Everton fans are absolutely in love with this Goodison Park print

Everton’s stadium is one of the most iconic in English football history.

It has been home to the Merseyside club since 1892, and is up there with the most famous stadiums in European football.

It even appeared in Hollywood blockbuster Creed recently, with boxer and lifelong Toffee Tony Bellew playing the film’s villain.

Scroll down to see our banging print…


The glorious venue has hosted thousands of Everton games, an FA Cup final and a number of international fixtures. It has hosted the maximum number of Premier League games since the competition began in 1992.

And friends of the Football Shirt Collective, Turf Football, have created this sensational print to commemorate the historic ground.

Here’s what this beauty’s designers had to say about it:

The illustration captures a view of the open corner between the Goodison Road Stand End and the Gwladys Street End, through to which the Church of St. Luke can be seen enclosed by the stadium from two sides.



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