2023-24 fixtures announced

15/06/2023 87comments  |  Jump to last

Everton will kick off the new season with a home game against Fulham following the release of the full fixture list for 2023-24.

The Blues will take on Fulham on the weekend of 12 August and will finish the campaign on Sunday 19 May against Arsenal at The Emirates.

The first Merseyside derby of the season is at Anfield on 21 October with the return game scheduled for 16 March.

While Everton have just two Premier League games scheduled for January because of the FA Cup, they have a jam-packed December that will see them play seven fixtures, three of those in the final week or so of the year.

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The Blues will entertain champions Manchester City on Boxing Day, finish 2023 at Wolves and begin the New Year after the FA Cup 3rd Round with a home clash with Aston Villa (H). In a break with tradition, there is no match scheduled for New Year's Day.

Fixture list in full:

12/08/2023 15:00 Fulham (h)
19/08/2023 15:00 Aston Villa (a)
26/08/2023 15:00 Wolverhampton (h)

02/09/2023 15:00 Sheffield United (a)
16/09/2023 15:00 Arsenal (h)
23/09/2023 15:00 Brentford (a)
30/09/2023 15:00 Luton Town (h)

07/10/2023 15:00 Bournemouth (h)
21/10/2023 15:00 Liverpool (a)
28/10/2023 15:00 West Ham United (a)

04/11/2023 15:00 Brighton (h)
11/11/2023 15:00 Crystal Palace (a)
25/11/2023 15:00 Manchester United (h)

02/12/2023 15:00 Nottingham Forest (a)
05/12/2023 19:45 Newcastle United (h)
09/12/2023 15:00 Chelsea (h)
16/12/2023 15:00 Burnley (a)
23/12/2023 15:00 Tottenham Hotspur (a)
26/12/2023 15:00 Manchester City (h)
30/12/2023 15:00 Wolverhampton (a)

13/01/2024 15:00 Aston Villa (h)
30/01/2024 19:45 Fulham (a)

03/02/2024 15:00 Tottenham Hotspur (h)
10/02/2024 15:00 Manchester City (a)
17/02/2024 15:00 Crystal Palace (h)
24/02/2024 15:00 Brighton (a)

02/03/2024 15:00 West Ham United (h)
09/03/2024 15:00 Manchester United (a)
16/03/2024 15:00 Liverpool (h)
30/03/2024 15:00 Bournemouth (a)

03/04/2024 19:45 Newcastle United (a)
06/04/2024 15:00 Burnley (h)
13/04/2024 15:00 Chelsea (a)
20/04/2024 15:00 Nottingham Forest (h)
27/04/2024 15:00 Brentford (h)

04/05/2024 15:00 Luton Town (a)
11/05/2024 15:00 Sheffield United (h)
19/05/2024 16:00 Arsenal (a)

Fixtures subject to change due to postponement, rearrangement for TV broadcast, and other reasons.


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Paul Hughes
1 Posted 15/06/2023 at 09:05:30
Home v Fulham
Jon Bentley
2 Posted 15/06/2023 at 09:06:56
December looks a bit shit. 😢
Ian Jones
3 Posted 15/06/2023 at 09:39:32
Interesting last match. Like to think we will be safe by then. Imagine Arsenal won't be looking forward to that one if they need to win to get the title.
Craig Walker
4 Posted 15/06/2023 at 09:41:10
Anfield derby first this year. I could have predicted Villa away as our first away match. Seems to happen most seasons that we play Villa away in the first couple of weeks.

It's a sign of things when I look at the last fixtures but it looks decent with Burnley, Forest, Brentford, Sheffield Utd as home matches during the run-in.

Frank Wolfe
5 Posted 15/06/2023 at 09:47:19
I am traveling from Australia to Ireland in early September. Hoping to get to see Everton on 9 September but no fixture that weekend. Is that FA Cup weekend?
Daniel A Johnson
6 Posted 15/06/2023 at 09:47:45
Hopefully some early points on the board and a safe uneventful boring season in mid table, fingers crossed.

I'll take boring next season after previous stresses.

