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Everton fans attending Wednesday’s Premier League fixture against Wolverhampton Wanderers at Goodison Park (6pm BST) are being reminded of the available options for them to get a lateral flow test prior to the game – with access to testing across the city being expanded to make it easier for supporters.
The game against Wolves will see fans in attendance at Goodison for the first time since December – and for only the third match this season – with 6,500 supporters set to watch the Club’s final home outing of the 2020/21 campaign.
Liverpool City Council’s Ground Safety Advisory Group (GSAG) and Public Health department is strongly recommending supporters with tickets for the match get a test 24-36 hours prior to kick-off in order to keep fans and the community safe.
The Council is extending or altering the opening hours of community testing sites from Tuesday 18 May to increase the options for supporters to access a test, while mobile testing units will also be deployed close to Goodison Park on Tuesday and Wednesday.
A testing vehicle will be located at The Blue Base, on Salop Street, on Tuesday 18 May from 9am-5pm. Two vehicles will then operate from Goodison Road, close to St Luke’s Church, and Bullens Road from 9am-6pm on the day of the game (Wednesday 19 May).
See more information on local testing centres below or find your nearest one by clicking here.
Home testing kits can be collected from any community testing site through until matchday for fans who want to test at home or, alternatively, can be collected from pharmacies or ordered and delivered to your home address by clicking here.
Liverpool Tennis Centre, Wellington Road, L15 4LE
Tuesday 18 May 7am-10pm
Wednesday 19 May 7am-1pm
Liverpool Football Club, Anfield, L4 0TH
Tuesday 18 May 7am-10pm
Wednesday 19 May 7am-5pm
ACC Liverpool, Kings Dock, L3 4FP
Tuesday 18 May – 7am-10pm
Wednesday 19 May – 7am-7pm
Liverpool One, Unit 73, 21 South John Street, L1 8BU
Tuesday 18 May – 9am-8pm
Wednesday 19 May – 9am-5pm
Mobile Testing Vehicle, The Blue Base, Salop Street, L4 4BZ
Tuesday 18 May – 9am-5pm
Mobile Testing Vehicles, Goodison Road (L4 4EL) AND Bullens Road (L4 5SA)
Wednesday 19 May – 9am-6pm
As part of ‘The Game Plan’ for Wednesday’s match, supporters successful in the ballot will be required to accept the Supporter Code of Conduct and also complete a health questionnaire before attending the fixture at Goodison Park – both have been emailed directly to supporters.
Arrival at the stadium will be staggered with fans allocated arrival times to allow for the relevant checks to take place. Supporters are reminded to ensure they bring with them a valid match ticket, photo ID (required for identification purposes during the admission process) and a facemask, which must be worn at all times.
With roadworks taking place in Liverpool City Centre and the match kicking-off at 6pm, Evertonians passing through central Liverpool are also reminded to ensure they leave plenty of time for their journey to Goodison Park. Tickets cannot be transferred to other Season Ticket Members.
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