When Tottenham Hotspur visit Goodison Park on Sunday there will be much more going on at Goodison Park than the 90 minutes on the pitch.
Of course, watching the Blues hopefully come away with three vital points is top of the bill but around the ground, the club will be saluting the men and women who serve in the Armed Forces as this is our fixture dedicated to Remembrance Day.
Here's our guide to what's happening...
Blues favourite Adrian Heath will be presented to the crowd at half-time. The former Everton midfielder is currently Head Coach os USL-Pro side Orlando City and has just won his second league title in three years at the club.
The Players' Parade will once again be in operation, allowing supporters to get autographs and pictures with their favourite Everton players. Situated towards the Bullens Road side of the Park End car park, players usually arrive from around two-and-a-half hours before kick off.
The Fan Zone will be up and running as well, with participants from Everton in the Community's Inside Right programme - which helps Armed Forces personnel suffering from mental health issues - talking about how the initiative has helped them. The British Legion will also be collecting on behalf of the Poppy Appeal.
The Matchday Programme has a special Rememberance Day themed cover. Inside, there is the usual latest from manager Roberto Martinez and skipper Phil Jagielka, while Steven Pienaar is the featured player interview.
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