Home to Everton Football Club
Eventmasters are delighted to offer a wide range of VIP & Corporate Hospitality Packages for major sporting events in 2023/24.
Goodison Park has been home to Everton since 1892 and has a total capacity of 39,572.
As Everton have remained in the top tier of British football since 1954, the stadium has hosted more top-flight football matches than any other stadium in the UK.
Fans can look forward to a matchday experience like no other with VIP and hospitality tickets for the Premier League, UEFA Super Cup and other exciting events with Eventmasters at Goodison Park.
Goodison Park Hospitality
Eventmasters are delighted to offer outstanding hospitality at Goodison Park. For further information on what we have available, please click the hospitality button below.
We are happy to introduce our Official Everton Hospitality Package for the 2023/24 Premier League season.
At Goodison Park, the Premier League season is like no other. We ensure that the Everton Hospitality Package will provide all of our clients and guests with complete satisfaction… beyond basic expectations.
Complete the matchday experience at its optimum at Goodison Park, 1878 Brasserie and The Peoples Club to make your matchday experience special. A live game is unbeatable… imagine experiencing the complementary services on top?
Goodison Park – Upcoming Fixtures
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More about Goodison Park:
Before the days of Goodison Park, Everton first called Stanley Park their home. Their first game here was played in 1879. Over the years, the team grew hugely in popularity which resulted in them eventually outgrowing the venue. The team were forced to seek out a new venue and eventually settled at Anfield Road. This was a more substantial location that contained proper covered stands. They played here between the years 1884 and 1892. However, there was some conflict here over the years, one of them being rent prices. This resulted in Everton eventually being expelled from the grounds, which led to their move to the beloved Goodison Park.
Goodison Park was a significant stadium at the time as it was England’s first purpose-built football ground, with stands on three sides. Upon its opening in 1892, 12,000 people flocked to the stadium to watch the opening event which consisted of athletics, followed by music and fireworks. The first football game was played against Bolton Wanderers where they won 4-2.
The stadium has undergone many developments over the years, including the demolishing of the Goodison Road stand in 1969. At the time, many people thought the upgrade was unnecessary but just goes to show how concerned the stadium was with being a top of the range venue.
The further renovation took place in the 1990s following the Taylor Report. Due to the Hillsborough disaster, all stadiums were to become fully seated. Work had to be undertaken to ensure that three out of the four sides were amended from standing to seated.
Structure and facilities:
Goodison Park stadium has a capacity of 39,572 seats. Within the stadium, there are four separate stands which consist of The Goodison Road Stand, Gwladys Street Stand, Bullens Road Stand and The Park End Stand.
The Goodison Road Stand
The Goodison Road Stand is a double-decker stand that consists of two tiers in the bottom area. Each level of the stand is given its own name. The middle section is known as the Main Stand, this section is close to another deck which is known as the Family Enclosure.
The Gwladys Street Stand
At the north end of Goodison Park (behind the goalposts), the Gwladys Street Stand is divided into a lower stand and an upper stand. This area of the stadium is known to be the most ‘popular, mainly due to the fact that this is where most of the loud and boisterous home supporters stay.
The Bullens Road Stand
On the east section of the ground, The Bullens Road Stand is divided up into The Lower Bullens Stand, The Upper Bullens Stand and The Paddock. The north corner of this stand is connected to the Gwladys Stand and the current capacity for this stand is 10,546!
The Park End Stand
At the south location of the ground is the Park End stand (behind the goal). The Park End Stand backs onto Walton Lane which borders Stanley Park. The stand used to be called Stanley Park, however, many people now refer to it as The Park End Stand.
Other at Goodison Park:
Whilst not only providing an outstanding experience of Premier League football fixtures, Goodison Park is also used for many other types of events too! From boxing matches to wedding venues and even in the past, has been an area where the ashes of a fan could have been scattered.
Such an outstanding venue demands outstanding hospitality services, and Goodison Park does more than tick that box. Combining prime location seats with splendid views alongside exquisite dining and VIP service, Goodison Park is not a venue to be overlooked.
