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Dowell makes permanent Norwich switch

30 July

Kieran Dowell's time at Everton is over after the midfielder completed a transfer to Norwich City today.

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Leighton Baines, the ego-free Evertonian, retires on his own unselfish terms

28 July

The left-back played 420 games for his club and 30 for England before he departed in the same understated way he carried himself through 13 seasons at Goodison

Virtual 'If You Know Your History' 5k Run Launched

29 July

Following the success of last year’s inaugural ‘If You Know Your History’ run, the city’s popular Everton-themed 5K run is back in a virtual format, which means this year, supporters can take part from wherever they are in the world!

Markelo joins FC Twente on season-long loan

28 July

Under-23s midfielder Nathangelo Markelo has joined FC Twente on a season-long loan for the upcoming 2020-21 season in Holland.

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'Life feels very fragile at the moment'

28 July

1980s hero Gary Stevens pleads for blood donors to come forward to help find a stem cell match for his three-year-old son Jack who has a rare form of leukaemia

Richarlison eyeing progression at Everton

28 July

Richarlison says he sees himself staying at Everton for at least another season as Carlo Ancelotti plans for his first full campaign in charge but hints that there are no guarantees he will stay

Anichebe talks to Anthony Walker Foundation about racism

27 July

In a special edition of the Official Everton Podcast, Victor Anichebe and Ben Osu of the Anthony Walker Foundation (AWF) shared their experiences as black men growing up in Liverpool.

Baines makes 'difficult decision' to call time on his career

26 July

Leighton Baines has announced his retirement from football, bringing an end to his 13-year spell as a player with Everton.

Everton saunter to final-day defeat

26 July

Everton ended a hugely disappointing season in fitting fashion, ambling their way to a first home loss under Carlo Ancelotti.

Everton vs Bournemouth

26 July

Everton close out the 2019-20 season at Goodison Park against Bournemouth who come to Merseyside fighting for their Premier League lives.

Start date for Season 2020-21 announced

24 July

The 2020-21 season on the Premier League will start on Saturday 12 September and run through 23 May 2021.

Onyango signs first pro deal

24 July

Highly-regarded young midfielder Tyler Onyango has signed his first professional contract with Everton.

Planning permission for Bramley-Moore Dock expected in October

24 July

According to a Liverpool City Region Combined Authority document, Everton are expected to get the green light for their new dockside stadium in the autumn.

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Materazzi looks back on his spell with Everton

23 July

Marco Materazzi has told FourFourTwo that the season he spent with Everton in 1998-99 was a valuable learning experience.

Bournemouth game will be shown on Sky TV

23 July

Everton's final game of the blighted 2020-21 season will be shown live on Sky TV, along with seven of the remaining games next Sunday.

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Alan Stubbs Interview


There's a new podcast channel featuring an interview with Alan Stubbs. He talks about his time at Everton including the joy at playing for his boyhood club and of course THAT goal by Wayne Rooney.

Sheffield United vs Everton

20 July

Everton are on their travels for the final time in the 2019-20 campaign as they face the surprise package of the season, Sheffield United at Bramall Lane.

Everton rediscover their grit to blunt Blades' Euro charge

20 July

Everton got back to winning ways and put a significant dent in Sheffield United’s Europa League hopes with a hugely improved performance at Bramall Lane.

Ancelotti acknowledges need for transfer reinforcements

18 July

With the end of the season in sight, Carlo Ancelotti has expressed his faith that Everton will be able to strengthen their team during the upcoming transfer window.

Fans could return in limited numbers in October

17 July

The Premier League is reportedly looking at allowing stadiums to operate at 40% capacity for the 2020-21 season as the government hopes to allow fans back into stadiums in October

Everton vs Aston Villa

16 July

Everton’s penultimate home fixture of this disrupted 2019-20 season sees them take on Aston Villa in a game that will have significance for both sides but for different reasons.

Walcott breaks Villa hearts with late equaliser for dreadful Everton

16 July

Theo Walcott scored an 88th-minute goal that put a serious dent in Aston Villa’s hopes of avoiding the drop and rescued an unlikely point for an Everton side who mustered a pitiful response to their manager’s call for a reaction to Sunday’s defeat at Wolves.

Reports: Everton make first move for Højbjerg

16 July

Everton have firmed up their interest in Southampton's Pierre-Emile Højbjerg by lodging a bid for the midfielder according to multiple reports.

Ancelotti retains faith in Pickford but demands improvement

16 July

Carlo Ancelotti has called for greater focus from Jordan Pickford after admitting that the England goalkeeper must do better.

