Yeovil cup game has junior focus

22 August  1 Comment  [Jump to last]

Everton Football Club will be hosting an evening of junior fan activities prior to kick-off for next week's EFL Cup clash against Yeovil Town with tickets starting at just £5.

Ronald Koeman's Toffees' will face the League Two outfit at Goodison Park in the 2nd round of the EFL Cup at Goodison Park and junior Blues can attend the match for just £5 with adult tickets priced at £15.

With two weeks of the school holiday's still remaining, the Club is encouraging families to make their way to the match early and visit the Matchday Hub on Spellow Lane from 5pm to get involved with a variety of family activities and entertainment.

Everton in the Community staff will be delivering football coaching as well as arts and crafts sessions and there will be great deals on food for all who visit the Hub. To register for the coaching click here.

Junior Evertonians in attendance at the Matchday Hub will have the chance to walk away with their very own Everton drawstring bag celebrating ‘My First Cup Game'. The bag will contain a handful of goodies including a commemorative badge, autograph book and a mini Insta Frame so they can take plenty of photographs throughout the night, recording their experiences of Goodison Park under the floodlights.

The Everton Fan Zone for the evening will be presented by Radio City's Claire Simmo and regular matchday host Gav and will get underway from 5:45pm. There will be an appearance from a former player, an Everton Ambassador and feature team news and reaction in the build-up to kick-off.

In recognition of our visitors from the West Country, there will be an offer on cider this Tuesday evening with Koppaberg just £3.50 (usually £5) a bottle!

Tickets for the game are now on general sale. To secure your seat click here or call 0151 556 1878. Alternatively, visit the Park End Box Office, Everton Two in Liverpool One or TicketQuarter in Queen Square.


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Matthew Williams
1 Posted 22/08/2016 at 16:23:52
Great idea. Well done to all concerned... then again, we are the People's Club!

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