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evertontv FAQs

What is evertontv?

evertontv is Everton's official online video service, offering on demand interviews, news and highlights direct from the Club.

How much does it cost?

The only part of evertontv which requires payment is live video coverage and of pre-season games. All other content is completely free to watch.

To view the content on evertonfc.com/evertontv, you simply need to register with evertonfc.com.

Some content is available without registering and is attached to news items on evertonfc.com.

How do I register?

Visit evertonfc.com/registration. If you are already registered on evertonfc.com then you don't need to re-register for evertontv – just log-in as normal.

To register simply fill in the fields on the left and continue through the steps.

I am registered but I've forgotten my password - what do I do?

Visit evertonfc.com/forgottenpassword and enter the email address you registered with. You will be sent an email explaining how you can reset your password.

I am having problems logging in, what should I do?

Contact us at support.evertontv@evertonfc.com and we will do our best to help out.

What can I watch?

You can watch highlights of every first team game, interviews with the manager and players before and after every game and the manager's pre-match press conferences. We also cover the reserve and ladies teams. In addition every weekday there is a quickfire round-up of the day's news.

Why are the highlights unavailable in my region?

Highlights are available as soon as competition rules allow. For weekend Premier League games (Saturday or Sunday) this is midnight on the day of the game in the EU. Highlights are available worldwide from 10pm on the day after a weekend (Saturday or Sunday) fixture has been played.

Weekday Premier League games are available worldwide from midnight on the day of the game.

FA Cup rules dictate that highlights can only be made available at the following times:

  • After midday on the following Sunday for matches played on a Thursday, Friday or a Saturday (UK local time)
  • After midday on the following Monday for matches played on a Sunday (UK local time)
  • After 10pm on the next day for matches played on any day of the week other than a Thursday, Friday, Saturday or a Sunday (UK local time).

This means for the Cheltenham game on 7 January, highlights will be available from 10pm Tuesday.
(All times are GMT).

Why can't I watch matches live?

Unfortunately competition rules prevent us from showing live coverage of Premier League, FA Cup and Carling Cup games. This is the same for all clubs. We do, however, provide live audio commentary of all first team games and, if broadcasting rights permit it, friendly fixtures can be shown live.

How do I listen to live commentary?

To listen to live games, visit evertonfc.com/listenlive shortly before kick off, or follow the link on the match centre. Currently, this is not available on iOS devices.

How often is evertontv updated?

evertontv is updated several times each day.

How do I watch?

To watch evertontv, visit evertonfc.com/evertontv on your computer, iPad or PS3. You can also watch evertontv content on your iPhone or Android device by downloading the official Everton App. System requirements for the video player are listed below.

Who do I contact for help?

Please email support.evertontv@evertonfc.com if you require further information or assistance.

Video player requirements:

evertontv will provide you the highest stream possible based on your available bandwidth, computer processor, Flash version, and device (i.e. smartphone, tablet or desktop computer). If you are seeing less than ideal quality, please check your environment against the minimum requirements listed below.

Note: These configurations undergo regular testing with each release. Other environments (e.g., Linux or Chrome beta channels) might work, but are not actively tested.

Windows
Processor: Intel Pentium 4 or equivalent with 1 GHz processor.
Operating System: Windows XP (Home, Media Center and Professional with Service Pack 3 and all Microsoft Updates), Windows Vista (Home Basic, Home Premium, Business, Ultimate or Enterprise editions with Vista Service Pack 2), Windows 7 with all available updates.
RAM: 512 MB minimum (1 GB recommended).
Video Card: 32 MB minimum (128 MB recommended).
Browser: Internet Explorer (version 7 and 8), Mozilla Firefox (version 3.6 or higher), Chrome version 5.
Flash: 10.0 or higher (10.1 or later recommended).
Screen Resolution: 800 x 600 minimum (1280 x 1024 recommended).
Internet Connection: Broadband/High Speed (DSL, Cable, T1, etc.). Dial-up connections are insufficient for video playback.

Mac OS X
Processor: Intel Core2 Duo 1.83GHz or faster processor.
Operating System: Mac OS X 10.5 or greater with Intel Processors of 1GHz or better; no PowerPC support.
RAM: 512 MB minimum (1 GB recommended).
Video Card: 32 MB minimum (128 MB recommended).
Browser: Safari (version 4.0 or higher), Mozilla Firefox (version 3.6 or higher), Chrome version 5.
Flash: 10.0 or higher (10.1 or later recommended).
Screen Resolution: 800 x 600 minimum (1280 x 1024 recommended).
Internet Connection: Broadband/High Speed (DSL, Cable, T1, etc.). Dial-up connections are insufficient for video playback.

Apple iOS
Operating System: iOS 4.0 or later (iPhone) or iOS4.2 or later (iPad).
Browser: Safari.
Internet Connection: WiFi or 3G.

Android
Operating System: Android 2.2 or later.
Browser: Chrome.
Flash: 10.2 or later.
Internet Connection: WiFi or 3G.

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