Season-opener against Spurs sells out

21 July  1 Comment  [Jump to last]

Everton have announced that the Premier League home opener against Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday 13 August has now sold out.

The clash with last season's nearly-men for the title will mark Ronald Koeman's first competitive match in charge of the Blues and it represents the Blues' fastest ever sell-out for a first league game of the season, with the last remaining general sale tickets snapped up earlier today.

With more than 32,000 Season Tickets already sold ahead of the new Premier League campaign, demand for tickets at Goodison Park is proving more intense than ever. The club have now sold nine out of every 10 seats.

Everton Season Tickets start at £515 for adults — just £27 per game. Young adults and seniors can buy for £359, while kids and junior prices remain fixed at the Early Bird prices at £95 and £149. For more information call a member of the Everton Box Office team on 0151 556 1878.

On-site hospitality lounges have also sold out for the Spurs game, although a small number of places remain available as part of the Club's off-site hospitality package, which is priced at £170+VAT (£204) per person and located in the Isla Gladstone in Stanley Park, close to Goodison.

For non-Season Ticket holders, securing a Foreverton membership offers fans the best chance of seeing the mighty Blues in action during the new campaign.

For just £20 per adult member, supporters will get priority access to tickets before they go on general sale, as well as a whole host of other benefits. A Junior Foreverton membership (5-17 years) is just £10. Tiny Toffees, aged 0-4, are free.

Tickets for the second home game of the new season against Stoke City on Saturday 27 August go on sale exclusively to Foreverton members on 25 July, three days before going on general sale.

For more information about Season Tickets, Matchday Hospitality and Foreverton memberships, visit evertonfc.com

 

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John Aldridge
1 Posted 21/07/2016 at 20:09:06
If a full house, new manager and (hopefully) some top quality signings doesn't get the place rocking, nothing will. Can't wait.

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