Everton FC Heritage Society’s latest venture into self-produced films is called Memories of Goodison Park.

Presenters Ken Rogers (EFCHS Chairman and former Sports Editor at the Liverpool Echo) and Rob Sawyer are captured chatting at Goodison Park about the history of the famous stadium, its architecture and some of the key moments there. The pair also share personal recollections of attending matches and look ahead to the move to a new stadium on the banks of the River Mersey. 

Mike and Lewis Royden

Lewis and Mike Royden

Filmed and edited by Lewis Royden, and directed by Mike Royden, the 22-minute production features photos and archive video footage (some provided by fellow EFCHS member Crawford Miles), to help bring the presenters’ words to life.

It closes with a beautiful montage of goals (and one save), backed by the unmistakable tones of Dusty Springfield.


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Filming at Goodison Park