now sold out.

The Blues return to Goodison Park on Saturday for the first time in the new Premier League campaign.

And following last season's record points total and qualification for Europe, Season Ticket and hospitality membership sales have soared.

Home tickets are in high demand this term and supporters are advised to buy early for next weekend's game against Chelsea in order to avoid disappointment.

Fans can do so by visiting the Park End box office, as well as at Everton Two in Liverpool One.

Alternatively, supporters can buy online by visiting or over the phone via 0871 663 1878.

FOREVERTON members can gain priority access to home league and cup tickets before each general sale. Visit for more information on membership benefits.

Blues still eager to attend Saturday's game against Arsenal can visit StubHub, the Club's official ticket marketplace.

StubHub allows Season Ticket holders who are unable to attend a game to list their seat for fellow Evertonians to purchase safely and securely.  

Reader Comments (12)

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Gerry Quinn
1 Posted 19/08/2014 at 17:25:07
I hope that we are severely limiting the Arsenal ticket allocation for "Safety Reasons"!
Steve Woods
2 Posted 19/08/2014 at 17:33:53
Excellent point Gerry! I hope so too.
Tom Hughes
3 Posted 19/08/2014 at 18:04:52
It's a perfectly valid argument... they didn't want our fans occupying an upper tier.... we could argue the same.
Ian McDowell
4 Posted 19/08/2014 at 18:15:35
As well as reducing the numbers Arsenal are allocated. Lets charge "London" prices to away fans too. If a club charges our fans 㿣-65 a ticket then we should too.
Karl Jones
5 Posted 19/08/2014 at 19:11:07
Just had a look at the Season ticket situation, and there is only one left in the MS!..So it appears that we will sell all of the Season Ticket allocation this season, including quite a high percentage of obstructed views.

Can anyone remember the last time we did that?..I don't think it has ever happened in the era of a fully seated Goodison Park.

Ste Traverse
6 Posted 19/08/2014 at 19:29:19
One of the biggest home games for a while and I'm going to miss it as I go on holiday on Friday. Had to sell my seat in the Street End to some lucky Blue on StubHub.

Hopefully I can find an English bar in Benidorm showing this game. Anyone know any??

Conn Prosser
8 Posted 20/08/2014 at 12:01:07
I'd be happy for as many Gooners as possible watch their team get stuffed again. Jeez, we owe them a few.
Thomas Lennon
9 Posted 20/08/2014 at 14:45:06
Perhaps we will finally be able to say that there is a waiting list for season tickets at Goodison Park. About time. This should help convince some that the demand is there for a bigger stadium.
Matt Traynor
10 Posted 20/08/2014 at 14:49:42
Ian #4 clubs are not allowed to charge differential prices for away fans vs home fans, otherwise it could encourage away fans to buy tickets for the home section.
Ray Robinson
11 Posted 20/08/2014 at 15:00:14
Matt. that might well be the case now but I seem to remember Blackburn charging us 㿒 a few seasons ago when the rest of the ground was only mid twenty something quid. Bolton did something similar.
Tony J Williams
12 Posted 20/08/2014 at 15:24:13
Can't really overcharge for wooden seats can we?
Nathan Ward
13 Posted 21/08/2014 at 21:18:57
#10 & #11 the rule is that away fans can't be charged more than home fans. However it only relates to the most expensive seats and thus at Blackburn they charge the same as their 'prime' seats in their main stand.

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