The views in these blogs are those held by the individual blogger and do not necessarily reflect the views of Everton Football Club.
The next two days will be incredibly busy for our Box Office team. Some 17,000 Season Ticket holders have been invited to apply for their semi-final tickets. If you’re one of them please visit this website (evertonfc.com), from tomorrow morning and pick your seat with the minimum of fuss and with the assurance you can get what you want if...
He rarely grabs the headlines and nor does he seek to, but there is no doubt that Tony Hibbert has again been one of Everton’s unsung heroes this season.
The unflustered defender is enjoying some of the best form of his career and it has come during the course of a campaign where competition at right back has been fierce.
More so than almost any other figure at the Club, our Season Ticket prices come in for close scrutiny – checked and rechecked by us; poured over, analysed, and commented by the press.
And, like all prices, they only ever seem to head in one direction. There’s a commonly held view that football is getting less and less affordable. But...
Phil Neville’s comments about how the FA Cup may be the best chance of qualification for the Europa League have prompted me to pause and consider how crucial the next few games are to the Club’s ambitions for the rest of the season and beyond.
Qualification for the Europa League is one of the marks of a successful season for Everton...
Coming of Age
We've all been really pleased with the feedback following the announcement of 2012/13 ticket prices. As expected, the junior prices have been particularly well received and not just the £95 junior school price.
We've retained the really competitive £149 offer for all youngsters up to and including next season's Year 11s. And I have to admit, talk...
I’m delighted that my two predictions (made in my last blog) of home victories were duly achieved over Chelsea and Blackpool. Two clean sheets as well, even better than I expected!
I don’t know what pleased me more, beating Chelsea or reaching the quarter-finals of the FA Cup? I suppose it’s that old mantra of one game at a time and...
Seamus Coleman’s return to action this week wouldn’t have escaped the attention of most Evertonians. The Republic of Ireland international scored in Everton reserves’ 6-3 thumping of Newcastle United, playing 55 minutes and netted the opening goal of the match after only five minutes.
The full-back turned winger’s marauding runs have been missing from David Moyes’ team for the best part...
As we approach a full house at the weekend, it’s clear the FA Cup holds a special place in the hearts and minds of Evertonians. The most famous competition in the world has also grabbed the attention of our youngest fans.
I’m delighted to report that, to date, 18,000 junior tickets have been sold across the Tamworth, Fulham and Blackpool ties....