Obtaining Match Tickets
Generally for most games (home and away), we are able to get sufficient match tickets to meet our requirements providing sufficient notice (usually one month) is given. However, occasionally (for example, Anfield and FA Cup Finals) the demand for our ticket allocation may be oversubscribed.
In accordance with the Club Rules, tickets for oversubscribed matches shall be prioritised according to the number of matches attended within the preceding 12 months.
In order to obtain the best quality of seat available (as our initial allocation of tickets is selected before they go on sale to Official Members and, subsequently, on public sale), you should lodge your ticket request with our Match Ticket Secretary (Aidan) at least one month before the game.
If there is any doubt about match ticket availability, you should contact our Match Ticket Secretary before booking your travel. However, for nearly all home games, you should be safe to book your travel first. Once you have organised your travel, you should contact our Match Ticket Secretary (Aidan) via one of the following methods:
- Mobile Telephone: 078 1337 1081 (7pm to 9pm please)
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org (anytime)
Payment should then be made electronically (bank account details are available from our password-protected Flight Prices webpage) or via the post. Cheques
should be made payable to ESCNI and sent to our Match Ticket Secretary:
56 Woodland Grange
The details of the prices for each Premier League home game are available from Everton's Prices & Seating Plan webpage.
When obtaining tickets for non-members, ESCNI charges a supplement of £5 per adult and £3 per junior/OAP.
However, when paying electronically, take care when entering those digits and please drop our Match Ticket Secretary (Aidan) an email or text message, with details of which match the payment relates to, in order to advise him that you have made an electronic payment.
Please remember that we will require you to pay for them when later received. It’s unfair to order match tickets and then source them from elsewhere, as it creates lots of additional work for him and (if left too late) Everton will charge us for the tickets.