Bill Gienapp
7 Posted 15/06/2023 at 09:47:49
Relatively favourable run of fixtures to start the season. Arsenal away means we damn well better not leave things until the final weekend next season.
Mike Hayes
8 Posted 15/06/2023 at 09:51:31
Let's see who sues is this season… 🤡🤷💙
Ian Jones
10 Posted 15/06/2023 at 09:55:26
Frank @ 5,

No Premier League games around then due to International Matches, friendlies and European Championship qualifiers.

Michael Lynch
11 Posted 15/06/2023 at 09:58:40
We can beat Fulham and Wolves if we have a good pre-season, but Villa will probably be no points for us. Sheff Utd maybe a point against a team trying to grind out results (like us).

7 points from the first four games would be a decent haul.

Frank Wolfe
12 Posted 15/06/2023 at 10:01:21
Thanks Ian :-(
Lee Courtliff
13 Posted 15/06/2023 at 10:03:05
Interesting that the first derby is at Mordor, not often in the Premier League era has the second derby of the season been at Goodison.
John Pickles
14 Posted 15/06/2023 at 10:04:29
Only at Everton, can this be, the least most newsworthy thing happening to the supporters of their club at the moment.
Rob Dolby
15 Posted 15/06/2023 at 10:08:47
Can't wait
Mal van Schaick
16 Posted 15/06/2023 at 10:22:57
It could be a dogs of war season, but who knows, with some shrewd signings, it may be a marked improvement from last season, especially if we get some points on the board early.

Please do business early and get the new players into the squad pre season. Not lastminute.com.

Alex Gray
17 Posted 15/06/2023 at 10:31:17
Great fixtures on paper. My only concern is that with a lot of winnable fixtures early doors we need a striker fit and ready for them or its wasted points.

Going off recent history Dom won’t be fit and we need to get his replacement in asap really.

John Raftery
18 Posted 15/06/2023 at 10:36:29
How often have we played Arsenal away on the last day?

David Graves
19 Posted 15/06/2023 at 10:42:52
The life of an Evertonian - when you scroll down to check the last 5 games of the season to see whether we will have a chance of staying up.
Geoff Lambert
20 Posted 15/06/2023 at 10:42:56
Should be top of the league by November.
Dave Williams
21 Posted 15/06/2023 at 11:10:32
John #18 exactly what I was thinking- normally a heavy defeat too!
Opening fixtures are kind on paper provided we get transfers business( such as it will be) done early.
Eddie Dunn
22 Posted 15/06/2023 at 11:14:22
Looking at the fixtures in some detail, I conclude that we will finish 15th on 40 points.
Mark Ryan
23 Posted 15/06/2023 at 11:17:46
Disappointing to know that if we are safe by the last game this lot will go into it not really bothering if they lose it.
There was a time when being Everton meant we would go into every game wanting to win it and believing we could.
I hope that one day those days will return for us all
Alan Rooney
24 Posted 15/06/2023 at 11:17:57
The league tables should look better from now until 12 August :)
Tony McNulty
25 Posted 15/06/2023 at 11:18:22
Thanks Eddie, you've saved us all a lot of time and grief.
Danny O’Neill
27 Posted 15/06/2023 at 11:22:43

Seems to have been a few towards the end over the years.

That 7-0 mauling. The Nyarko saga when a supporter was escorted from the pitch as he tried to offer him his own shirt in return for Nyarko's.

Last season getting battered but we didn't care. Sunburnt in a suntrap on a par with Wolves.

No booze at half time. Just water. Maybe for our health, maybe they didn't trust us. It didn't matter, we were still punch drunk from the Palace game.

First glance, it looks evenly spread with December looking a bit tough.

But ultimately, we have to play everyon twice, regardless of when.

Eddie Dunn
28 Posted 15/06/2023 at 11:37:44
Tony -thank God we survive! Relax everyone.
Kim Vivian
29 Posted 15/06/2023 at 11:38:11
I am usually an annoyingly glass half full type of bloke.

However, with all the noise around the club at the moment and the start just 8 weeks away on Saturday I feel pretty anxious about next season.

I think constraints will mean our squad will probably be the least improved in the league although we do seem, I suppose, to have improved our competitiveness and relative stability under Sean Dyche whose job frankly is not becoming any easier.

We are looking at at least a couple of our better players leaving in all likelihood, and will have difficulty attracting quality replacements.

