The Under-23s play Southampton in a Premier League 2 match at Goodison Park on Monday. The Blues' second string are riding high at the top of the table going into the final stages of the season after great victories over Manchester United and Arsenal in the last two league games.
Kick-off is at 7pm and entry is free, but the club are seeking donations from the fans for their "Home is where the heart is campaign" which seeks to raise £230,000 for young homeless people in the city. They are close to fulfilling a dream to buy a house on Goodison Road for the project. There will be donation buckets on entry at the turnstiles for fans to show their support.
Tickets are free and are available in the Sir Philip Carter Park End Stand or the Upper Bullens. Tickets can be collected right up until the 7pm kick-off on Monday 20 February from Everton One, Everton Two or the Park End Box Office.
If you are unable to get along to Goodison Park on Monday, then you can still watch the game live on evertontv. A £3.99 donation to the ‘Home is Where the Heart is' fund will give you exclusive live access to the full 90 minutes of the game — with commentary provided by Darren Griffiths and Ian Snodin. Visit evertonfc.com/U23Live to make your donation and book your live stream.
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1 Posted 18/02/2017 at 17:21:20
I'm very proud of all the community work the club do. 💙⚽️
2 Posted 18/02/2017 at 20:47:08
It's just a brilliant idea from the club. Never prouder to be a Blue.
3 Posted 18/02/2017 at 20:49:13
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5 Posted 20/02/2017 at 16:47:32
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7 Posted 20/02/2017 at 18:45:27
#EFCU23 subs: Hunt, Foulds, Henen, Broadhead, Sambou.
#EFCU23 v @SouthamptonFC: Hewelt, Kenny (c), Robinson, Feeney, Pennington, Baningime, Walsh, Dowell, Williams, Charsley. C. Duffus.
8 Posted 20/02/2017 at 18:58:46
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