Watch Title-Winning U23s And Support Campaign

Evertonians can watch David Unsworth’s title-winning Under-23s end a memorable campaign against Liverpool at Goodison Park on Monday 8 May - and support the young Blues’ inspiring ‘Home is Where the Heart is’ campaign in the process.

It will be a chance for fans to see the young Blues lift the Premier League 2 trophy, watch a mini-derby, while learning more about the squad’s fundraising campaign and support their efforts to raise £230,000 to help the city’s homeless.

The game kicks off at 7pm with admission free for all supporters. Tickets are now available to collect from the Park End box office, Everton One or Everton Two.

As the game is a dedicated fixture to raise awareness and funds for the ‘Home Is Where The Heart Is’ campaign, which has as its goal the development of a supported living initiative for young people between the ages of 16-23, there will be donation buckets on entry at the turnstiles for fans to show their support.
If you are unable to attend the game, you can watch it live on evertontv. A £3.99 donation to the ‘Home Is Where The Heart Is’ fund will give you exclusive live access to the full 90 minutes of the game – with commentary provided by Darren Griffiths and a Club Ambassador. Visit to make your donation and book your live stream.

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.

For more information, and details on how to donate to the campaign, click here.

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