Everton's main sponsor SportPesa are offering Evertonians free travel from Goodison Park on official club coaches for the upcoming away Premier League fixture at Chelsea on Sunday 27 August.
Blues fans travelling to Stamford Bridge for the game face potential travel complications due to the major rail improvements being undertaken at Euston Station, meaning there will be no trains in or out of the station throughout the August Bank Holiday Weekend.
National Rail has advised that supporters avoid rail travel into London and use alternative means of transport where possible.
As a result of the closure at Euston, services across the whole rail network will be extremely busy and the club's new main partner, SportPesa, want to help travelling Toffees by covering travel costs to the capital for supporters who use the club's official travel departing from Goodison Park.
Shaun Simmonds, Head of Marketing for SportPesa UK said, "When we heard about the difficulties facing Everton fans heading to Chelsea away, we felt the need to help out. This was a great opportunity to continue to show our commitment to Everton fans and we're excited about the surprises we have in store to make this journey a memorable one for all of the right reasons."
There are a limited number of coaches available and supporters in possession of a valid match ticket are urged to claim their free travel place as soon as possible by contacting the Everton Fan Centre from 12pm on Monday 14 August when tickets for the fixture go on sale.
For more information on the closure of London Euston visit nationalrail.co.uk/eustonworks
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