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Everton Mail Order

Order your Everton Stuff direct from the Club at Goodison Park
Goods shipped throughout Britain, Europe, and anywhere in the World



A selection of Everton souvenirs and regalia are available via Mail Order:
Mail Order Department
Everton Football Club
Goodison Road
Liverpool L4 4EL

Phone: (0151) 330-2333 -- Fax: (0151) 523-9666
Mail Order Hours: 9am to 5 pm, Monday to Saturday

This should be a good source for all your merchandise requirements, replica kits, tracksuits, shirts, mousepads, pens, scarves, hats, – you name it!  They do their best, but the commercial operation Everton FC is badly underdeveloped, so don't be surprised if what you want is out of stock. You may also try to get current Books, Videos and Music featuring Everton FC and their players. That includes everything except the now defunct bi-monthly video-magazine, This is Everton. Do us a favour and ask for the current issue, just to annoy them.



Call for a current mechandise catalogue. Or you can Mail Order stuff straight over the phone. Opening hours are Monday to Saturday 9am to 5pm (GMT/BST). Remember to ask for your 5% discount if you are "Seasonal Member" (Everton-speak for Season Ticket Holder) or a official Everton Supporters Club member! – you will need to quote your membership number. You can order via the telephone, mail, or fax and pay for goods by cheque, credit card, postal order, international money order (in pounds Sterling) or high street shopping vouchers and gift vouchers.


Destination Under £10 £10 - £25 Over £25
United Kingdom: £ 1.50 £ 3.00 £ 5.00
Eire / Europe: £ 1.50 £ 3.00 £ 10.00
Rest of the World: £ 3.00 £ 7.00 £ 15.00

You can also try to use the Official Everton E.commerce website to do your shopping online, on the off-chance that they may actually be working! You can also try to order some merchandise through the FA CarlingNet Everton Webpage, although last time we tried, it said "Catalogue for Everton: Sorry, currently unavailable". Kinda sums up Everton's commercial efforts... in a word: pathetic!


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