Tickets for Everton’s homecoming against Manchester United at Walton Hall Park on Sunday are selling well with just standing tickets remaining.
The Blue Girls will finally return home to Liverpool this weekend, almost five months on from their original scheduled move to Walton Hall Park, home of Liverpool County Football Association.
Redevelopment work is still ongoing at Everton’s new home meaning that this weekend’s opener against Manchester United will see a restricted capacity of just 1,500 in operation. According to the latest availability on The Blue Girls’ ticketing website, all seated tickets have now been sold and fans wishing to attend the match should move quickly to ensure that they claim one of the remaining tickets from the standing allocation.
Everton have recorded some of the lowest attendances in the FA Women’s Super League this season at their former home of The Pure Stadium in Southport despite Willie Kirk’s side enjoying a fairytale campaign. The club’s return to L4 should provide a significant boost in attendances while The Blue Girls should also benefit from a much-improved playing surface.
Manchester United and Everton are separated by just a single point in the FA Women’s Super League and Sunday’s fixture promises to be a mouth-watering occasion for both sets of fans. Everton boss Willie Kirk spent time as an assistant manager at Manchester United last season adding some spice to the fixture.
Supporters planning on attending the match can purchase their tickets by clicking here.