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Dynamo Kyiv tickets on general sale tomorrow

04/03/2015  Comments (6)  jump

Tickets for Everton's Europa League Round of 16 first leg tie against Dynamo Kyiv will go on general sale from 2pm tomorrow (Thursday 5th March 2015).

Supporters can book their seats for the home clash with Ukraine's Premier League leaders at Goodison Park on Thursday, March 12 by visiting or phoning 0871 663 1878*.

Alternatively, fans can call into the Park End box office or our city centre ticket facilities in Everton Two or TicketQuarter, located in Queen Square.
Season Ticket holders still have until 6pm on Wednesday, March 4 to purchase their own seat.

Ticket prices for the match are as follows:

Season Ticket holders
Adults - 28
Over-65s/Under-21s - 17
Under-16s - 5

General sale
Adults - 33
Over-65s/Under-21s - 22
Under 16s - 10

Season Ticket Holders will be able to claim their discount until 6pm on Wednesday, March 11. After this time all tickets will be sold at the general sale price. Supporters are advised to purchase as early as possible to allow for sufficient postage time.

Please note that, in order to comply with competition regulations, some seats in the Main Stand, Family Enclosure Lower Gwladys and Upper Bullens may not be available. For those Season Ticket Holders who are displaced, the Club will endeavour to offer the nearest available seat or best alternative and a number of tickets will be reserved in advance for this purpose.

Hospitality lounge places are also on general sale. To book Optimum packages, please call 0151 530 5300, email or click here.


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Brian Wilkinson
1 Posted 04/03/2015 at 19:35:32
The attendance was 25,000 our last home game against Young Boys, tickets 㿍 for non-season ticket holders, why not sell the tickets for 㿅, season ticket holders 㿀 for the Kiev game? The extra people they will get for the game should compensate for the loss of reducing ticket prices.

If Everton can get additional fans for a more affordable price, surely a near full Goodison, will benifit the club and give a huge advantage for the first leg.

Personally, any fans attending the away Fixture would get a free home ticket for their loyal support in my eyes.

Geoff Evans
2 Posted 04/03/2015 at 20:35:02
The game needs to be boycotted until BK gets rid of Nero Martinez.
Callum McNab
3 Posted 05/03/2015 at 13:51:10
Well said Geoff
Ross Edwards
4 Posted 05/03/2015 at 13:59:07
If we go out Martinez will surely go. The only thing keeping him in a job.
Dave Abrahams
5 Posted 05/03/2015 at 14:04:46
if that were true Ross I'd be cheering for Kiev.
James Ford
6 Posted 08/03/2015 at 21:58:46
Great support Geoff

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