Surge in demand for Everton hospitality memberships

Everton FC is reporting strong demand for matchday hospitality memberships at its new £750m stadium with 80% of memberships now sold. Tony McDonough reports

Image of one of the bars at the new Everton stadium in Bromley-Moore Dock


Everton FC says 80% of all its seasonal hospitality matchday memberships at its new stadium are now sold out with a year still to go until kick-off.

Work remains on track for Everton to kick off the 2025/26 football season at the 52,888-capacity arena  in Bramley-Moore Dock in Liverpool Waters. The Blues will play their final game at Goodison Park at the end of next season.

Its Village Street and Trinity Place Bar, located in the west and east stands respectively, offer supporters the chance to experience a range of restaurants, bars and traditional style pubs that will be open on matchdays.

On Thursday the club said that following three previous sell-out phases for restaurants, a further 2,000 fans have now secured seasonal memberships. Everton is declining to say for the moment how many have been sold in total.

It told LBN that an unconfirmed number of the overall offerings are being held back for match-by-match sales.

Village St and Trinity Place Bar represent new destinations for members to enjoy on matchdays, including food and drink, as well as some of the best seats in the house across the half-way line.

Taking its name from the road in L4 that housed The Queen’s Head where, in 1879, St Domingo’s became Everton Football Club, Village Street has been designed to replicate a busy high street in the heart of the West Stand.

Everton said: “The street is home to four individual pub and bar spaces, offering a unique experience that has never been seen before in football, ranging from traditional pubs to a lively social bar and a sports bar, featuring all the latest action from around the world.


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View from the South Stand of the new Everton FC stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock. Picture by Everton FC
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Image of how the Everton Way will look at Everton’s new stadium


“Members can sample all four of the pubs and bars, where food, wines, beers and soft drinks are inclusive for pre-match and half time, and also benefit from premium padded seats spanning the half-way line in the upper tier of the West Stand.”

Trinity Place, located in the East Stand, celebrates the club’s history through immersive media and memorabilia, which members can explore each matchday. Live entertainment adds to the pre-match atmosphere.

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“A feature of Trinity Place is the striking central island bar, making it the perfect space for Evertonians to socialise, eat and drink within in a unique matchday environment,” the club added.

As well as inclusive drinks and a choice of freshly prepared street food dishes, Trinity Place members also enjoy direct access to some of the best views the stadium has to offer on the halfway line, close to the pitch and with convenient access to the bar.

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