Nothing is going to happen until the boardroom situation gets resolved and the clock is ticking. Nearly another week gone, 3 boardroom members left, no replacements in, and the biggest millstone still in post.

I honestly can't see any fixtures in that schedule above which has me licking my lips, but a fair few that may have us lot licking our wounds. December as someone points out above looks pretty grim.

I really hope we can get 15-20 points on the board by then or things may start looking pretty bleak.

Anyway - enough of this - UTFTs

Raymond Fox
30 Posted 15/06/2023 at 11:40:41
Thats a little tongue in cheek Eddie without knowing what our squad will look like, but fair play to you I think it will probably be around about where we finish, without all the angst of the last two seasons hopefully.

We have a nice looking run of games to start off the season.

Tony Shelby
31 Posted 15/06/2023 at 11:49:59
It says a lot when not a single game looks like a banker.
Sean O’Hanlon
32 Posted 15/06/2023 at 11:55:21
We're currently lying 9th in table. I'd be happy with that, come the end of the season.
Denis Richardson
33 Posted 15/06/2023 at 12:02:06
Really decent start for me, August and September hopefully allows us to get some points on the board early and get some momentum and take the pressure off. Don't have any really bad runes so another bonus.

Much depends on summer transfer activity and whether we start the season with a fit and decent striker, or not.

Will Mabon
34 Posted 15/06/2023 at 12:14:45
Not long back we'd have looked at those first 4 games and almost expected 7 points, maybe more.

It all balances out as ever but in our reduced potency spec. that first game looks like an important opportunity to get going.

Quite an even spread of a fixture list overall. The Villa and Arsenal thing are notable. I bet the algorithm is interesting.

Tony Abrahams
35 Posted 15/06/2023 at 12:16:01
We have a lot of hurdles to overcome before we try and navigate these fixtures, hopefully leaving us with a much more professional football club.

Ajay Gopal
36 Posted 15/06/2023 at 12:34:53
A quick prediction of points:

August: 4 (3 games)
September: 8 (4 games)
October: 3 (3 games)
November: 3 (3 games)
December: 3 (7 games)
January: 3 (2 games)
February: 6 (4 games)
March: 6 (4 games)
April: 9 (5 games)
May: 3 (3 games)

48 points. 21 from the 1st 20, 27 from the last 18 games.


Phil (Kelsall) Roberts
37 Posted 15/06/2023 at 12:52:05
Ajay - you are going to get banned from ToffeeWeb for being too positive!

Last season in brackets
August: 4 (0) (3 games)
September: 8 (5) (4 games)
October: 3 (3) (3 games)
November: 3 (1) (3 games)
December: 3 (3) (7 games)
January: 3 (1) (2 games)
February: 6 (8) (4 games)
March: 6 (4) (4 games)
April: 9 (5) (5 games)
May: 3 (6) (3 games)

12 points at Christmas - aagh.

And why always Arsenal the last match - 21/22; 16/17; 07/08 (penultimate) ; 04/05 (penultimate) and now 23/24. Can they not find us someone else to play in May?

Ajay Gopal
38 Posted 15/06/2023 at 12:55:13
If Moshiri sorts out his shit, and we sell, say Holgate and Onana for a combined 30 million (net of Onana's original purchase price), and get in 2 strikers - 1 purchase worth 20 million, 1 on loan, 1 Begovic replacement on a free, 1 left back on a free, 1 wide attacking player worth 20 million, 1midfielder on loan/free for a net spend of about 10-15 million, and considering/hoping that:

1. We have Dyche instead of Lampard for the whole season
2. We have a fairly settled spine in Pickford, Tarkowski, Gueye, Doucoure, Iwobi, Garner, McNeil
3. Mykolenko and Patterson settle down and play consistently and be injury free
4. DCL is fit enough for 50% of the games
5. Dyche is able to bring along Branthwaite and Gibson (probably)
6. One of the new signings/loanees catches fire,

we should be mid-table comfortably.

Paul Tran
39 Posted 15/06/2023 at 13:00:07
The current man in the dugout gives me the view that we won't be battling relegation this season.

