EVERTON’S MEDIA CHANNELS
Everton Football Club offers its supporters a broad and interactive range of communication, information and entertainment options across a portfolio of award-winning online and offline platforms.
We continue to embrace evolving digital media technologies to ensure our service is best of breed and market leading, while we remain resolutely proud of our official Club magazine and matchday programme.
The Club strives to deliver the ‘go to’ platforms for Everton supporters across the globe, providing the latest news, exclusive videos and an enhanced matchday experience that comes directly from USM Finch Farm or Goodison Park.
These platforms include:
The official website, evertonfc.com
The official Club magazine, ‘Everton’
The official matchday programme
The official Everton YouTube site (youtube.com/officialeverton)
The official Everton mobile app (search 'Everton' in your app store)
The official Everton iPad app (search 'Everton' in your app store)
The official Everton browser app (search ‘Everton browser’ in your app store)
The official Everton Twitter feed and supporting departmental Twitter feeds (twitter.com/Everton)
The official Everton Facebook page (facebook.com/Everton)
The official Everton Instagram feed (instagram.com/officialeverton)
The official Everton SoundCloud page (soundcloud.com/officialeverton)
The official Everton Snapchat account (search ‘Everton’ in Snapchat)
The interactive evertonfc.com match centre
Official Everton Tagboards
The Thai-language evertonfc.com
The Chinese-language evertonfc.com
Across our digital media platforms, we aim to provide a trusted and all-encompassing service that offers the most up-to-date and reliable Everton content directly to the homes and devices of our supporters across the UK and beyond. What’s more, changes in technology and the way people interact with the Club means it is now easier to listen to the mood and views of fans than ever before.
The official website, evertonfc.com, remains the Club’s most prominent communications and marketing tool. Attracting an average of more than 750,000 unique visitors each month, it is at the heart of our commitment to engage with supporters and make them feel closer to the Club and other Evertonians wherever they are in the world. But beyond the website, the official app delivers bespoke, native app functionality that makes it easier than ever to receive live news updates and engage directly with the Club.
An improved level of interaction on social media, in particular on Facebook and Twitter, has also proved key in improving the ease with which Evertonians can share their views with the Club on topics and issues that are important to them, in turn allowing the Club to enhance two-way dialogue with its supporters and respond more effectively.
Everton’s official Twitter and Facebook pages, supplemented by additional social media platforms such as Instagram, Snapchat, YouTube and SoundCloud, are updated throughout the day, seven days a week, broadening the reach of our output via evertonfc.com. Members of staff from Everton’s Media and Communications team also interact directly with supporters and provide behind-the-scenes news from their own Twitter accounts – whilst there are also a range of Twitter feeds managed by the appropriate departments in the Club enabling fans to get the relevant information and assistance.
The evertontv service is delivered free of charge, offering supporters a wealth of exclusive content at their fingertips. Match highlights, player interviews, behind-the-scenes footage and live audio commentary are readily available for all fans to access via the official website. The only content that supporters need to purchase are pre-season fixtures, which are often screened exclusively live on evertontv.
The Everton programme provides exclusive pre-match thoughts from the manager and Club captain, as well as exclusive interviews with former players and kid-friendly feature content, our modern-day take on the popular collector’s souvenir has regularly been voted among the best in the Premier League. Its sister publication, Everton (formerly ‘Evertonian’) is a monthly magazine that offer the best in Blues photography and delves even deeper into the stories behind those who make Everton Football Club what it is. Both publications are also available digitally, meaning supporters can pick them up any time via their mobile phone or tablet devices. Simply download the app in your app store.