If you have a dedicated Everton fan among your family or friends, you have a wealth of options available to you when it comes to buying gifts for birthdays or Christmas.

For anyone who wants to keep things really simple, replica jerseys, training shirts polo shirts, jumpers, scarves or bobble hats are a great place to start.

However, if you prefer to think outside of the box, the internet is awash with original gift ideas for the Everton fan in your life. Here are some of our favourite options.

Personalised Memorabilia

One of the best ways to acknowledge someone’s fandom is to delve into the vast array of personalised Everton gifts currently available online.

For example, personalised cushions and lamps are a great gift idea, particularly if the person you are buying for has a dedicated Everton man (or woman) cave.

Personalised Everton mugs, beer glasses, tankards or keyrings are other great ways to put a smile on an Everton fan’s face when they open a gift.

It is even feasible to purchase a ceramic memorial photo tile for headstones, meaning dearly departed Everton fans can be honoured in a unique way.

Everton Mishmash

Boldly described as ‘the history of Everton Football Club in one image', the Everton Mishmash is one of the most original gift ideas you could come up with.

Illustrator Alex Bennett worked tirelessly with Everton fans to garner ideas about their most treasured moments, before incorporating them into one design.

From cup triumphs to derby days and more, this stunning recap of Everton’s illustrious history took around 750 hours to complete – a true labour of love.

The illustration is printed on high quality 170 gm silk and simply requires the addition of a decent frame to make it a gift every Everton fan will cherish.

Everton Stadium Tour

First opened in 1892, Goodison Park has become firmly established as one of the most iconic stadiums in England and the wider football world.

However, with the club scheduled to move to a new ground at Bramley-Moore Dock, loyal Everton fans may want an opportunity to gather some final Goodison memories.

With that in mind, gifting an Everton stadium tour would be a great way to give a Toffees supporter the chance to explore behind the scenes before the big move.

Goodison Stadium Tours are staged throughout the year and are easy to purchase as a gift via the club’s official website.

Official Everton Memorabilia

The club also offers a small selection of official memorabilia which is not available elsewhere, which makes the items highly-sought after by Everton fans.

For instance, who wouldn’t want to own a limited-edition Duncan Ferguson signed mural given the impact he had on the club during his time there?

If the hefty price tag is a little beyond your reach, framed stadium prints of Goodison are a great grift for Everton fans of all ages.

Badge sets, crest badges and street sign badges are other extremely affordable options which every Everton fan will appreciate as a gift. 

Everton Artwork

We head back to artwork for our next gift suggestion, but with a focus on more subtle pieces created with the discerning Everton fan in mind.

For example, artist Dick Gilhespy’s wonderful painting ‘Goodison Under the Lights’ is a picture which would look magnificent as the centrepiece in any room or office.

Alternatively, several online shopping platforms have one-off artwork items for sale featuring images focused on the club or portraits of players. 

Many Everton artwork items have increased significantly in value over time, making them an excellent gift idea and a great investment for the recipient.

Away Tickets & Weekend Stay

This suggestion could end up being rather expensive, but is a superb idea if you are searching for a gift for an Evertonian who is the special person in your life.

Scouring the fixture list a few months in advance gives you the chance to identify when Everton are visiting somewhere that has plenty of other attractions.

For example, a weekend game against one of the London clubs in the Premier League gives you the chance to organise two or three days away in the English capital.

The cost of match tickets and a hotel room will set you back a bit, but the outlay will be well worthwhile – especially if Everton come home with three points!