Goodison Park is the home of Everton Football Club.
Situated in the Walton area of Liverpool, Goodison has been home to The Blues since 1892.
It was one of the world's first purpose-built football grounds and played host to several fixtures in the 1966 World Cup.
The ground has four sides: Main Stand, Bullens Road, Park Stand and Gwladys Street and has a capacity of over 40,000.
The record attendance at Goodison Park was 78,299, for a 1948 fixture against Liverpool.
The stadium is built in a residential area served by regular rail and bus services two miles from Liverpool city centre.
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THEY might not admit it, but Everton are bound to feel jealous of Liverpool’s stadium announcement.Read
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EVERTON have responded to some of their fans criticising the sale of tickets for the FA Cup semi-final.Read
EVERTON FC assistant manager Steve Round expects Mikel Arteta to be given a warm welcome when he makes his first return to Goodison Park.Read
EVERTON have slashed season ticket prices for children to £95 for the next campaign as they bid to encourage a new generation of supporters to Goodison.Read
THE ghosts of Christmas past continue to linger around Goodison Park – but like in Charles Dickens’s famous seasonal tale it’s the ghosts of Christmas future that threaten to be by far the scariest of all.Read
WIGAN ATHLETIC manager Roberto Martinez insists his fringe players have given him plenty to think about ahead of Saturday’s clash against Everton.Read
GOODISON PARK witnessed a spectacular display of theatre on Saturday – but it failed to raise a smile from Everton’s impresario chairman Bill Kenwright.Read
HARD UP off the pitch, Everton were a soft touch on it.Read
MORE than 100,000 football fans travelled to Merseyside to watch Liverpool FC and Everton FC matches last season, according to new data.Read