deCoubertin Books, in partnership with Everton FC, are delighted to announce publication of the second edition of the acclaimed Everton: The Official Complete Record in October.

For Blues who pre-order the book via deCoubertin.co.uk or Evertonfc.com before Sunday 4 September, we are offering them the chance to add their name to the Roll of Honour in the book’s appendix. This is a chance for readers to have their name recorded for posterity alongside Everton legends and our way of saying thank you for ordering before publication date.

A special clothbound limited edition of 250 of the book has also gone on pre-sale, with these versions presented in a deluxe slipcase.

Everton: The Official Complete Record is the definitive account of one of the world’s most distinguished and groundbreaking clubs. With nine league titles, five FA Cups and a rich club lore that boasts names such as Dixie Dean, Alex Young, Alan Ball and more recent heroes like Tim Cahill and Romelu Lukaku, Everton’s is a history replete with success and high drama. Boasting one of the most passionate and knowledgeable sets of fans, Everton are justifiably known as 'The People s Club'.

Nearly 140 years after Everton's humble birth as a church team, Steve Johnson has painstakingly trawled through the archives to provide for details of every game, line up, goalscorer, attendance and result, as well a plethora of other facts and figures. This officially endorsed record of one of English football's great names includes season-by-season accounts of every campaign since the onset of league football, more than 100 player profiles and a foreword by the Club's captain, Phil Jagielka.

Fully revised and updated since its sell-out first edition from 2010 and benefiting from new advances in research, the new book now includes details of the club's wartime matches and pre-Football League matches making it an indispensable addition to every Evertonian's library.


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