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Everton launch Village Street and Trinity Place Bar at New Stadium

At the club’s iconic new waterfront stadium, Everton has unveiled the fourth and final phase of ‘ALL’ seasonal memberships.

On matchdays, Evertonians can enjoy a variety of lively pubs and classic-style pubs within the stadium’s grounds at Village Street and Trinity Place Bar, which are situated in the West and East Stands, respectively.

Everton launch Village Street and Trinity Place Bar at New Stadium

By giving fans at Everton Stadium a selection of bars, restaurants, and experiences that are tailored to their matchday customs, “ALL” offers a revolutionary reimagining of traditional football hospitality.

The variety of “ALL” experiences available at Everton Stadium is unmatched, ranging from fine dining and international cuisine restaurants to sports bars, classic pubs, and tapas-style venues. They are also proving to be incredibly popular; the three previous phases sold out well in advance, indicating how much demand there is for this novel approach to high-end experiences.

There are some names in this final phase that are unmistakably part of Everton’s history and that are sure to become popular spots both before and after home games.

Memberships for either Village Street or Trinity Place Bar offer access to food and drink, as well as some of the best seats in the stadium, spanning the half-way line.

The street in the city where St. Domingo’s FC changed its name to Everton Football Club in 1879 is where Village Street gets its name. Now, a new era of matchday memories will call it home.

Situated in the centre of the West Stand, this lively pre-match hotspot features four distinct pub and bar areas, providing an unparalleled football experience.

Each restaurant offers a variety of cuisine and draws inspiration from both historical events and renowned players and managers of the club.

The Queens Head, one of the two traditional pubs, gets its name from the historic Village Street inn where the local football team, St. Domingo’s FC, changed their name to Everton Football Club in November 1879. With a wooden bar, plush upholstery and a classic beer menu, The Queen’s Head will pay contemporary homage to the aesthetics of the historic tavern.

Everton launch Village Street and Trinity Place Bar at New Stadium

The vibrant matchday atmosphere of Evertonians will serve as the inspiration for a second authentic pub that supporters will help shape to replicate the sights and sounds of classic fan-favorite public houses.

Kendall’s, a vibrant social bar named after Howard Kendall, the greatest manager the Club has ever had and one of Everton’s best players, is also located on Village Street. Supporters will have a lively place to enjoy some real beers and pre- and post-match entertainment in this modern social area.

Everton launch Village Street and Trinity Place Bar at New Stadium

The final building on Village Street is Dixie’s Sports Bar, which bears the famous Dixie Dean’s name. It has large TVs and screens so you can watch the newest international sports events.

Food, wines, beers, and soft drinks are included in all Village Street seasonal memberships for pre-match and halftime. Members enjoy half-way queue access to all four pubs and bars as well as first-class padded seats in the upper tier of the West Stand.

Trinity Place Bar, which is next to the Fan Plaza in the east stand, is the second membership that is being offered. The name’s immediate association with the “Holy Trinity” of the Club—Howard Kendall, Colin Harvey, and Alan Ball—makes it instantly recognisable to Everton supporters of all ages.

Every matchday, members can explore the bar’s treasured memorabilia and immersive media that honour the Club’s history. The pre-match atmosphere is enhanced by live entertainment, and spectators can follow the build-up on the numerous large screens.

Trinity Place’s eye-catching central island bar is one of its best features; it’s the ideal place for Evertonians to mingle, eat and drink in a distinctive matchday setting.

Members of Trinity Place Bar receive free drinks and a selection of freshly made street food dishes in addition to having direct access to some of the best views in the stadium, which are near the halfway line, the pitch and the bar.

The innovative portfolio of bars, restaurants and experiences offered by the Club to all Everton Stadium supporters is completed by Village Street and Trinity Place Bar. The demand for these memberships is unprecedented.

Fans can visit the Everton Stadium website here to request information about securing Seasonal ‘ALL’ Bar Memberships. The Everton Stadium Sales Team is currently handling consultations by private appointment.

Highlights of the ALL portfolio, including the already seasonally sold-out restaurants and experiences, can also be found on the website.

Keep up to date with the latest developments on the construction of Everton @evertonstadium on twitter / X. 

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