What happens off the pitch will determine what kind of future we have, as a team, a club and a business

George Stuart
40 Posted 15/06/2023 at 13:09:35
I said at the start of the last season that Franks job was to just be better than three other teams. Jees, was that a wild ride. Frank could not have done it BTW.
Sean's job is to aim for tenth. That's it.
Now that depends on the squad.
Fudge only knows what that will look like. For gods sake, a striker !!!
Deli might need an operation.
Please let that be it. Operation, then man of tournament level, for World Cup level, for half a season. I won't hold my breath.
I really can't see what we can do.
In Sean we hope.
Rob Halligan
41 Posted 15/06/2023 at 13:10:33
Well, I knew I was going to miss two games in December, but I wasn’t banking on three. 😡😡😡.

As part of my bucket list, I’ve always wanted to go to the Caribbean for the West Indies v England cricket. Me and the missus decided to take the plunge and have booked to go for two weeks, flying out on December 1st. So, I miss Forest away, and the skunks and Chelsea at home.

Ah well, some things can’t be helped. 😎😎😎🍺🍺🍺

Mike Doyle
42 Posted 15/06/2023 at 13:13:57
Rob #41] Could be worse - at least you are not missing your favourite - Bournemouth (away).
Rob Halligan
43 Posted 15/06/2023 at 13:16:39
Mike, Bournemouth away is the day after my birthday. Let’s hope that’s a birthday present waiting for.
Paul Ferry
44 Posted 15/06/2023 at 13:17:03
Couldn't you fly back for the midweek Skunks match Rob!
Rob Halligan
45 Posted 15/06/2023 at 13:21:29
Paul, get me the tardis from doctor who, and it’s job done!!
Dale Self
46 Posted 15/06/2023 at 13:26:38
May I suggest that you also take one of the assistants as well as the Tardis Dr. Rob.
John Boswell
47 Posted 15/06/2023 at 13:29:42
After a quick browse of the fixtures I reckon we will have accumulated 37 points by the end of December. I believe in the effect of Dyche and Thelwell. COYB
Rob Halligan
48 Posted 15/06/2023 at 13:35:51
Dale, I don’t know what you’ve heard, but I’m definitely no doctor! 👨‍🎓👨‍🎓👨‍🎓
Kim Vivian
49 Posted 15/06/2023 at 13:53:41
John 47 - Hmmm...Top 4 or 5 contenders then. Can I have some of that stuff?

Or did you mean to type May?

Shaun Robinson
50 Posted 15/06/2023 at 13:54:25
When was the last time we played Newcastle at home with an afternoon kick off? Always a night game
Jack Convery
51 Posted 15/06/2023 at 14:23:49
Has he left yet - it's been more than 48 hours.

Can we have the last 6 fixtures first ?

Pat Kelly
52 Posted 15/06/2023 at 14:27:41
So we'll need 3 points on 19 May at the Emirates to be safe.
Jay Harris
53 Posted 15/06/2023 at 14:30:30
Eddie #22,
Youre being far too pessimistic. I think we will get at least 50 points LOL.
John McFarlane Snr
54 Posted 15/06/2023 at 15:12:35
Hi all, I find predictions and points obtained a pleasant diversion from more serious matters that Everton face at this moment in time. Although I can't recall the last time I made such predictions, I'm quite sure that I would have done so.

I have learned over the years from 1948 onward, that anything is possible in a game of football, my philosophy being, that every game is unique in as much as it's never been played before, and will never be played again.

I find that this outlook, and viewing games with an open mind, softens the blows of defeat and enriches the enjoyment of witnessing a victory.

I can appreciate that making these predictions can lessen the worries of more important matters, and I believe that it can provide moments of pleasure for some during the season.

Jonathan Oppenheimer
55 Posted 15/06/2023 at 15:24:33
Looks like the family and I will be making our maiden voyage to Goodison for Forest on April 20. For planning purposes, am I correct that it's unlikely but still possible this match gets moved to Sunday or Monday? What are the scenarios in which they change match dates when it's not about cup conflicts?

Once we settle on the date, I'll be needing advice on how to secure good seats for the match and recommendations on where to sit. All I ask is that we're not already relegated by April 20 — not too much to ask, right?

For useless predictions, I'm going with 45 points and a 12th-place finish, with clear signs that Dyche is taking us forward to the new stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock.

