Wolves are heading back on the road this weekend as they play their second away fixture of the 2019/20 Premier League season at Everton on Sunday afternoon.
A sold-out allocation of almost 3,000 supporters will travel to Goodison Park on Sunday 1st September for the chance to watch Nuno Espirito Santo’s side back in top-flight action following Thursday’s Europa League clash with Torino at Molineux.
Visiting Wolves supporters will be based in away supporter section at Goodison, which is located on the Bullen’s Road Stand and can be accessed through turnstiles 53 to 60.
Liverpool Lime Street Railway Station is two miles from Goodison Park, with taxi fares from the station usually costing between £7 and £9. On matchdays, the Merseyrail Northern Line serves Kirkdale Station, which is approximately one mile from Goodison Park. Trains to Kirkdale depart from Liverpool Central Station, which is a short walk from Liverpool Lime Street Station should your original train arrive there.
Supporters driving to Goodison Park should be aware that the ground is in a heavily residential area, road closures will be in place before and after kick-off which may affect drop-offs and pick-ups. The road closures will begin again shortly before the final whistle and remain in place for 15 to 20 minutes dependent on crowd density.
The club’s postcode is L4 4EL, but this postcode will not lead you to available parking which is available at Stanley Park car park, approximately half a mile from Goodison Park at the junction of Priory Road and Utting Avenue. Car parking prices are displayed upon entry.
The designated away pub is The Thomas Frost on Country Road, which is a five-minute walk from the stadium.
Everton host a Fan Zone which opens two hours before kick-off, offering various activities to enhance the matchday experience. Supporters can purchase food and refreshments (alcoholic and non-alcoholic) within the Fan Zone as from a host of catering vans on site. There will be music, giveaways, special guests and live performances, within the build-up to kick-off.
An announcement will be made during the game as to whether the Fan Zone – which is located at the Sir Philip Carter Park Stand car park entrance close to the Dixie Dean statue – will be re-opened after the full-time whistle.
Turnstiles will open 90 minutes before kick-off, but supporters are advised to arrive as early as possible to avoid delays as trained stewards will undertake searches at all turnstiles. Also, there will be a presence of sniffer dogs at turnstiles to detect any possible drugs or pyrotechnics entering the stadium.
Due to a number of instances with items being thrown between home and away supporters, Everton has introduced a netting system to act as a prevention, with the purpose of maintaining the safety for both sets of fans.
Detailed away supporter information for the visit to Everton, including details regarding travelling to and from Goodison Park, can be found here.