Luzhniki2008 visited Goodison Park on 19/09/1987
Game watched: Everton 2-1 Manchester United
Goodison Park is very much an old style stadium and with the exception of the Park End being rebuilt in 1994 and seats being put in the lower seactions of the Bullens Road and Gwladys Street Stands, very little has changed there for decades. As a result opinions on this stadium vary quite a lot. For stadium traditionalists it is a popular stadium to visit for the retro feel to it. For others it is not so popular due to the ageing facilities, wooden stands, cramped concourses and posts in the stands that obstruct views. Everton have looked at moving away from here due to lack of expansion options due to surrounding homes. Potential moves to Kings Dock in the City Centre and to Kirby on the outskirts of Liverpool have all come to nothing. A potential groundshare with Liverpool is also unlikely to ever happen.
The stadium is easy to reach by car as it is right on the A580 East Lancs Road. Residents only parking is in force around the ground, but if you are prepared to walk 10-15 minutes street parking is available or pay to park at somewhere like Walton Sports Centre on the East Lancs Road, 15 minutes walk from the ground. Liverpool City Centre is a long walk away, so taxis or buses are better options if you can get them, for Liverpool's Lime Street Station.
Away fans are housed in 3 sections of one corner of the Bullens Road Stand, along the side of the pitch - The Paddock, the Lower Bullens and the Upper Bullens.