Last week we launched a competition in conjunction with Thomas Cook Sport in which we asked for your proudest moments of the season.
The winners, to be chosen and notified later on Thursday, will get their hands on Thomas Cook Sport's tickets for the sold-out clash against Manchester City this weekend.
The match itself, the Club's final home game of the season, is surrounded by activity celebrating the Blues and being an Evertonian. Click here to find out more.
There have been lots of moments that may have made you proud to be Blue this season, both on and off the pitch.
Below are some of your competition entries.
My proudest moment this season was listening to Roberto's speech at the Hillsborough 25th anniversary at Anfield. He spoke eloquently & with great passion and showed the watching world what our great Club stands for.
My proudest moment of the season was taking my son, Jacob, to his first game against Tottenham in November. Not the best game to watch and we only drew 0-0 but by far my best memory of the season, knowing my son is enrolling in the School of Science like his dad!
I was so proud to see the Blues battle against the Reds at Goodison! I felt on that day, the new Everton was born! The determination and grit was long awaited. So close to three points! A satisfactory performance and the resurrection of 'The School of Science' - long May it continue. COYB!
My favourite moment has got to be Ross Barkley's free-kick in December against Swansea. An amazing goal and cheeky taking it but worth it in the end. Boss from Ross, COYB!
My proudest moment was taking my four-year-old son to his first game at Goodison against Cardiff - a six-hour round journey. The feeling of knowing he loves Everton as much as his dad is unbelievable. Now thinks he’s Jagielka!
I was at the Manchester United match on 4 December sat about 15m from the home fans. It was close to the end of the game and we were all singing a round of 'Oviedo Baby'.
One of the United fans stood up and shouted, "What's that?" laughing and shaking his head. Seconds later Oviedo scores the winner, not only giving us our first away win a Old Trafford in years, but also showing the home fans exactly what "that" was.
Accrington away when we got our first glimpse of Roberto Martinez as Everton manager. I knew he was special and he was suited for us straight away.
Although I wasn't there, my proudest moment as a Blue this season was watching the speech from Martinez during the Hillsborough memorial service. It was a moment of pride and total lust for being a Blue. I have never been more proud of management and the team we have.
Here is my moment from this season. It was amazing to get the opportunity for me, my partner and our daughters to meet two of our Blue boys. They were complete gentlemen. They weren't rushing around like they had somewhere else to be and made a real fuss of all the children.
This is why we are the People's Club!
This season has to be the demolition of Manchester United both home and away - especially away as our tremendous midfield outpaced, outsmarted, out-passed the United team. Barkley was surgically running through players as if they were not there. I walked out of both stadiums with head held high, Everton "The School of Science": Part Two.
My proudest moment this season was turning up at 4pm with my young son and his friend for the Palace game. We waited for the players to arrive and everyone of them stopped at each and every person to sign autographs, have photos taken and chat with the supporters.
This is a remarkable experience for youngsters and a typically thoughtful idea from The People's Club. It made me proud to be a Blue and still brings a tear to my eye now.
My proudest moment this year as a Blue has to be on a Boxing Day kick-off that everyone hoped would be a routine win but turned to a disaster in losing 1-0. However, every Evertonian stood proud and supported their team through the tough game and clapped the disheartened team at the end and gave them the support they needed.
My favourite memory of the season was watching my daughter on the pitch as a mini referee on Junior Fans' Day. Only Everton could come up with a great idea like that. 'The People's Club' and one to be proud of.
My proudest moment was my son's first game at Goodison - at 29 days old.
My son David attended his first Everton game against West Ham this season. He was so excited at visiting Goodison for the first time - you can tell by looking at his face!