Over 100 of Everton's most loyal supporters enjoyed an exclusive evening with goalkeeper Tim Howard at Goodison Park on Thursday.
The attending Blues are all current Season Ticket holders of 10 or more consecutive years - and were selected at random from hundreds of applicants following an invite for the latest in a series of special ‘Stand Together’ events.
Also in attendance were Club legend Graeme Sharp and 1990s hero Graham Stuart.
The Everton trio each signed autographs and posed for photographs in between taking part in question and answer sessions with the gathered fans.
With the return of FA Cup action this weekend, Howard recalled the 2009 semi-final shootout against Manchester United and also explained the differences between working under David Moyes and Red Devils boss Sir Alex Ferguson.
Sharp and Stuart traded memories of their time at the Club, with both keen to talk at length about the likes of Neville Southall and Howard Kendall, as well as offering their thoughts on the current squad.
Everton in the Community wristbands were on sale at the event to help spread awareness of the 25th anniversary celebrations for the Club's charity. Click here to find out more.
There was also complimentary Chang beer and pies, with the evening culminating in a free raffle with prizes signed by the panel.
Supporters who have been Season Ticket holders for 10 or more years will be contacted via email or letter with regards to any future Stand Together events.