English Premier League club Everton has revealed its new season ticket prices, with the lowest adult membership costing an extra £2.40 per game compared to current fees.
The club announced in October last year that it would be necessary to raise the prices of season tickets, to pay for its new stadium in Bramley-Moore Dock.
At the time, Everton chief executive Professor Denise Barrett-Baxendale, said: “The stark financial pressures created by the COVID pandemic, balanced alongside the significant costs of a stadium build and our own footballing ambitions, now means our approach to match day, season ticket and lounge membership pricing for our remaining years at the Grand Old Lady has to reflect the reality we are faced with.”
According to Everton, this will be the first time the club has increased the prices since the 2014/15 season.
The lowest adult season ticket will start from £465, an increase just shy of £2.40 a game, with the next levels coming in at £535, £580, £605 and £625.
Concessions for young adults between the ages of 18-21 and seniors over the age of 65 are available for just £330, a rise of £1.63 per game compared to the 2021/22 season. Young people aged 22-24 can renew their regular perch for £410 and loyal supporters over the age of 90 will be offered a complimentary season ticket for the club’s remaining time at Goodison Park.
A season ticket for a child aged 10 and under is priced at £125 and for juniors between the ages of 11 and 17, a season ticket is £180.
Season ticket renewals for the 2022/23 season will begin February 22.