With only two weeks to go until the start of the 2016/17 Premier League season, all Evertonians who have purchased a Season Ticket can expect it to land on their doorsteps from Saturday onwards.
The first batch of Season Ticket cards will be despatched on Friday and the process will run until the middle of next week.
The Club advises all fans to wait until Monday 8 August to receive their Season Ticket and if it has not arrived by that point to then contact the Ticket Office.
Ahead of the new Season Ticket packs being despatched, Everton invited a fan from each age category to the Blues’ state-of-the-art Finch Farm training complex to give them a sneak-preview of the artwork on their new Season Ticket cards.
Each card for the 2016/17 campaign displays an iconic Everton hero synonymous with the age category of the Season Ticket holder.
Representing the ‘Kids’ age category is recently-departed Everton goalkeeper Tim Howard who had been with the Club for 10 years - or the lifetime of the majority of the young Blues in this age category.
Waving the flag for the ‘Juniors’ is former Blues favourite Tim Cahill who is the face of the Season Ticket card for 11-17 year-old Evertonians. Socceroos star Cahill spent eight years in the Blue half of Merseyside, establishing an extra special relationship with the Toffees faithful.
The face of the ‘Young Adults’ Season Ticket card is Everton Giant Duncan Ferguson who regularly talks about his “unbelievable relationship with the best fans in the country, if not the world.”
Representing the ‘Adult’ category, which runs from 22 – 64 years-of-age, are members of the 1985 team, the most successful side in the Club’s history who won the First Division along with the European Cup Winners’ Cup.
The final age category is for ‘Seniors’ and fittingly the Club’s most successful manager, Howard Kendall, has been chosen to be the face of their Season Ticket cards. The man who once said “I have the honour of being the most successful manager in the history of Everton Football Club, one of the greatest and the biggest clubs in the world.”