Everton Under-23s will lift the Premier League 2 title in their final game of the season against local rivals Liverpool at Goodison Park on Monday 8 May – and fans can once again come along to support the team for free!
The Blues' second string are league champions, with second-placed Manchester City now six points behind with just one game left of the season.
It means David Unsworth’s side will be confirmed as champions in the mini-Merseyside derby.
Ahead of the 7pm kick-off there will be donation buckets around Goodison to help raise much-needed funds for the Under-23s ‘Home Is Where The Heart Is’ fundraising campaign which is seeking to raise £230,000 to house a living initiative for young people on the brink of homelessness across the city of Liverpool.
The funds raised will be used to purchase, and operate, a house close to Goodison, which will offer 16 to 23-year-olds who have fallen on hard times, or have perhaps fallen out of the care system, a roof over their heads.
Everton in the Community, the Blues’ official charity, will also play a large role in their development moving forward by providing them with access to key services, including health and wellbeing support and assistance with education, employment and training.
There will also be entertainment in the Everton Fan Zone prior to kick-off with special guests and various activities for fans in attendance to enjoy.
The first allocation of tickets will be available in the Upper Bullens Stand and can be collected from Wednesday 26 April from Everton One, Everton Two or the Park End Box Office.
If you would like to support the ‘Home Is Where The Heart Is’ campaign there are plenty of ways to do so. You can click here
to donate directly to the cause or alternatively, please complete the form below if you are able to support the campaign with items or services which could be used for developing the house or perhaps help a young person with their social development such as driving lessons or clothing for job interviews.