Everton launch digital tour app

, 19 June, 0comments  |  Jump to most recent

Evertonians can now go behind-the-scenes at Finch Farm and Goodison Park with the new Access Everton app.

The digital take on traditional stadium tours offers supporters the chance to gain an exclusive insight at the stadium and the Blues' training headquarters thanks to cutting-edge technology.

Users are joined on their journey by the likes of Club legend Duncan Ferguson, kitman Jimmy Martin and Chief Executive Robert Elstone.

Fans can also take a virtual walk up the famous tunnel and look inside the home dressing room with a 360-degree interface allowing full control of the view around each part of the Club.

At Finch Farm, the same exclusive access is granted with the chance to watch the academy team training on the indoor pitch before taking a closer look at the state-of-the-art facilities.

Mark Rowan, Head of Media and Communications at Everton, who is responsible for fan engagement activity, said: Helping fans feel close to the Club is a constant priority for us and Access Everton is yet another opportunity to bring Evertonians behind the scenes and let them find out even more about their team.

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There are plenty of stories to be told from inside Goodison Park and the training ground, and this is a great way for supporters to hear them, from legends, first team players and people who form the fabric of the Club.

Jason McEachran, Managing Director of room360i, said: Everton is the first Club in the world to open its doors utilising our pioneering and unique virtual tour technology. Fans from around the globe will be able to immerse themselves in our interactive video and audio tours of areas inside the famous Goodison Park Stadium and Finch Farm.

At room360i it has always been our ambition to work with forward-thinking organisations such as Everton, they have such a rich heritage and global following allowing us to push our technology into new areas and open up tours of global venues to a worldwide audience.

The free app can be downloaded for iPhone and iPad from the Apple App store now. Many of the tour segments are without charge, with in-app purchases priced at 1.49.

 



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