Under-23s drew 2-2 with Seagulls in Premier League International Cup opener.
Disappointing night in Southport for Spence's Blue Girls.
'We Are Everton'- The revamped Official Membership scheme for 2018/19...
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Highlights of every Everton game - plus U23 and U18 action as well.
A rundown of the latest injuries and suspensions affecting the senior squad.
Current availability for upcoming fixtures.
Check out available VIP Matchday Experiences for the 2018/19 season.
Take a step inside the world-renowned Everton Academy.
Discover more about Everton in the Community.
Read the 'Key Principles’ for the development of a new stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock.
Search our A-Z archive of every player to have appeared for the Blues.
Celebrating 125 years of the Grand Old Lady.
Learn more about the charity that supports former Blues.
Information, meeting notes and contact details of supporter group.
Find out more about the summer's fundraising cycle challenge.
Information about accessibility and the Everton Disabled Supporters Association (EDSA).
Active Blues is a partnership set up to encourage inactive people to get moving.
A project that helps a group of mums who have children with diagnosed conditions.
The EuroFIT scheme works towards preventing sedentary behaviour.
In 2014, Everton in the Community announced a ground-breaking partnership with Chester Zoo.
This project delivers high quality football sessions to asylum seekers and refugees.
Healthy Blues is a weekly exercise programme for those aged over 40 with mental health issues.
Details of the ground-breaking fitness programme, supporting people with mental health issues.
This initiative provides local veterans an opportunity to participate in football and exercise sessions.
This initiative targets men from different sections of the community who traditionally don't address their health.
In partnership with Mersey Care NHS Trust, Pass on the Memories supports people living with dementia and their carers.
Information on the environmental project to be based at Walton Hall Park.
A programme aimed at tackling social isolation among individuals aged over 75 living in Everton.
This project is a three-year PhD research study into the role family structure plays on physical activity and behaviour patterns.
October 2013 saw Everton officially certified as the healthiest football club to work for in the UK by Health at Work’s Workplace Wellbeing Charter.
A sports-based programme targeting young people aged 8-14 who are experiencing, or are at risk of, developing mental health problems.
Everton in the Community coaches actively support the Premier League's lead development project, ran in partnership with the British Council.