Everton have confirmed that less than 200 tickets remain for the opening match at their new Walton Hall Park home against Manchester United on Sunday.
FA Women’s Super League Full-Time reported yesterday that all seating tickets had been sold ahead of the match and it is now understood that under 200 standing tickets remain with the fixture expected to sell out before the weekend.
The match is officially all-ticket with ongoing redevelopment work restricting the capacity to just 1,500. No tickets will be available on the day, even if the remaining tickets are not all sold. Fans who have not yet purchased tickets are urged to urgently do so to avoid disappointment.
🎫 | Less than 200 tickets left for Sunday's game at Walton Hall Park. Get 'em, quick! #COYB
— Everton Women (@EvertonWomen) February 20, 2020
Everton have been the surprise package in the FA Women’s Super League so far this season with six wins from their 13 matches, a contrast to their struggles last season which saw them finish second-bottom of the table and beaten twice by relegated side Yeovil Town. Sunday’s opponents Manchester United have been equally as impressive and find themselves occupying fifth position in the table in what is their first campaign in the top flight.
Sunday’s fixture is scheduled to kick-off at 12.30pm with fans encouraged to arrive early to avoid congestion when entering the ground.