Dowell grabs a hat-trick as Wigan destroy Hull 8-0

14 July

Three of Everton’s on-loan Academy products were involved in a goal-fest in the Championship this evening, although only one was celebrating.

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The transformation of Anthony Gordon

14 July

Anthony Gordon talks about the lockdown training regime which led to his Merseyside derby debut… a gruelling week with the Under-23s and David Unsworth in Spain 2 years ago… and much more...

Spineless Everton humbled by superior Wolves

12 July

Everton turned in another dreadful display and slumped to a comprehensive defeat at Wolves as the scale of the task facing Carlo Ancelotti was laid bare.

Skipper and manager offer no excuses for Molineux surrender

12 July

Seamus Coleman has described Everton’s atrocious performance at Wolves as shocking and Carlo Ancelotti declared it unacceptable after what was the Blues’ second defeat in three games.

Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Everton

11 July

Everton travel to sixth-place Wolves tomorrow knowing that while European football isn’t mathematically impossible, their hopes are effectively over and, as such, the focus now is very much on next season.

Uninspired Blues grab a point from Saints

9 July

Everton settled for a point against Southampton following another flat performance that effectively puts paid to their dwindling European hopes.

Everton vs Southampton

8 July

Under fire following a dismal showing at Spurs on Monday, Everton are back at Goodison Park tomorrow evening to take on improved Southampton

Ancelotti backs under-fire Sigurdsson

8 July

Carlo Ancelotti has refused to criticise Gylfi Sigurdsson following his performance against Tottenham on Monday, insisting that the Iceland skipper is a “great professional”.

Fans’ Forum provide update on global consultation

8 July

The first two international representatives of the Everton Fans’ Forum, Joe O’Reilly and Tony Sampson, have provided details of the findings of their recent canvass of overseas Blues as part of an initiative to give supporters like themselves, living outside the UK, a voice on all things Everton.

Dean statue disrespected but undamaged

7 July

In the latest example of unconscionable vandalism and disrespect of notable Everton emblems in the city by Liverpool fans, a flare was planted on the Dixie Dean statue outside the gates of Goodison Park over the weekend.

Blues go missing again in the Capital

6 July

Everton made a mockery of their manager’s lingering hopes of qualifying for Europe with another gallingly insipid display in London, going down 1-0 to Tottenham in a poor contest.

Cahill and Martinez see bright future under Ancelotti

7 July

Two former Everton figures are predicting good things for the club under manager Carlo Ancelotti but they stress that it’s going to take time.

Bernard says seeing psychologist after anxiety attack helped him

4 July

Bernard has opened up about an anxiety attack he suffered last year and has extolled the benefits of seeking professional help to improve his mental health as a result

Tottenham Hotspur vs Everton

6 July

Unbeaten in three, Everton travel to Tottenham for a difficult assignment knowing that they will need to keep winning in order to retain an interest in the European qualification picture.

Everton confirm season ticket deadline

6 July

Everton have set the 2020-21 season ticket renewal deadline for Tuesday, 28th July.

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Coleman daring to believe in Carlo rising

6 July

The Everton skipper praises Carlo Ancelotti for turning the Toffees’ fortunes around since the Italian’s December takeover

Branthwaite signs up for another year

4 Febuary

Jarrad Branthwaite has accepted a contract extension that runs through June 2023

New 2020-21 home strip is launched

3 July

Everton and hummel have unveiled the first product from their new technical partnership with the launch of the 2020-21 home kit.

Markelo signs on until 2022

3 July

Nathangelo Markelo has become the latest Academy player to sign a new contract, agreeing a two-year deal with Everton.

Details confirmed for two more games

3 July

Everton's games against Aston Villa and Sheffield United have both been assigned kick-off times, dates and broadcast carriers.

Everton successfully hold off Leicester charge

1 June

Everton hung on to claim three points against Leicester City to register a second successive victory in the Premier League.

Everton pick up French U19 international fullback

2 July

Everton have announced the acquisition of Niels Nkounkou, a 19-year-old left back who arrives on a free transfer from Marseille.

Ouzounidis, Hagan and Macallister pen new deals

1 July

Con Ouzounidis has signed a one-year contract extension with Everton.

Hornby completes move to Ligue 1

1 July

Everton U23 striker Fraser Hornby's transfer to Stade de Reims in France has been confirmed.

Bolasie hasn't given up on reclaiming Everton spot

30 June

Yannick Bolasie has been writing on social media about his experiences through the Covid-19 lockdown, how it has affected his loan spell with Sporting CP, and his frustration over not being able to train properly back at Finch Farm.

