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.

Goodison Park
Goodison Road
Liverpool
Nerseyside
L4 04EL
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.

Goodison Park is the home of Everton Football Club, who have played at the stadium since 1892. They previously played at…

Posted by Where To Go In Merseyside on Thursday, November 20, 2014

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