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Goodison Park has been the home of Everton FC since 1892 when the club departed Anfield over a rent dispute, since then Everton’s ‘Grand Old Lady’ has been the site for many thrilling triumphs and is a true gem to visit.
The club has a strong local fan-base who come together to create one of the most atmospherically thrilling experiences in world football, as 40,000 spectators cheer on ‘The Toffees’ in their infamous blue kit.
Goodison saw rapid development in the early 20th century with each increasing the capacity until the 1990s when following the Hillsborough disaster the stadium got converted into an all-seater stadium. In 1994 the last major development took place with a new stand in the Park End.
Unfortunately, the club has outgrown the stadium and has been looking to move in recent years, with a new stadium, the Bramely-Moore Dock Stadium, planned to open at the start of the 2023-24 season, but, until then Goodison will continue to welcome fans with open arms.
Apart from football, the stadium has seen few other uses, but, it’s various suites and facilities are used for meeting, conferences, weddings, and excellent festive Christmas Party nights that are always a treat.
Goodison Park is located approximately two miles north of Liverpool City Centre.