On This Day: 28/09
Everton played their first game of the season in the European Cup-Winners' Cup ON THIS DAY in 1966.
The Blues gave a solid defensive performance against AB Aalborg, of Denmark, in the First Round First Leg tie to return to Goodison with a 0-0 draw.
The Second Leg was won 2-1, with goals from Johnny Morrissey and Alan Ball securing the Toffees a place in the next round.
Everton were knocked out in the next round by Real Zaragoza of Spain.
Goodison Park staged it's first European Cup-Winners' Cup match since 1985 ON THIS DAY in 1995.
A crowd of 18,422 saw the Blues take on KR Reykjavik in the First Round Second Leg tie.
With Everton already 3-2 ahead from the away leg, the visitors were not expected to pose too many problems.
Goals from Graham Stuart, Tony Grant and Paul Rideout enabled Everton to win 3-1 on the night, 6-3 on aggregate.