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Arriving at Goodison Park from City Centre

Taking a bus or taxi is recommended for getting to the ground. Buses go from Liverpool City Centre, at Queen Square Bus Station, facing Liverpool Lime Street, next to the Marriott Hotel.  See the public transport section for more information. 

Arriving at Goodison Park by Public Transport

National Rail

Kirkdale Station [KKD]

The station is located at 1 Marsh Street, Liverpool L20 2BN; 15 mins’ walk from the ground.

It offers the following services: 

  • Merseyrail services to Kirby, Ormskirk and Liverpool Central

Directions to ground: Head west turning onto Marsh Street; turn right onto Westminster Road; left onto Goodall Street, passing through Harlech Street and Andrew Street, then turn right onto Goodison Road.

Liverpool Central Station [LVC]

The station is located at Ranelagh Street, Liverpool L1 1JT; 2.6 miles away.

It offers the following services:

  • Merseyrail services to New Brighton, West Kirby, Hooton, Chester, Ellesmere Port, Southport, Ormskirk, Kirkby, and Hunts Cross via Liverpool South Parkway

Directions to ground: take a Merseyrail train from Liverpool Central two stops to Kirkdale, and follow the instructions above. Alternatively take a bus using the details below.

Liverpool Lime Street [LIV]

The station is located at Lime Street, Liverpool L1 1JD; 2.5 miles away.

It offers the following services:

  • Virgin Trains services to London, Milton Keynes and Stafford
  • Northern Rail services to Manchester, Blackpool, Wigan and Warrington
  • London Midland services to Birmingham, Wolverhampton and Crewe
  • First TransPennine Express services to Newcastle, Leeds, York and Manchester
  • East Midlands Trains services to Norwich, Manchester, Sheffield and Nottingham

Directions to ground: walk two minutes along Berry Street, take a Merseyrail train from Liverpool Central two stops to Kirkdale, and follow the instructions above. Alternatively take a bus using the details below.

Bus

Routes from Queen Square Bus Station just opposite Lime Street Station in Liverpool City Centre include: 19/19A, 20, 21, 130*, 210*, 250*. 

Taxi 

Delta taxi - 0151 924 7373

Arriving at Goodison Park by Car

Goodison Park on Google Maps: https://goo.gl/maps/bPQW6

The stadium is served by the following main roads:

  • From North: A59, M58; passing Aintree
  • From South: M6, M62, passing Knutsford and Warrington
  • From East: A580, M62; passing St Helens and Huyton
  • From West: M53, A49; crossing the River Mersey and through Liverpool City Centre

From City Centre

Goodison Park is located 2.5 miles northeast of Liverpool City Centre, accessible using Great Homer Street and the A580. The A580 runs past the stadium and out towards the east of the city.

Stadium Area

The stadium sits alongside the A580, just northwest of Anfield Cemetery and Stanley Park. A busy residential area, so driving to Goodison Park is only recommended if you are arriving early, as the surrounding streets have parking restrictions on matchdays.

Parking

A strict residents' parking scheme is in place on the streets surrounding Goodison Park, and surrounding roads are closed 2 hours before kick-off. A full road closure will be in place 45 minutes before kick-off, and remains in place for 15-30 minutes after the final whistle. 

Car-parking facilities can be found approximately half a mile away from Goodison Park at the junction of Priory Road and Utting Avenue. Prices for parking are displayed on entry. There are several other parking facilities that you can pay for and use on matchdays.

Goodison Park capacity at start of the Season: 39,571

Built: 1892

Pitch size: 100.48m x 68m

Stadium address: Goodison Park, Goodison Road, Liverpool, L4 4EL

Phone :+44 (0) 151 556 1878

Goodison Park was the country’s first purpose-built football stadium and has remained the home of the Toffees for the last 117 years.

It is one of the oldest and most recognisable grounds in England.

Outside the Park Stand is a tribute to the legend Dixie Dean, who scored a record 60 goals in the 1927/28 season.

Goodison Park Stadium Map

Goodison Park Stadium map