Goodison Park is the home of Everton Football Club, who have played at the stadium since 1892. They previously played at Anfield before moving to Goodison Park after a dispute over rent.
The stadium can currently hold 39,572 fans and is unique because there is a church built into it. A jumbotron screen has been placed in the ground to cover this church and early kick-offs do not happen on Sundays to allow services at the church.
Goodison Park has a lot of history including being used in the 1966 World Cup, in a FA Cup Final and in numerous international fixtures. Goodison Park offers visitors stadium whilst also offering a service for conferences, events, weddings and parties.
Tours run on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday at 11am and 1pm. There are no tours on matchdays or the afternoon before a match.
Matches are normally played every week so there will always be something on for you to discover.
Tel: 0871 663 1878
Kirkdale is the nearest station to the ground, which is a 20 minute walk away. Whilst Lime Street is 2.5 miles away.
Alternatively, buses 19/19A, 20, or 21 from Queen Square Bus Station travel to near the stadium or buses 311 and 350/351 from Sir Thomas Street.