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Written on: 31/03/2010 by PrepaidCardreview (5 reviews written)
Main reason people go to football grounds is for the character and atmosphere; Goodison Park this in spade fulls - if you looking for a polished stadium with a-la-carte eating experience then Goodison isn't for you. However if you looking for a experience parked with history and stories to tell then this is it… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/03/2010
stadium is out dated now (not including the park end), refreshments are poor and way over priced. Team and league first class. Everton and Liverpool now need to look at sharing if they want to keep up with Manchester and London. Both teams keep getting hopes of new stadiums but it never happens, which will only benfit the big teams outside of merseyside… Read Full Review
Written on: 26/04/2009
Good old fashioned ground, Goodison Park is hemmed in by streets of terraced housing but overall, facilities are very poor with wooden seats and lots of pillars and restricted views. The Everton home supporters are a friendly bunch usually but generally very quiet, despite what an earlier reviewer says. A loud away support will always outsing them.
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Written on: 20/04/2009 by wikidzmon (34 reviews written)
Goodison Park has great atmosphere, decent prices, friendly. As a Premiership club, Everton are one of the oldest and most established in the league. The same goes for Goodison Park and despite severely showing signs of age, it is still a fantastic place to go. Yes, there are a lot of seats that have restricted view and these can be a right pain, but once you get used to them you learn to live with it and there are big screens so you can see the action you miss on there. Having restricted view… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/03/2008 by barker193 (1 review written)
A great place to go, the only true football ground left.
There are old grounds that are small, there are new grounds that are huge, there is only one huge old ground.
Goodison Park forever… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/11/2006 by amo (6 reviews written)
I can only give a review from the viewpoint of an away fan, as I only visited the ground as an away fan...but, the view is awful. They have these poles which are part of the stand at Goodison Park football stadium, and unfortunately they block part of your view. The seats in the lower tier, in the back rows are the old wooden seats, not like today's other grounds which have the modern plastic seats. The away end definitely needs to be improved and modernised to today's premiership standard… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/08/2006 by hayleeeeeeeeeeeeee (19 reviews written)
Amazing atmosphere! Us Evertonians are renowned for our passion towards our club and you only realise the true extent of this when you visit the ground. Everton has some of the biggest gates out of all the premiership clubs. Excellent value for money, tickets are cheap compared to a lot of grounds Reasonably priced refreshments, excellent megastore selling Everton merchandise. Stadium design is the only bad point, we need a new one really. Old seats can be uncomfortable… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/05/2006 by The Farmer (46 reviews written)
As I said before mate had a bad tme with his car. If you're thinking of going to Goodison Parkthen I would say go and then you will know what I mean. Over priced for what you get… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/01/2006 by aylo (1 review written)
If you want to be reminded of footballs roots then visit Goodison Park. aA ground tightly hemmed in by terraced streets still oozes character compared to the featureless stadia of many clubs… Read Full Review