Supporters are being invited to apply to become the latest members of the Club’s official Fans’ Forum.
The Everton Fans’ Forum has launched a campaign to recruit new members to the group which offers the Blues’ expert and invaluable insight into the feelings of the fanbase.
Four Evertonians are being sought for the committee to replace outgoing members, which allows supporters to help shape the decision-making process at the Club.
Chaired by Tony Bott, the group has made a significant contribution to key Club decisions since its formation, offering insightful feedback, constructive criticism and taking on specific projects.
Season Ticket pricing, improving the matchday experience, providing feedback for the away fan initiative, the relocation of the Dixie Dean statue and the permanent lighting of the Everton tower are just some of the areas the forum has focussed on over the last 12 months.
Bott said: “The Fans’ Forum is important for supporters and the Club. The forum continues to evolve and the Club and fans are working together to achieve the best possible format.”
The existing forum will meet in November to review applications with input from Club officials.
Alan Myers, Director of Communications, said: “Everton Football Club is committed to listening to its supporters and the Everton Fans’ Forum is the ideal platform for fans to express their views on behalf of other fans.
“I would urge all passionate Evertonians – from all walks of life – to apply and help the Club to be Nothing But The Best!”
If you want to have your say, simply visit evertonfc.com/fansforumapplication to complete an application form, explaining in no more than 100 words why you would make a suitable candidate.
Applicants are asked to fill in the form to the best of their ability. The closing date for applications is Wednesday 6 November at 8pm and all applications are greatly appreciated.
For more information visit evertonfc.com/fansforumapplication