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Free entry to U21s' clash with Sunderland

26/11/2014  Comments (4)  jump

Blue Crimbo is nearly upon us - and Everton Football Club is kicking off the season of goodwill by opening up the gates of Goodison Park and offering free match tickets for the Under-21s' clash with Sunderland on Monday 1 December.

Supporters of all ages are invited to experience the magic of the Grand Old Lady completely free of charge when David Unsworth's young Blues tackle their counterparts from the north-east in the Under-21 Premier League.

There will be a whole host of festive activities for families to enjoy before the game gets underway at 7pm - including the popular Fan Zone presented by Graeme White and Jennifer Jewell, with Blue Crimbo-themed giveaways and entertainment, food stalls providing hot food and drinks and the EA SPORTS FIFA 15 dugout.

Last season over 6,000 Evertonians were in attendance at Goodison Park to watch the Under-21s play Manchester United - and this season Unsworth is hoping for an even larger backing for his team in a fixture that is being screened live on Sky.

He said: The support for our Under-21 boys last season when we played at Goodison Park was absolutely magnificent; the fans really played a massive part in the lads putting in such a great performance on the night.

I hope that as many fans as possible take advantage of the free tickets on offer by the Club and turn out in their numbers to cheer on the boys and help us in kicking off Blue Crimbo.

Tickets for the mini-matchday are free for any supporter and can be obtained by visiting the Goodison Road or Park End Box Office, Everton One and Everton Two from midday on Monday 24 November to midday on Monday 1 December. Any child under the age of 11 will need to be accompanied by an adult.


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Mike Childs
1 Posted 26/11/2014 at 19:23:37
Here in America, this wouldn't happen unless someone moved mountains. Is this a common practice or just Everton being the best club in the world?
Phil Walling
2 Posted 26/11/2014 at 19:32:08
Well, for sure we won't see many of the U21s anytime soon in the first team. Come to that, it's the only place to catch sight of Kone the well known U31, I believe!
Dave Abrahams
3 Posted 26/11/2014 at 19:45:14
CanÂ’t they move it to another day, havenÂ’t they heard of Mad Mondays in Liverpool, IÂ’ll be out having a good drink.

Mind you, IÂ’ll have to give the drink a miss when we play QPR on 15 December.

Joe O'Brien
4 Posted 01/12/2014 at 20:09:28
Cracking finish by Kone to make it 1 nil. Would be great if he made the bench for the city match on sat

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