AWAY DAYS: Everton travel information
23rd January 2016
Everton v Swansea City
Sunday, January 24 (1.30pm kick-off)
Address: Goodison Park, Goodison Road, Liverpool, L4 4EL
Telephone: 0151 556 1878
What's it like? Goodison Park is an old fashioned but historic stadium. Swans fans will be situated in one corner of the two-tier Bullens Road Stand. Please note, fans can also pay on the day.
Food and alcohol are available on the concourse, though alcohol isn't sold 15 minutes before kick-off.
Pubs and grub: A 15-minute walk away from the away fans entrance is a Wetherspoons - 'The Thomas Frost' (L4 4AJ) - where home and away fans are allowed in without issue. 'Bradley's Wine Bar' (L4 4AZ) is just further down and across the road; although, despite its name, it is more of a traditional pub rather than a wine bar.
The city centre has plenty of pubs to choose from: 'The Vines' (L1 1JQ) is next to the Adelphi, while nearer Goodison Park 'The Hermitage' (L4 6UR) is another drinking spot.
Parking: There are two ways to Everton, through mid-Wales (180 miles) and by motorway (237 miles) - both of which take a similar amount of time.
If you arrive about two hours before kick-off, there is street parking around Walton Lane. Alternatively, supporters can park closer towards Anfield or in Stanley Park itself for £8 (the entrance to the car park is on Priory Road).
By train: The main station is Lime Street, which is just over three miles from the ground.
The best way from the city centre on public transport is the Merseyrail Northern Line to Sandhills to catch the 'soccer buses'. If you are buying train tickets in Liverpool, it is advised that you ask for a return to Goodison Park, as the train ticket is valid for the soccer bus.
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