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Goodison Park seating?

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Charlotte
Charlotte

The capacity of Goodison Park is 39,572 and the best seats for atmosphere are in the famous Gwlady’s Street end lower with the home fans where there are excellent views and gives you a real sense of comraderie for the game! These tickets are around £43 which is about the same price as most of the other seating such as the main stand at £48 and the top balcony at £42.

There is also a family enclosure at Goodison Park and the tickets are around £42 and junior tickets are around half price regardless of where you sit.

The worst seats in the house are generally the rear seats in the upper and lower tiers because it is the furthest away (even though there isn’t much difference in price!). It is also important to note that in the main stand, Bullens road and Gwladys street there are restricted seats so always check your seat when you are booking to make sure you know your view.

Also, be wary of taking cameras with you, a camera phone photo is generally perceived as ok but professional type or “proper” cameras are generally not allowed unless you have a press pass, especially for the higher profile games.

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Sam Hurst
Sam Hurst

As always, the Main Stand offers the greatest views of the pitch as as such prices are reflective of that. An adult ticket will cost £48 for the best views whereas a child’s ticket will cost £24. If you would rather spend the match behind the goals and singing songs with the Toffees faithful you will want to watch from both the Upper and Lower Gwladys stand where tickets will cost £46 and £23 for an adult and child’s ticket. Away fans are seated in the Bullens End, closest to Stanley Park; you should watch out for tickets high up in the Lower End however. Goodison is an old stadium and there is a low ceiling which can get claustrophobic and interfere with your view.

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Jake Burgess
Jake Burgess

Away tickets could disappoint, particularly in the lower tier of the Bullens Road Stand. Supporting pillars and very low roofing can obscure the pitch and even stop you catching action on the big screen. For an aerial view, try perching yourself at the Top Balcony, otherwise anywhere in the Upper Bullens will give you a great view.

Tickets range from £33-44, in four different categories. Recommend buying directly from the Everton FC website, to make sure you get the tickets you order.

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