EVERTON TICKETS

Team manager:  Roberto Martinez
Team stadium: Goodison Park
Team captain: Phil Jagielka
Number of championships: First Division – 9 times; Second Division – 1 time; FA Charity Shield– 9 times; Central League – 4 times; Southern Football League Division Two – 1 time.
Number of Cup wins: FA Cup - 5 times; FA Youth Cup – 3 times; Lancashire Senior Cup – 6 times; Liverpool Senior Cup – 45 times; European Cup Winners' Cup – 1 time.
Formed in: 1878
Nickname:  The Toffees, The Blues, The School of Science, The People's Club
 
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Dec
2017
13
19:45
Dec
2017
16
15:00
Dec
2017
23
15:00
Dec
2017
30
15:00
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2018
01
15:00
Jan
2018
05
19:55
Jan
2018
13
17:30
Jan
2018
20
15:00
Jan
2018
31
19:45
Feb
2018
03
15:00
Feb
2018
10
15:00
Feb
2018
24
15:00
Mar
2018
03
15:00
Mar
2018
10
15:00
Mar
2018
17
17:00
Mar
2018
31
15:00
Apr
2018
07
15:00
Apr
2018
14
15:00
Apr
2018
21
15:00
Apr
2018
28
15:00

Everton History

Everton – Background

Everton is an English professional football club, currently playing in the English Premier League. The club is based in Liverpool, which makes it a bitter rival of another Premier league club based in the same city - Liverpool F.C.
 The Club was formed in 1878 and was one of the clubs who founded the Football League in 1888. Everton has been a member of the English top division for a record 112 seasons, playing the second tire for only four seasons. Everton was originally formed as St. Domingo's, as a football club for the people in the parish of St. Domingo's Methodist Church. However, as people outside the parish also wished to participate, the club changed its name to Everton after a year. Everton was the first club to win the newly formed Football League in 1890-1891. The club won its first FA Cup in 1906 and another League title in 1913-14. Throughout the late 1920s and the 1930s Everton experienced a string of victories, which included three more League titles and their second FA Cup. During World War II the League was suspended; when it returned, Everton had weakened and showed poor performance. However, in 1953-54 it rose yet again and since then has been a constant top-flight team. The 1960s were a highly successful time for the club, as they won the one more League title, one more FA Cup, and reached European competitions five years in a row. After a slow and uneventful period during the 1970s, the club had its most successful era yet, in the 1980s: Winning an FA Cup in 1984, two League titles in 1984-85 and 1986-87 and their first and so far, only, European Cup Winners' Cup in 1985. In 1992 Everton were among the founders of the Premier League, but afterwards experienced many ups and downs as well as frequent changes in captains and managers. In 2007-08 and 2008-09 Everton qualified for the UEFA Cup and they were runners-up in the 2009 Final of the FA Cup. Today the club is placed 11th in the Premier League.

Titles won in Britain

Everton has won the First Division 9 times (most recently in 1986-87); the Second Division once, in 1930-31; the FA Cup 5 times (most recently in 2009); the FA Charity Shield 9 times (most recently in 1995); the FA Youth Cup 3 times (most recently in 1998); the Central League 4 times (most recently in 1967-68); the Lancashire Senior Cup 6 times (most recently in 1964); and the Liverpool Senior Cup 45 times (most recently in 2007).

Titles Won in Europe

Everton won the European Cup Winners' Cup in 1985.

Everton's Most Successful Period

To date, Everton's most successful period has been the 1980s, when the club succeeded in winning numerous titles: the League championship in 1984-85 and 1986-87; the FA Cup in 1985; and the European Cup Winners' Cup in 1985.

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