Michael Kenrick
56 Posted 15/06/2023 at 15:52:36

What an occasion that will be! It would indeed be more than a little annoying if the game is subsequently moved to Sunday or Monday – even Friday night might be a possibility.

Such decisions are usually made by the UK TV companies (Sky and BT Sport – soon to be relabelled TNT Sports), who pick four or five out of the usual 10 Premier League fixtures for live broadcast in the UK each weekend.

The problem for you and many other advance travel planners is they only do this 4 to 6 weeks ahead, typically announced on a monthly basis as the season develops. Because of the ancient 3pm Saturday TV blackout, these selected games must then be rescheduled.

So my advice would be to plan for any eventuality across the weekend, and have other accommodation and activities lined up locally just in case. Or gamble that it won't be selected (slightly higher than 50% chance), and then jump or skip if it is.

Phil Smith
57 Posted 15/06/2023 at 16:02:25
Arsenal away again last day! Hope that's not a bad omen.
Kim Vivian
58 Posted 15/06/2023 at 16:26:06
Not sure about that Phil. Didn't we qualify for Europe that year the Arse put 7 past us on the last day?

I'm sure one of the stattos on here will correct me if I'm wrong about that.

Derek Thomas
59 Posted 15/06/2023 at 16:29:52
Can't see us losing a game until the middle of October
Phil (Kelsall) Roberts
60 Posted 15/06/2023 at 16:33:49
Kim, it was not last game - it was penultimate. (see my post #37).

But we had lost Super Lee Carsley to injury and we could not be caught in 4th place.

We also lost 4-0 when they won the league in 98 and we drew the final game with Coventry to stay up on GD.

Scary stat. Since we last won the league (86-87), our record at Arsenal is W2 D5 L28 F26 A84.

Neil Tyrrell
61 Posted 15/06/2023 at 16:35:47
Been waiting for this as I will be in the UK for a few days in October. Was really hoping we'd be at Goodison but alas, my trip coincides with West Ham away, by most accounts one of the worst venues for watching football. Nevertheless I would still love to go.

Any of the TW traveling Blues have advice on how I might be able to get tickets in the away end? Living overseas I have zero 'credits' or whatever that system is they use, and I'd rather not sit with the bubble blowers. Resale sites like stubhub etc. would be an option if there's no official avenue I can use.

All advice, suggestions, info or help greatly appreciated.

Jonathan Oppenheimer
62 Posted 15/06/2023 at 16:38:51
Thanks, Michael, that’s all very helpful. And a bit problematic given I’d otherwise leave Sunday were it not a possibility that the date gets switched. Maybe we’ll have to consider coming two weeks earlier for the Burnley match. I have a week of vacation April 9-14 and planned to add a week on the back end and hopefully travel through Scotland when it’s a bit warmer, plus a few days in Liverpool and some time in southern France. But maybe I’ll have to add a week on the front end to make sure I make it to a match, given that’s the whole point of the trip.
Robert Stuthridge
63 Posted 15/06/2023 at 17:01:30
Lifelong (67 years) Toffees fan, but never been to Goodison before - though I’ve watched them away a few times. Can anyone tell me - what’s the best way to get hold of tickets for home games? Is it usually possible to buy them at the gate on the day or must they be bought in advance via EvertonFC.com?
Neil Lawson
64 Posted 15/06/2023 at 17:11:00
Who is organising the sweepstake on which game saves us ( or sends us down) ?
When have we ever got anything at the Arse ?
Phil Smith
65 Posted 15/06/2023 at 17:44:45
Kim (58), I was at that game. "Champions League, we're having' a laugh". Good game until the 5th went in, then we were getting annoyed. Dunc should have had a couple at least.
Darryl Ritchie
66 Posted 15/06/2023 at 17:45:55
What was it Phil always used to say?…Eleventhish?

I’d be happy with that.

Stu Darlington
67 Posted 15/06/2023 at 17:52:13
Sounds like you got a bum deal there Rob,but someone’s got to do it !!
I found liberal applications of Mount Gay XO help to dull the pain!
Dan Nulty
68 Posted 15/06/2023 at 18:33:56
If we can't stay up in this league against these teams then we really do deserve to go down.
Kim Vivian
69 Posted 15/06/2023 at 18:40:24
Two Phils, 60 and 65 - I guess it must have been the last home game then.

