Everton have announced their matchday ticket prices for the 2019-20 season, featuring a simplified pricing structure for adults and cheaper options for juniors and families.
Matches in previous seasons have been broken down into three categories, with category A matches, such as Manchester United and Liverpool, more expensive. However, that has now been abolished and replaced with a simplified pricing structure for all 19 Premier League games
| #EFC has underlined its ongoing commitment to ensuring football is affordable for young families with the introduction of a range of new, simplified match-by-match ticket prices for 2019/20.— Everton (@Everton) July 11, 2019
Junior tickets from just £15!
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The cheapest adult tickets will now cost £35 in the Paddock and Family Enclosure, down from £38 last season. The most expensive is £49 in the Main Stand, Park End and Upper Bullens.
The cheapest junior ticket is now £15 in the Family Enclosure, down from the average of £21 last season, with all other areas costing £20.
It means a combined adult and junior ticket in the Family Enclosure costs £50, a £13 reduction from a category A match last season.
Everton have always tried to be as fair as possible when it comes to ticket pricing, particularly when it comes to young fans. Regular match-going Evertonians do not have as much disposable income as supporters in other parts of the country so the club do their best to ensure they are not priced out.
A sold out Goodison Park full of fans creating a raucous atmosphere is so important and can make a real difference to the players on the pitch. We saw that towards the end of last season, particularly in the games against Liverpool, Manchester United and Arsenal.
This again looks like a decent attempt to be as fair as possible while encouraging young supporters to come and watch the team on a regular basis.