Fourth and final phase of Everton FC membership packages launched

CGI of Trinity Place Bar

Everton FC has released the fourth and final phase of its ‘ALL’ seasonal memberships at the club’s new waterfront stadium.

The £760m, 52,888-seat ground is due to complete in December this year, and the club will move from its current Goodison Park stadium for the 2025-26 season.

All four membership packages take up around 5,000 seats.

Everton’s latest membership package includes Village Street and Trinity Place Bar, located in the West and East Stands respectively, which will offer supporters the chance to experience a range of vibrant bars and traditional style pubs that will entertain Evertonians on matchdays within the stadium footprint.

‘ALL’ has been created to deliver a revolutionary re-set of traditional football hospitality by allowing supporters to choose from a variety of bars, restaurants and experiences at Everton Stadium, designed to reflect the matchday rituals of fans.

Ranging from fine dining and international cuisine restaurants to sports bars, traditional pubs and tapas-style venues, the choice of ‘ALL’ experiences on offer at Everton Stadium are unprecedented, the club says. They are also proving hugely popular, with the three earlier phases selling out ahead of schedule, which Everton says demonstrates the demand for this new approach to premium experiences.

This final phase incorporates names that are associated with the fabric of Everton’s history and which are aimed at becoming go-to destinations before and after home games.

Access to either Village Street or Trinity Place Bar is offered through a seasonal membership, which includes food and drink as well as some of the best seats in the stadium, spanning the half-way line.

CGI of Village Street Dixie’s Bar

Village Street takes its name from the road in the city where St Domingo’s FC became Everton Football Club in 1879, a year after its original formation. It will now become home to a new era of matchday memories.

Located in the heart of the west stand, this pre-match destination is home to four individual pub and bar spaces.

All offer different types of food and have been inspired by moments in the club’s history, as well as legendary players and managers.

One of two traditional pubs, The Queens Head, is named after the historic Village Street hostelry where, in November 1879, local football team St Domingo’s FC was renamed Everton Football Club. The design of The Queen’s Head will provide a modern tribute to the aesthetics of the old pub, with a wooden bar and rich upholstery as well as a traditional beer menu.

A second authentic pub, inspired by the matchday spirit of Evertonians, will help to be shaped by supporters to replicate the sights and sounds of traditional fan-favourite public houses.

Also taking its place on Village Street is Kendall’s, a lively social bar named in honour of one of Everton’s finest players, and the club’s greatest ever manager, Howard Kendall. This contemporary social space will offer supporters a place to enjoy some authentic beers and enjoy pre-and post-match entertainment.

Dixie’s Sports Bar, named after the iconic centre forward Dixie Dean, completes the Village Street venues and features big screens and TVs to keep track of all the latest sporting action from around the world.

All seasonal memberships for Village Street are inclusive of food, wines, beers and soft drinks, for pre-match and half time. In addition to access to any of the four pubs and bars, members also benefit from premium padded seats spanning the half-way line in the upper tier of the West Stand.

The second membership on offer is Trinity Place Bar, located in the east stand, next to the Fan Plaza. The name is synonymous with Everton fans of all ages through its link to the club’s ‘Holy Trinity’ midfield of Howard Kendall, Colin Harvey and Alan Ball.

Trinity Place Bar celebrates the club’s history through immersive media and treasured memorabilia, which members can explore each matchday. Live entertainment adds to the pre-match atmosphere and fans can stay close to the pre-match build-up across the many big screens.

A key feature of Trinity Place will be the striking central island bar, making it an ideal space for Evertonians to socialise, eat and drink within a unique matchday environment.

As well as complementary drinks and a choice of freshly prepared street food dishes, Trinity Place Bar members also enjoy direct access to some of the best views the stadium has to offer on the half-way line, close to the pitch and with convenient access to the bar.

Village Street and Trinity Place Bar complete the club’s innovative portfolio of bars, restaurants and experiences available to all supporters at Everton Stadium, with demand for both these memberships unprecedented, the club said.

Village Street matchday tickets are priced from £103 per seat to £183, excluding VAT, depending on the location of the seat and the level of premium experience. There are 23 different price points in the Village Street package.

Season tickets are priced between £1,950-£3,490, excluding VAT, which also involves a three-year commitment to buy membership packages.