Was it on TV? Because the pain of that game, especially the 7th goal is engraved indelibly on my brain? I would have been in Tunbridge Wells for that one.

Disgusted?... I was! We all were.

David West
70 Posted 15/06/2023 at 18:57:01
A tough December!

I believe we only need a slight improvement from last to be relatively comfortable in the leauge.

I'm not saying that's what I want !
But if you look how tight the bottom half were packed together last season, Dyches fine margins and playing the percentage game coupled with a better first half to the season could see us comfortable.

Even a small increase in the points per game compared to first half of last season would see us comfortable.

My only concern would be how low the bar was last season. I'd say you will need more points to survive this year !!

Mark Ryan
71 Posted 15/06/2023 at 19:16:34
Seriously, has he not gone yet ffs
Phil Smith
72 Posted 15/06/2023 at 19:39:29
Not sure if it was on TV. That was my last game at the old Arsenal ground (Highbury). Great ground that.

Looking forward to Luton away. Lol.

Kieran Kinsella
73 Posted 15/06/2023 at 20:04:53
Ridiculous… total farce. Year after year, we wait with bated breath for the new fixtures and without fail it is the same old story. We have to play Liverpool, Man Utd, Arsenal, Man City and 15 other Premier League teams, both home and away.
Stephen Vincent
75 Posted 15/06/2023 at 20:26:30
My advice to anyone coming to Goodison for the first time is to get a membership which gives you a priority window before tickets go on general sale. I'm pretty sure that there were no general sale tickets at all last season.

We have over 30k season tickets and have to give about 2k to away fans (4k for an FA Cup tie).

Alternatively you can buy a package, ticket and a night in a hotel, but this starts at £149.

But we sold out every home and away game last season.

I believe that we have just outsourced our ticketing to ticket master, so if past experiences (Fanatics, Sodexo) are any thing to go by God knows what will happen.

Brian Denton
76 Posted 15/06/2023 at 20:40:08
Ian (3), you jest.

Arsenal v Everton has probably been the biggest home banker in my 57 years of watching Everton!

Danny O’Neill
77 Posted 15/06/2023 at 20:46:01
What Stephen says. Sign up as a member. It serves well for home tickets if you are quick. Away is another thing and I can only thank people for the help they have given me.

I am actually a member of Wolves too, so I could get a ticket in the home stands. But don't be like Danny.

Also use this website, there are many kind people who can offer to help if they can. And they do. Face value and/or the cost of a transfer of ticket.

Neil @61, West Ham is a decent stadium but strange. It's an athletics stadium, not a football one and you are far from the pitch. A decent day out though.

We mingled fine with the locals not far from the infamous Blind Beggar in the heart of the East End (Krays), before the last time I visited and I steathily took my place in a bar full of West Ham supporters underneath the Westfield Shopping centre, next to Stratford International Station before heading home.

I hope it works out for you all.

Will Mabon
78 Posted 15/06/2023 at 20:46:55
Stephen, oh no!

Another serpent involved. Surely there comes a point whereby clubs can sort this electronically in house at realistic expense nowadays? There's a place for saving money.

Priority one should be getting tickets to Everton fans at fair prices, without skims for touts and more. Somehow touts always get hold of tickets – the digitization panacea was supposed to control and stop this.

I'd also rather keep the thumb of large global interests out of our ass as far as is possible. And out of my personal information.

Ian Bennett
79 Posted 15/06/2023 at 20:47:27
It's a golden opportunity to get a good start, but will involve the squad being ready and recruiting early. The squad has to be fit, and ready to go for it.

If we aren't ready for the start of the season, we are going to be in big trouble. We can't squander points like this season at home.

Kiern Moran
80 Posted 15/06/2023 at 21:03:27
Top by Christmas, soft run-in, nice.
Neil Tyrrell
81 Posted 15/06/2023 at 21:34:28
Danny O @77, yep I'd expect the stadium to have nice facilities and concessions and such being so new, but even their own fans complain about it being unsuitable for football. But hey-ho, it's the only Everton match while I'm in the country and I'd very much like to be there.

What are your thoughts (or anyone elses) on sitting among the West Ham fans? I realize away tickets are a tough ask.

