Everton FC fixtures
That’s right, the 2019/20 Premier League season has begun, meaning that 20 of England's finest teams will be competing for that all important Premier League trophy once more and with StubHub offering Everton tickets you can see the best English football matches live. After a big injection of cash from new owner Farhad Moshiri the Toffees are desperate to crack what is now the Premier League's big six (Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur). So, the big question this season is, can Everton break back into the top six this year? Find out for yourself live and buy your Everton tickets now!
Everton's aims for 2019-2020
Everton surprised everyone when they announced that all-time England national football team goalscorer Wayne Rooney would be leaving the side and joining MLS team D.C. United for the new season. Considering Everton's recent performances this year they'll certainly want to target qualification for the Europa League and be back playing against some of Europe's best clubs again. If you look at the gap between 6th and 7th place in the league, it looks like two separate leagues. Everton, more than any other EPL team, look like the club that can break open England's top six. The key, as always, will be spending money wisely. Some of the new Everton FC transfers look like good purchases, including the double signing of Barcelona FC duo Yerry Mina and Lucas Digne. Cheer on this new-look Toffees team and see if they can challenge for silverware. Buy Everton FC tickets today. You can see the best Premier League and FA Cup matches, and also, if you book in advance, get tickets for the epic Merseyside derby between Liverpool and Everton.
Fortress Goodison Park
Everton have turned Goodison Park into one of the grounds team least like to visit. As football expert and Sky Sports pundit, Phil Thompson says "They've made Goodison Park into a bit of a fortress again, which has pleased the locals". Built in 1892, the 40,000 seater stadium is known for its electric atmosphere and has hosted more top-flight games than any other stadium in England. Goodison Park also hosted several games in the 1966 Football World Cup as well as being the host venue for many FA Cup finals. So, why not got tickets to see Everton here at StubHub and see fortress Goodison Park for yourself, live.