Matchday Guide: Everton v Fulham

Please see below key information for fans attending Tuesday’s Carabao Cup fixture against Fulham at Goodison Park (KO 7.45pm).


Supporters attending Tuesday’s Carabao Cup quarter-final against Fulham are encouraged to arrive at Goodison Park in plenty of time to avoid queues at the turnstiles and, therefore, potential delays entering the stadium.

Tuesday’s match is a sell-out, meaning a capacity crowd is expected to watch the Blues bid for a place in the competition’s last four.


Supporters on the Auto Cup scheme who have received confirmation via email that payment has successfully been taken for this match can enter Goodison Park using their physical season card or digital Season Ticket.

If using a digital Season Ticket, please follow the instructions here to ensure swift entry via the turnstiles.

Please note, if we have not been able to take payment for your ticket, the turnstile will turn red when you present your season card or digital Season Ticket and you will not be able to gain entry to the match. You can check your ticket has successfully been processed for this fixture by logging into your ticketing account here.

If you believe your ticket should be valid but the turnstile turns red when you attempt to access the stadium, please step away from the queue and locate your nearest steward, who will be able to assist you. Moving aside will allow fellow supporters to continue entering the stadium and minimise congestion.

Please CLICK HERE for detailed information on gaining access to Goodison Park for this fixture.


Everton Football Club has a strict, zero tolerance approach to all incidents of discrimination and disorder.

We remind supporters that all perpetrators of public order offences, which includes racist or discriminatory behaviour, pitch encroachment and the throwing of objects and/or the use of any form of pyrotechnics (including smoke grenades, smoke bombs/canisters and flares) will receive lengthy stadium bans, potential police investigation and further possible legal sanctions.

Flags must not contain anything considered to be offensive, discriminatory or inflammatory, including politically motivated or nationalistic messaging. In line with Premier League guidance, supporters are advised that Israeli or Palestinian flags will not be permitted to be displayed at Premier League fixtures for the foreseeable future.    

The Club has reaffirmed its commitment to football’s collective stance in tackling anti-social and criminal behaviour at matches and is required to work with the authorities to identify any individuals who take part in unacceptable behaviour.

If you witness any form of unsavoury or anti-social behaviour, harassment or discrimination at a match, please report it.

This can be done by speaking to a Club steward or a police officer or using Everton’s dedicated confidential reporting lines. Supporters can report any incidents to the Stadium Safety Team immediately by texting HELP and details of what has been witnessed and where to 84300, or by emailing [email protected].

Please note that the Club has increased the age of minors needing adult supervision to 14. ALL fans under 14 should, therefore, be accompanied by an adult.


The Fan Zone will be open at the Park End of Goodison Park from 5pm.

There will be a performance on stage from Mason Owens, while the show, commencing at 6.10pm, will be hosted by Giulia Bould and welcome a range of special guests.

Catering units will be on-site with hot and cold refreshments, while the Fan Zone also boasts a large, covered seating area, where supporters can seek refuge should any inclement weather set in!

Please note: No pyrotechnics (smoke cannisters or flares) will be allowed in the Fan Zone.


Whether you’re visiting Goodison for the first time or are a regular attendee, you could make your evening that extra bit special by using #EFCMatchday.

Simply post a message on social media using that hashtag and it could be shared on the screens inside the stadium and in the Fan Zone before kick-off, or at halftime.

For more information on how to get your message on screen, please click HERE.

*Please note – messages are moderated and not all messages posted using the hashtag can be shown.


The Club’s official matchday programme can be purchased from sellers located in and outside of Goodison Park and is priced at £4.

This edition features an exclusive interview with attacker Lewis Dobbin, who reflects on scoring his first Blues goal against Chelsea, life under Sean Dyche and plenty more.

Jordan Pickford looks back at some of his best moments for the Toffees, while Jack Harrison is quizzed in our latest Q+A.

Supporters can also hear from Under-21s manager Paul Tait in the build-up to the Young Toffees’ final game of 2023 against Feyenoord, and our ‘Giants’ feature profiles Peter Reid, whose glittering career saw him win four trophies with the Club between 1984 and 1987.


Please be advised to check all travel routes prior to travelling to the game due to any unforeseen travel circumstances.

For local traffic updates, visit or @merseytravel on social media platforms. 

Stagecoach’s dedicated matchday 919 and Soccerbus services will be in operation for the 2023/24 season.

The 919 service operates to and from Liverpool city centre direct to Goodison Park, while the Soccerbus, operating to and from Sandhills Train Station, will commence two hours before kick-off and resume 10 minutes after the final whistle from Walton Lane. Full details can be found HERE.  

The closest train station, operated by Merseyrail, is Kirkdale on the Northern Line, which is approximately one mile from Goodison Park.


Fans Supporting Foodbanks and their unmissable purple vehicle will be in the Fan Zone all season on matchdays. They will be accessible from Goodison Road.

Match attending Blues are encouraged to donate non-perishable goods and a variety of dry products, such as rice or pasta, tinned foods (including tomatoes and tuna) or non-perishable packets such as breakfast cereals, biscuits, long life milk, coffee, tea, fruit juice, sugar, and snack bars. Toiletries and children’s nappies are also gratefully received.

Click here to learn more about the work of Fans Supporting Foodbanks.


The Heritage Society will be open upstairs at St Luke’s Church from 5pm.

The venue will host exhibitions featuring rare photographs and memorabilia and a sale of matchday programmes, while there will also be various stalls selling t-shirts, prints, books and crafts.

Joining them in St Luke’s will be the Homebaked Bakery, so don’t forget to check out the treats they have on offer!


Our official catering partner, Sodexo, have the below ‘early bird’ offers, available from gates opening:

  • Buy one pint/bottle of Carling lager and receive your second half price
  • Buy a standard pie and receive a free hot drink
  • Family Enclosure only: Buy a sausage roll and receive a free hot drink or bottle of water

Note: This offer is available up until 30 minutes after the gates open.


Please be advised that Goodison Park is a cashless stadium – contactless and/or chip and pin payments are required in all areas.


The Blue Base will be open for pre- and post-match food and drink.

The hub, on nearby Salop Street, features a fully licensed bar offering competitive prices, alongside a high quality matchday food menu that includes vegetarian alternatives.

With four giant TV screens and a projector, and children welcome, the Blue Base is the perfect place to enjoy a relaxed matchday atmosphere.

What’s more, all proceeds go directly to helping the Club’s official charity, Everton in the Community!


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