Eventmasters proudly supply official VIP hospitality packages at Goodison Park. Our luxurious hospitality packages add extra splendour to your day, ensuring your trip to Goodison Park is certainly worthwhile.
Secure your hospitality packages and tickets today for all the latest Goodison Park events with Eventmasters.
Travelling to Anfield Stadium
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How do I get to Goodison Park by car?
North and South:
From the M6, you will need to exit from junction 26 and enter the M58 before continuing to the end. Once you get to the gyratory, you are to go left to join the M57 motorway at Junction 7. At junction 4 of the M57, you should leave the road at junction four before turning right onto the East Lancashire Road (A580). Follow this road across Queen’s Drive, and into Walton Lane, and in less than a mile, Goodison Park will be on your right.
When travelling to Goodison Park from the East, when on the M62, you will need to exit at Junction 6 to get onto the M57. At the end of this motorway, you need to go left onto Ormskirk Road (A59), and you should then follow the same route for north.
From the M53, you must continue onto Wallasey and follow Liverpool via the Kingsway Mersey Tunnel. Then, you will have to take a left at the end to join Scotland Road before taking the right fork onto Kirkdale Road (A58). Finally, you are to follow the road round for two miles, with Goodison Park soon appearing in front of you.
How do I get to Goodison Park by bus?
There are several places from which services to Goodison Park are available. The following have these bus services: Queen Square Bus Station (Liverpool City Centre – 19, 20, 21, 310 & 345), St. John’s Lane – 919, Liverpool ONE Bus Station (walk from Everton Valley). There are other services outside of the City Centre: 68/168 (Bootle – Aigburth Vale) and 62/162 (Crosby/Bootle – Penny Lane)
How do I get to Goodison Park by train?
Kirkdale Station is the closest train station to Goodison Park, and it is about 1 mile away from Goodison Park itself.
How do I get to Goodison Park from Liverpool John Lennon Airport?
The Liverpool John Lennon Airport is about 11 miles from the ground, and two bus services are available to you. The 80A and 86A buses are from the front of the Airport to the Liverpool South Parkway bus/rail interchange before taking the Northern line train to Sandhills station before connecting with the ‘Soccerbus’ service.
The ‘Soccerbus’ is a shuttle bus service that runs directly from Sandhills Station to Goodison Park for all of Everton’s home matches. This service runs two hours before a game and up to 15 minutes before kick-off. This service also runs up to 50 minutes after the final whistle.
Goodison Park FAQs
What are the accessible features of Goodison Park?
There are three accessible entrances, which have wheelchair access and viewing facilities. There are also three accessible entrances: Gate 20A (Gwladys Street) offers elevated positions in the Main Stand North, and Gate 2A is for the Sir Philip Carter Park Stand with elevated positions in the Main Stand South. Finally, Gate 61A, located adjacent to the Sir Philip Carter Park Stand and Bullens Road, offers accessibility for those seated in the Sir Philip Carter Park Stand (formerly the Park Stand), the Paddock or visiting fan seating.
There are also 12 accessible unisex toilets available at Goodison Park. 4 in the Sir Philip Carter Park Stand Concourse, 2 in the Bullens Road Stand, 4 in the Main Stand North and 2 in the Main Stand South.
Where can I park my car at Goodison Park?
You can park your car at Stanley Park, approximately half a mile from Goodison Park. There are also three car parks for disabled fans as part of the Blue Badge Scheme: Diana Street (House Numbers 2 to 14), Oxton Street (House Numbers 74 to 84) and Eton Street (House Numbers 53 to 79).
Please note that these accessible parking spaces are available to MEMBERS of the Everton Disabled Supporters Association and are allocated on a rota.
What is the dress code at Goodison Park?
The dress code is smart casual. You are NOT permitted to wear Tracksuits, sportswear, caps, shorts, trainers, football shirts, ripped jeans or bleached jeans. This does not apply to kids under the age of 12, but smart clothing is preferred.
Is Goodison Park cashless?
Yes, Goodison Park is a cashless stadium.
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