Everton midfielder Mo Besic was on hand at Everton’s People’s Hub earlier this week to help ‘box-up’ over 400 shirts being donated to charity by the Club’s retail partner, Fanatics.
Over 5,500 Evertonians came along to Goodison Park on Monday night to roar on David Unsworth’s high-flying Under-23s to a 2-0 emphatic victory over Southampton in a match that saw the young Blues extend their lead at the top of the Premier League 2 table.
Everton Football Club has teamed up with The Open ahead of the 146th staging of the Championship at Royal Birkdale this July.
Everton’s high-flying Under-23s take on Southampton under the floodlights at Goodison Park on Monday 20 February with the Club offering a live stream option for Evertonians who aren’t able to attend the game
Evertonians can watch David Unsworth’s high-flying Under-23s take on Southampton at Goodison Park on Monday 20 February for free – and support the young Blues’ inspiring ‘Home is Where the Heart is’ campaign in the process.
In late 2016 Everton Supporters Trust took the decision to survey their members and the wider Evertonian fan-base on the subject of Safe Standing. Safe Standing is an incredibly divisive and contentious issue in modern football especially on Merseyside, however 2016 has seen some major shifts in opinion with the successful introduction of a Safe Standing section north of the border at Celtic Park and a number of Premier League Clubs discussing the possibility of introducing sections to their own stadiums. Over 1400 Evertonians took the…
Everton’s ongoing commitment to affordable football will see ALL Season Ticket prices reduced or frozen for the 2017/18 season and a new 12-month payment option introduced. And, the Club’s determination to deliver cost-effective options for Season Ticket purchasers doesn’t stop there, with a number of further initiatives introduced for the 2017/18 season, including:
An exclusive set of t-shirts designed by a trio of Everton stars are now on sale to raise vital funds for the Blues’ official charity. Blues’ stars Leighton Baines, Muhamed Besic and Gerard Deulofeu have each put their design skills to the test and created their very own t-shirt, inspired by their relationship with Evertonians.