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v West Brom

Saturday 13 September K.O. 15:00

Your Matchday Messages

Your Matchday Messages

There are three ways Everton can help celebrate your special occasion on a matchday.

1) Big screen message

You can apply for a message (£25) or a message with a photo (£30) to be shown on the big screen. Please apply for this service by clicking here. Forms must be completed two working days before the match.

2) Programme announcement

You can send a message and a photograph to appear in a specified match day programme. We can never guarantee this but we always try our best to facilitate the request. If the programme is full your request may be transferred over to another programme. This is free of charge. Please email your request to evertonprogramme@trinitymirror.com.

3) Tannoy announcement

You can request an announcement to be read out via the tannoy. Whilst we can never guarantee this service, we always try our best to read the announcements out 15-20 minutes before kick off. This service is free of charge. Please email your message directly to communications@evertonfc.com stating the match which you would like the message to be read out. Please note that these messages are taken on a first come, first served basis. Supporters are advised to contact the Club in plenty of time ahead of the relevant game. Requests received on the day of the game cannot be processed.

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