Everton vs Leicester City

30 June

Everton’s third fixture since the resumption of the Premier League sees them take on Leicester City at Goodison Park in another Wednesday evening kick-off.

Loan extensions for Sidibé and Sandro agreed

30 June

Everton have agreed a deal with AC Monaco for full-back Djibril Sidibé to extend his loan spell at Goodison Park until the end of the current Premier League season.

Ancelotti: Next season will be better for Kean

30 June

Carlo Ancelotti is predicting better things for Moise Kean next season after the Italian striker’s disappointing first year in English football

The reason why Shani Tarashaj is still an Everton player

27 June

The reason why Swiss International striker Shani Tarashaj is still technically an Everton player for another year, despite his original contract expiring this month, has now been revealed.

Niasse officially leaves while Baines agrees short-term extension

25 June

Oumar Niasse will join Cuco Martina and Luke Garbutt in leaving the club at the end of the month when their contracts expire.

Dowell extends Wigan loan till end of season

25 June

Kieran Dowell has agreed to extend his loan at Wigan Athletic until the end of the 2019-20 season to see out games in the restarted Championship campaign.

Keane grabs the points with second-half header

24 June

Everton edged a poor contest at Carrow Road thanks to a solitary Michael Keane goal that earned the Toffees their first win in five games.

Pattern Design replace Meis on stadium project

24 June

Everton have reportedly handed architectural duties for the proposed Bramley-Moore Dock stadium over to a UK-based firm as Dan Meis announces that he is no longer part of the project.

Norwich City vs Everton

23 June

Hopefully buoyed by the derby but also rankled by the sense of what might have been against Liverpool, Everton travel to Norwich for a Wednesday evening kick-off.

Schneiderlin completes Nice switch

23 June

Morgan Schneiderlin has finalised his move to Nice, leaving Everton for an undisclosed fee after 3½ years with the club.

Everton inches away from winning tepid derby

21 June

The Goodison derby ended goalless for the third season in succession as Everton and Liverpool largely cancelled each other out in a dull affair inside an empty stadium.

Ancelotti accused of tax evasion in Spain

22 June

Everton manager Carlo Ancelotti is in hot water in Spain after being accused by prosecutors of not paying around €1m in taxes.

Stekelenburg to join Ajax next season

22 June

Maarten Stekelenburg has agreed a short-term contract extension to cover the remainder of the disrupted 2019-20 season but will join Ajax when the current campaign ends.

Everton vs Liverpool

19 June

Everton will return to action this Sunday in the Merseyside derby, 15 weeks after the Premier League season was suspended because of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Brands doesn’t envisage major overhaul

20 June

Marcel Brands has played down the chances of Everton making a big splash when the transfer window eventually opens, saying that the club are planning two or three key signings.

Ancelotti foresees rapid growth for Everton's young core team

20 June

Carlo Ancelotti has reiterated the attraction that Everton held for him when he took the somewhat surprising step to take the reins at Goodison Park so soon after being sacked by Napoli.

Expert says loss of matchday revenue could hit Premier League clubs hard

19 June

Everton’s hopes of forcing their way into the upper echelons of the Premier League could be hindered by the ongoing impact of playing games behind closed doors.

Besic returns to Everton

19 June

Muhamed Besic’s season-long loan at Sheffield United has come to an end and the Bosnian international is back with Everton.

Three more game dates announced

18 June

The next three rounds of fixtures under Project Restart have been announced for Premier League teams.

Richarlison baits Van Dijk in prematch talk

19 June

Richarlison has been talking publically about the best defenders in world football, ahead of Sunday's derby match that pits the Everton forward against Liverpool's Virgil van Dijk.

Premier League returns after 100 days

17 June

The Premier League finally returns after a 100-day hiatus caused by the Covid-19 pandemic

Young Everton keeper Daniel Rose joins Schalke

17 June

One of Everton's U18 goalkeepers, Daniel Rose, has turned down a contract offer from the club and is expected to join Schalke 04 instead.

Ancelotti expects Gomes to be fit to face reds

16 June

Everton are confident that André Gomes will be fit enough to play in Sunday’s Merseyside derby after he resumed full training this week.

Norwich game will be split between BBC1 and BBC2

16 June

Live TV coverage of Everton's game at Norwich City next week will be split between BBC One and BBC Two.

Everton plot international growth through new affiliate scheme

15 June

Everton have launched an international coaching Affiliate Programme, with two clubs in the United States and one in Australia already on board.

