Everton has unveiled plans for a major new feature at the site of its new stadium, giving fans the chance to cement their place at Everton Stadium for posterity.
‘Everton Way’ is a unique walkway on the site of the Club’s new 52,888 capacity stadium that will be paved with engraved stones celebrating Everton’s identity, history and the greatest players to have represented the Club.
And Evertonians anywhere in the world have the chance to join those Club legends to be part of ‘Everton Way’.
From today, fans will be able to purchase personalised individual stones that will be laid on the walkway that runs the length of Everton Stadium’s South Stand; the spectacular single-tier home end that will house 13,000 passionate Blues.
The stones can be personalised to celebrate births, marriages, anniversaries and loved ones – allowing fans to forever be part of the Club’s iconic new home.
The unique design of ‘Everton Way’ will also include stones dedicated to the Club’s greatest players, the Everton Giants, and a celebration of the Club’s key milestones and achievements.
The personalised stones come in a range of sizes, designs and locations, including the opportunity to have your stone located next to an Everton Giant.
With prices starting from just £65, stones can be purchased by individuals, or bought as gifts for a partner, friend, family member, business or supporters’ club.
In addition to having a stone at Everton Stadium – and ahead of installation – supporters will also have the chance to purchase a replica stone.
Presented in an Everton-branded display box, these replica stones offer an additional memento, along with the option of a personalised A4 presentation certificate of authentication.
A priority window for Season Ticket Members, ALL seasonal Members, Goodison Park Hospitality Members and Shareholders to purchase stones on Everton Way is now open, until general sale commences at 1pm on Tuesday, 28 March (UK Time).
Please visit www.Evertonstadium.com/evertonway for details and to cement your place in Everton history.