Graham Stuart joins evertontv's Darren Griffiths to look ahead to Saturday's game.
Pardew discusses Blues' Europa League campaign, plus Martinez and Joel.
Up-to-the-minute updates from the Club's official social channels.
See when our ticketing outlets are open.
Warm up this winter with official Everton equipment.
With up to 70% off.
On a great range of men's polos.
Catch up with the very latest press briefing from the boss.
A rundown of the latest injuries and suspensions affecting the senior squad.
Huge demand means we've created new off-site package.
Enjoy hospitality for six as part of optimum package.
Take a step inside the world-renowned Everton Academy.
There are a range of products available offering you a chance to win big money prizes.
Details on our forthcoming coaching camps for youngsters.
An interactive journey through our illustrious history, from 1878 to present day.
Learn all you need to know about the men who have sat in the managerial hotseat.
Learn more about the charity that supports former Blues.
Information, meeting notes and contact details of supporter group.
Find the nearest Supporters' Club to you on our interactive map.
Everton's array of partners deliver a plethora of offers and benefits for our fans.
Crystal Palace (A) Sat 31 Jan 2015, 15:00, Barclays Premier League
by Daniel Alston
27 August 2014 17:50
Bryan Oviedo led an Everton contingent who visited Alder Hey Children’s Hospital on Tuesday afternoon.The left-back was joined by Under-21 players Matthew Pennington and Ben McLaughlin as they took part in patient therapy sessions.Accompanied by former player Graham Stuart, the Blues quartet spent their time in the Physiotherapy Unit interacting with patients and their siblings and getting involved with all types of activities including hula hooping, basketball and football.Oviedo challenged a young Evertonian to a game of FIFA whilst Pennington and McLaughlin showed off their Connect4 skills in a series of games with the patients. Everton in the Community staff were also on hand during the visit to assist with the therapy sessions. Since 2008 The Club’s official charity have been delivering daily fun activity workshops at Alder Hey to sick and disabled children and their families.After spending the afternoon meeting with local children and their families, Bryan Oviedo told evertontv: “I have visited Alder Hey a few times during my time with Everton and always enjoy meeting these brave children and their families. "It has been great to come here today to play with the children and help them with their recovery and do our bit to hopefully put smiles on people’s faces.” Gill Kennedy, Events Manager at Alder Hey added: “We were delighted to welcome Graham, Bryan, Ben and Matthew to Alder Hey. Our patients loved meeting them and it was great to see them get involved in the challenges! Alder Hey has a fantastic relationship with Everton Football Club and we hope to see them all again very soon.”
Latest availability for upcoming home and away games.
Winger benefitting from plenty of football at AFCON, says Blues boss.
RM: "The derby is always a phenomenal event but today was a test and one we had to focus on. Now we are really looking forward to it."
RM: "I was pleased with Rom's performance. He was infectious with the way he led the line. He looked powerful and strong." #PALvEFC
RM: "The fans have been fantastic throughout this tough run and they were again today. It was great to celebrate with them at the end."
RM: "I saw the players look refreshed today - mentally as well as physically. You could see them enjoying their football again." #PALvEFC