Fifa change transfer window rules

11 June

Fifa have announced changes to the rules relating to transfers for the upcoming summer window

Awards announced for Academy players

11 June

Everton have gone ahead with presenting their own Academy Awards awards to the stand-out youngsters who have caught the eye during the curtailed development seasons for the U23s and U18s.

Delph adds to injury concerns

11 June

Fabian Delph has emerged as the latest injury doubt for Everton's first game back since the suspension of the 2019-20 season after he strained a muscle.

Talks started on how the fans can come back safely

11 June

A BBC report has indicated that major sports, including football, rugby, cricket and horse racing, have started working with the Government over how to begin the phased return of fans.

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Premier League restart preview: Everton

11 June

Carlo Ancelotti’s side entered the break in poor form and maybe he will now give young players, such as Anthony Gordon and Lewis Gibson, a chance

Walcott ruled out for a month

10 June

Theo Walcott is set to miss a large part of the restarted 2019-20 season as he recovers from an abdominal operation.

Derby will be played at Goodison Park

10 June

The decision to allow the upcoming derby game on June 21 to be played at Goodison Park has finally been made: it will kick off behind closed doors at 7 pm.

CEO praises staff for voluntary wage reductions and deferrals

9 June

Everton’s Chief Executive, Denise Barett-Baxendale has revealed the extent to which players and senior staff agreed to support the club through the financial uncertainty caused by the coronavirus shutdown.

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Tim Howard's life story made into a film

9 June

Amazon has secured the rights to make a feature film based on the life of USA, Manchester United and Everton goalkeeper Tim Howard.

Silva rues ‘tough moments’ and ‘tough market’ in final months at Everton

9 June

Former Everton manager, Marco Silva, says that he is a better manager for his experiences in England and that he is looking for his next post, preferably back in the Premier League.

Everton announce Cazoo as new sponsor

8 June

Everton have signed a multi-year deal with Cazoo that will see the ecommerce brand become the club’s new main sponsorship partner.

Derby venue decision pushed back

9 June

The decision on whether the upcoming derby game on June 21 can be played at Goodison Park or should be moved to a neutral venue will not now be taken until Wednesday at the earliest.

Jonjoe Kenny fires one in for Schalke

7 June

Jonjoe Kenny scored a fine goal for Schalke to level today's game against Union Berlin in the Bundesliga.

Keane discusses overcoming virus and preparations for restarting the season

7 June

Michael Keane has revealed that he contracted COVID-19 but has fully recovered and, thanks to the club’s lockdown fitness regimen and recent resumption of training is nearing readiness to resume playing.

Pickford says Everton can win Goodison derby

6 June

Jordan Pickford believes Everton “have the ability in the squad” to beat Liverpool when they meet in the Merseyside derby at Goodison Park on Sunday 21 June.

Derby date set as 'Project Restart' firms up

4 June

Updated Everton's delayed Premier League fixture against Liverpool is scheduled to go ahead on Sunday 21 June via Sky free-to-view broadcast.

Son of 1980s hero Stevens diagnosed with leukemia

5 June

Former Everton fullback Gary Stevens, who was an integral part of the magnificent trophy-winning side of the 1980s, has announced the sad news that his son has leukemia.

Matthew Pennington stays on with Hull City

5 June

Matthew Pennington has signed an extension to his season-long loan deal with Hull City in The Championship.

Baines invited to extend Goodison career for another season

3 June

Everton have offered Leighton Baines another one-year contract extension, according to reports.

Mina could be back sooner than thought

3 June

Contrary to initial fears that he was facing a layoff of several weeks, Yerry Mina is reportedly targeting a return to training before the end of June.

Josh Bowler extends loan spell at Hull City

2 June

Everton's young midfielder, Josh Bowler, has agreed an extension to his loan spell with Hull City that should carry through to the end of the resumed season in The Championship to complete the schedule of fixtures after the Covid-19 lockdown.

Mina joins injury list

2 June

Yerry Mina is facing "several weeks" on the sidelines after partially tearing a quad muscle in training.

Kenny continues behind closed doors

30 May

Jonjoe Kenny was back in action again this afternoon as Schalke lost again, this time to Werder Bremen in the Bundesliga.

EFC's 'Enterprise Value' drops by 1.9%

29 May

Everton have dropped out of the Top Twenty list of Europe's most valuable football clubs, based on 'Enterprise Value'

Gbamin's return halted dead in its tracks by fresh injury

28 May

Updated After expressing his excitement to get back playing after a lengthy layoff, Jean-Philippe Gbamin has suffered another major setback with an Achilles tendon injury that will require surgery.


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