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Everton announce season ticket price freeze for fifth consecutive year

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Everton have announced that season ticket prices have been frozen for a fifth consecutive year.

"We are incredibly grateful to all of our Season Ticket Members for their ongoing commitment and we hope that our pricing decisions clearly demonstrate that we never take our fans’ tremendous support for granted.” Existing Season Ticket Members will be contacted in due course with renewal details and options for the 2020/21 season.



Supporters aged 18-21 or 65 and over will pay £299 for their season tickets, those 22-24 will pay £380 and season tickets for all other adults will cost from £420.



Young fans in particular will benefit from another price freeze with seasons tickets priced at just £95 for all under-11s and £149 for all fans aged 11-18.

Already more than one in six of Everton's season ticket holders are under the age of 18, in comparison to the league's average of one in eight.

Everton CEO, Professor Denise Barrett-Baxendale, said: “We are always keen to ensure that we make watching football at Goodison as affordable as possible, particularly for our younger supporters.

"We hope our decision to freeze prices again will continue to encourage young fans into our stadium, as it has over recent years when we have seen significant growth and retention of supporters in all youth categories.
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