Big appetite for hospitality packages at new Everton stadium

CGI of Domingos lounge in new stadium

Beleaguered Everton FC is set to launch the latest hospitality packages at its new Bramley-Moore Dock stadium currently under construction.

The Premier League side sits in the relegation berths of the division and is the centre of a controversial proposed takeover by US investment firm 777 Partners.

But the club said its Everton Stadium hospitality packages are proving incredibly popular with the fanbase.

ALL, which delivers the club’s re-set of traditional football hospitality, said it has seen overwhelming demand from Evertonians and the business community.

The 52,888-seat stadium, which is due for completion in December 2024, will be home to an array of bars, restaurants and matchday experiences.

CGI of Kendall’s bar at new stadium

Its most recent offering, Dock on 1 – which provides fans with flexibility and a choice of restaurants, including tapas style and pan-Asian cuisines – sold out of seasonal restaurant memberships within three months of launch.

Seasonal sales of other ALL spaces – inspired by the vibrant dining scene across the North West – have also sold out.

Everton is now preparing to launch its largest and most innovative ALL membership so far, giving fans seasonal membership to vibrant bars and traditional-style pubs within the stadium footprint.

The new stadium sales team is currently working through a preview phase, with existing Goodison Park members and those who have previously registered their interest being contacted to secure seasonal bar options, ahead of an official launch in late October.

ALL encompasses all the bars, restaurants and experiences that will be available at the new stadium, which the club says presents a revolutionary re-set of traditional football hospitality.

It offers a wide choice of social spaces – from a variety of bars and restaurants, through to more personal, fine dining experiences – providing the opportunity to tailor a personalised matchday at the new ground.