Danny O’Neill
82 Posted 15/06/2023 at 21:48:14
Well, I've sat in amongst Lucifer's Children on several occasion at Anfield Neil, but I guess that is different. I'll look them in the eye all day.

Wolves I've mentioned. That was fine on the night itself, just someone reported me after and a got a letter for being naughty and "giving my ticket to an away supporter".

Sat amongst United fans at Old Trafford last season. That was fine.

I think most supporters are okay, I even got offered a ticket from a West Ham supporter the season before last, who I met on the train to Goodison, which I didn't take.

I'd be careful. Depends on who you end up sat next to. Try to get an Everton ticket, as you can risk getting ejected. There will be people who can help you.

Neil Tyrrell
84 Posted 15/06/2023 at 22:07:29
Thanks Danny. Obviously the goal is to be in amongst the Blue crowd and I'll try and try again to get an away section ticket. Will buy pints all day for anyone who can help me out!

Went to Old Trafford in 1978 with my uncle and my late Nan, I was 10 years old. Heading to our seats the usher took one look at me and my uncle's Everton gear and said "you can't sit here", then led us down to pitch level, through the gate, walked us around the pitch past the corner flag to the Everton end and opened another gate so we could join the away crowd. We found a spot about halfway up and my uncle sat me on the railing (there were no seats). Latchford scored 2 that day and on one of them I got surged forward what felt like about 10 rows. Was terrifying and exhilarating and Super Latch is still my favourite ever Everton player, largely down to that day. After beating them we had to run a gauntlet of Man U fans who were none too pleased, to put it mildly. Still have the program, it cost 12p. Good times.

Joe Hurst
85 Posted 16/06/2023 at 09:07:18
Facing The Shite at our old house in October…

I can't wait.

Charles Brewer
87 Posted 16/06/2023 at 17:58:13
My predictions for the 23-24 season:

If we haven't got 21 points by the end of September, I reckon relegation is an absolute certainty.

Once we've sold Pickford, Tarkovsky, Iwobi, Gray and Onana, we should have at least £2-3m to spend, or perhaps that will go to the 'Buying Bill out of his contract' fund following the Rooney, Arteta, Gordon, Richarlison, Stones, Barkley (etc) money. DCL will be pronounced "unfit for work" by a vet staring at a jar of urine.

Harriet Harman will find that Dyche heard someone call the parliamentary fiasco a "kangaroo court" and Everton will be banned from Goodison Park for the next two seasons.

Billy Shears
88 Posted 18/06/2023 at 05:34:17
I've just seen our home shirt for this season on YouTube... nowt too fancy like – plain Royal Blue shirt but with a small white collar made by Kappa?!...

I've gotta admit the Wolves shirt looks good with a howling Wolf at the base of the shirt!

Paul Kossoff
89 Posted 22/06/2023 at 23:27:08
With this squad I can't see more than 40 points if we are lucky. Maybe 36, my maths are not what they used to be so hopefully I'm completely wrong.
Paul Kossoff
90 Posted 22/06/2023 at 23:32:03
Billy 88, Let's hope we can shoot some smokestack lightning at the Wolves and give them some blues.😀
Paul Kossoff
91 Posted 22/06/2023 at 23:43:46
Charles 87. 😀😀😀😀😀
Barry Hesketh
92 Posted 08/07/2023 at 10:55:26
Four of Everton's Premier League fixtures have been switched after being selected for live television broadcast.

The Blues' first away trip of the 2023/24 season to Aston Villa, originally scheduled for 3pm (BST) on Saturday 19 August, will now take place on Sunday 20 August, 2pm (BST) and be shown live on Sky Sports.

The second away outing [Sheffield United] for Sean Dyche's men has also been selected for broadcast on TNT Sports, remaining on Saturday 2 September but now kicking off at 12.30pm (BST).

Everton will be hoping to repeat last season's triumph over Arsenal at Goodison Park - which was Dyche's first match in charge of the Blues - with the 2023-24 clash now set for 5.30pm (BST) on Saturday 16 September, live on Sky Sports. Please note, this fixture is subject to change further depending on the schedule arrangement for the Gunners' Champions League campaign.

Finally, the last away Premier League match for September at Brentford will also get under way at 5.30pm (BST) on Saturday 23 September, again being broadcast on Sky Sports.

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