Goodison Park stadium is a very famous stadium among the people, this stadium is located in Walton, Liverpool, England. This stadium is also known as Everton stadium, it is a dedicated stadium for football games. Since its construction in 1892, the stadium has served as the home field for Premier League team Everton F.C. It is one of the oldest football stadiums constructed in England and opened on 24th August 1892. The Goodison Park stadium seating map and other information are given here.
The stadium is located two miles (three kilometers) from the heart of Liverpool in a residential neighborhood that receives regular train and bus service. Goodison has had various alterations throughout the years and can currently hold 39,572 people when all seats are taken. The maximum attendance recorded in the stadium was 78299 on 18th September 1948 during the match between Everton and Liverpool. The stadium is referred to by Everton supporters as “The Grand Old Lady” and the abbreviated “Goodison.” More Premier League matches have been played there than in any other venue in England. Goodison has hosted the most league games since the Premier League’s inception in 1992 because Everton has been a fixture there.
Goodison Park is a 130-year-old stadium with a great history. Therefore the stadium tour is highly recommended to visit for those who have never ever been to Liverpool or the surrounding areas. The tour operates on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 11 am and 1 pm. It also runs on Sundays at 10 am, 12 pm, 2 pm, and 4 pm. No tour is available on match day, visitors should check before going for a tour or on the afternoon before a home fixture featuring the first team.
Goodison Park Seating Plan 2023
The Everton Stadium seating plan is very beneficial for visitors and spectators who want to buy tickets and to know the seating view of their tickets. The total seating capacity of Goodison stadium is 39572. The stadium has divided into four enclosures :
- Main Stand: The Main Stand is a three-tiered stand, which opened in 1971. Try to secure a seat on the upper balcony of the Main Stand if you are a home or neutral supporter who is not afraid of heights. The Main stand is on the Long Side of the stadium. The Main Stand’s costs reflect the fact that it provides the best views of the field. The stand seating capacity is 12,664.
- Gladys street stand: Gwladys Street End can hold 10,155 people. Another two-tiered Archibald Leitch stands with Upper and Lower Gwladys divisions. The Lower Gwladys, located behind the goal at the North end of Goodison Park, is very noisiest and loudest. Everton always chooses to play the second half’s game towards the Gwladys Street End if they win the toss before kickoff.
- Bullens Road Stand: The Bullens Road Stand, which is divided into the Upper Bullens, the Lower Bullens, and the Paddock, is the section of the stadium where away fans are housed. Right now, it can hold 10,546 people.
- The Park End Stand: It was once known as The Stanley Park End because it backs up to the iconic park that separates Goodison Park and Anfield, but in 2016 it was renamed in honor of the club’s former Chairman and is now simply referred to as The Park End. The long single-tiered stand in Goodison Park, with the smallest capacity i.e. 5750 in the stadium.
Goodison Park Ticket Price
Both visiting the website and on phone are the options for purchasing tickets online. Moreover, you can purchase tickets in person at Goodison Park, the Everton Two store located inside the Liverpool One shopping center in the heart of Liverpool, or the Ticketquarter.
On game days, the Box Office is also open until kickoff in case there are any tickets left. In order to avoid having to settle for a ticket with a limited view, it is advisable to book in advance as soon as tickets go on general sale, which is often a few weeks before the match.
Tickets might still be available if they aren’t sold out on Stubhub, Everton’s official ticket marketplace.
Prices range from £43.00 for a lower-tier Bullens Stand seat to £49.00 for a Park End seat. There are just so many tickets available for the Paddock.
How to Reach Goodison Park Stadium
The distance between Lime Street Station and Liverpool’s city center, Goodison Park, is 2.5 miles.
By Car: Arriving through the car exit at junction 4 and take the East Lancashire Road (A580) into the city if coming from the M57, which runs east of Liverpool. Stanley Park and the stadium are visible after traveling on the route for about 4 miles (after Queens Drive, it becomes Walton Lane).
By Trains: An approximate 20-minute walk will get you to Kirkdale rail station. Regular trains from Liverpool Central Station stop at the station. Less than ten minutes pass during the trip.
By Bus: From Queen Square Bus Terminal, one can board buses 19/19A, 20, or 21. (almost opposite Lime Street rail station).
On match days, Everton runs shuttle buses between Goodison Park and Sandhills Rail Station (north of the center).
Parking at Goodison Park
Parking at Everton stadium is nearby Stanley Park which costs £10. The entry to the car park in Convent Street. Randy Coldham adds; ‘Assuming you come nearer from the M57 (to join the M57, leave the M62 at Intersection 6), and afterward leave the M57 at Intersection 4. Take the A580 towards Liverpool, and on the right, you will arrive at the Walton Ways of life Sports Center (L4 9XP) where you can stop for £7. It is then a brief stroll to Goodison with an excellent Chinese Chippy on the way. By stopping there you are well away from the deals sticks that you will generally get at Stanley Park after the match and just a brief drive from the motorway framework. In any case it is an instance of discovering some road stopping, nonetheless, if it’s not too much trouble, observe that there is an Occupants Just Stopping Plan in activity around the close by region, so focus on those signs. There is likewise the choice of leasing a confidential carport close to Goodison Park.