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Retro Matchday For Norwich

by Daniel Alston @efc_danalston

Everton Football Club is rolling back the years for Saturday's home game with Norwich City.

The fixture is the Blues' last traditional 3pm Saturday kick-off of the calendar year - and a retro theme will surround the game at Goodison.

Last week, the official Everton Facebook page invited supporters to take a trip down memory lane by suggesting songs to be played both in the stadium and during the pre-match entertainment in the Park End car park.

As well as a special edition of the matchday programme and a pink Liverpool Echo, there will be a comeback for the much-loved old perimeter scoreboards.

The Toffee Lady also returns to tradition, with an adult to be selected as the Blues mascot for one-game only.

In addition, fans taking in the game as part of any of the Club's hospitality packages will be joined by fellow Evertonians and special sporting guests, boxer Tony Bellew and cricketer Niall O'Brien.

Look out for more ways to engage and be a part of the retro matchday on the official Everton Facebook and Twitter pages.

Blues can book their seat for the clash with Norwich online by clicking here, by calling 0871 663 1878*, by visiting the Park End Box Office, Everton Two or the Ticket Quarter in Liverpool city centre.

* Calls to this number will cost 10p per minute from a BT landline, other networks and mobiles may vary. Booking fees apply.

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