APPLY NOW PLEASE firstname.lastname@example.org – We will have a limited number of match tickets available from our usual sources, all members may apply of course but inevitably there will not be enough tickets to go around and as usual priority will be given to those hardy regulars who have followed Everton all over the country (and other countries) this season.
1.EFC vs. Manchester U, Monday, 1 January 2018, k o 5.30 pm.
2. EFC vs. West Bromwich A, Saturday, 20 January 2018, k o 3.00 pm.
Provisional rail trip – there is a trip but booking is now closed.
Euston dep. 10.07 / Liverpool Lime Street arr.12.19
Liverpool L S dep. 17.47 / Euston arr. 19.59.
Fare y £40.00 return.
NB match tickets were on sale from 18 December. You will need to be an EFC member.
All his friends in ESCLA will be saddened to hear that Eric died last week. Our condolences and thoughts go out to Josh and Eric’s family.
Eric was ESCLA chairman from 1991 to 2014 and he served our club in that the role with as much dedication as he gave offices of much greater importance that he held both nationally and internationally, he was an ESCLA member to the end. Britain has lost a Statesman, Everton have lost a fervent supporter, ESCLA has lost a friend.
Unofficial ESCLA HQ is the place to watch the match in the company of other Blues – no Red Noses admitted it will be Blues only.
The Horseshoe Pub – 24 Clerkenwell Close, London EC1R 0AG – it would be helpful if you intend watching there to e-mail Rob and let him know – email@example.com
In future when I post an announcement here on the website – match ticket application, travel and news of events – I will alert members on Twitter. To receive Twitter alerts just go to the Tweets section below.
You can keep up to date with ESCLA on Twitter @ESCLAnews (for official ESCLA stuff) and @ESCLA1976 and on Facebook ESCLA LONDON ( supporters of ESCLA but are independent).
99% of match ticket applications now come in by e-mail – firstname.lastname@example.org – which actually makes applications easier to keep track of and is my preferred method.
Therefore the ESCLA phone line is almost redundant – so I am no longer restricting phone calls – members wishing to phone may do so at ANY time ( the first comedian who tries me at 3 in the morning will be liquidated). HOWEVER – most times you will find the messaging service in use, I will no longer man the phone at set hours, I will answer it if I am close by, otherwise leave me a message and I’ll get back to you – eventually.
For your consideration – we are not pushing EFC membership schemes !
Basically every Premier League game at Goodison this season will be sold out. Season Ticket sales already account for a situation in which there are very limited tickets available. Everton’s membership scheme, rebranded this season as “Get More Everton” – offers first refusal on match tickets – and it is extremely unlikely match tickets will make it to general sale to non-members of the scheme. EFC v Stoke sold out within hours of being put on sale to members.
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