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Blue Crimbo hits Goodison Park

15/12/2014  Comments (0)  jump

Evertonians can meet Blue Santa and his reindeer on Monday when Goodison Park will be transformed into a winter wonderland for the Club's dedicated Blue Crimbo fixture.

To celebrate the Blues' final home game before Christmas, a whole host of festive fun is planned for the visit of Queens Park Rangers.

Blue Santa will be waiting to meet junior fans with his reindeer and sleigh in the Park End car park. And no trip to meet Father Christmas is complete without a special gift, so supporters can pick up their free blue Santa hat and blue nose from the Fan Zone!

As well as having photos taken with Blue Santa, fans can step into the inflatable snow globe and get a free souvenir of their visit to Goodison before trying out their rodeo skills on the blue-nosed Rodeo Reindeer. There's prizes to be won for those who come top of the leaderboard, so fans are urged to arrive early and get involved in the fun!

The festive scene will truly be set with the Blue Nose Brass Band spreading Christmas cheer as they perform a mixture of Everton classics and festive songs in the build-up to the match. Local singer Jennifer Jewell and the Salvation Army band will also be performing to get supporters in the spirit of the holiday season.

And to put the finishing touches to the Blue Crimbo spectacular, supporters can try out a range of Christmassy refreshments in the Fan Zone with pigs in blankets, mince pies and mulled wine among the treats available to purchase.

Blues fans are encouraged to get involved and pull on their Christmas jumper for the game - to be in with a chance of winning hospitality for the Boxing Day fixture against Stoke City in a festive-themed FanCam.

For those who would like to give something back this Christmas, Everton are supporting Radio City's Mission Christmas. The appeal urges people to buy one extra present, a gift that will be given to a disadvantaged child to make their Christmas morning. Supporters who would like to donate a new and unwrapped gift for a child aged 0-18 years, can drop them off at St Luke's Church before the game.

All the festive action in the Fan Zone will kick off from 5pm, so supporters are urged to arrive early.

There are still tickets available for the visit of Harry Redknapp's men (kick-off 8pm). Tickets start from 33 for adults and only 16.50 for Under-16s.

Secure your tickets now by visiting evertonfc.com/eticketing or by calling 0871 663 1878. Alternatively, drop by the Park End Box Office at Goodison Park, Everton Two in Liverpool One or TicketQuarter in Queen Square.

 



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