Some of the finest players to don a Royal Blue jersey will be at Goodison Park for 'giants night' on Wednesday 28 November.
On the evening that the Blues host Arsenal, the 23 Everton Giants will be represented at Goodison Park to celebrate the unveiling of a Wall of Fame.
Howard Kendall, Duncan Ferguson and Graeme Sharp will be among the Blues legends who will attend the match to commemorate the new Club showpiece.
The Wall of Fame is a prestigious permanent monument to celebrate the achievements of those who have served Everton so well during the Club's illustrious history.
The first 11 Giants were unveiled before the first game of 2000 and, following the favourable response from supporters, the Club now names a new Everton Giant once every season.
Twenty-three plaques bearing the names and signatures of each Everton Giant will be embedded into the wall of the stadium along Goodison Road.
A special ceremony will be held to unveil the Wall of Fame ahead of the match and at half-time, the Giants and their representatives will walk onto the pitch to celebrate Giants Night with supporters.
Two former players will also be given a warm welcome back to Goodison for the Blues' fixture against Arsenal, with Tony Cottee and Pat Nevin confirmed as the special guests in the executive lounges. The duo will be joining guests in the lounges to talk about their days at Everton and their love of the Club.
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