Everton host Chelsea on Sunday looking to make it nine consecutive Premier League wins at Goodison Park.
There will be plenty going on in and around the stadium before the big kick-off at 2.05pm.
Take a look below to find out what's going on at our various locations…
Former Everton goalkeeper Jim Arnold will be our special guest on the FanZone stage, with all the fun kicking off with hosts Jennifer Jewell and Gavin Pettifor from the earlier time of 11am.
As well as a chance to hear from ex-Blues custodian Arnold, there will also be representatives from the title-winning Under-23s side and live music from The Mac Brothers.
Visitors to the FanZone will also get the lowdown on Chelsea from an opposition journalist and there will be the usual picture quiz with a special prize - two tickets to The Dixies, the Club’s end of season awards night.
Also look out for the NHS Blood and Transplant recruitment vehicle and food bank, which will be on site from 10am.
Fans will be able to purchase tickets for the Club’s End Of Season Awards, The Dixies, from the Box Office on Sunday.
Tickets start from just £30, with this year’s revamped event – which will be attended by Ronald Koeman and his first-team squad - promising to be the biggest and best yet.
Also opening at 11am, the Hub is the perfect place for Blue families, with free football coaching sessions available for younger fans before the big kick-off (Ages 5-7 at 12pm/8-10 at 12.30pm/11+ at 1pm).
There will also be a Heritage Society display, Match Attax, children’s games, face painting, crafts sessions, information about Autism, EDSA and The Rainbow Toffees and two chances to win a £25 Everton voucher in our poster designing competition and picture quiz!
Like the Fan Zone, there is plenty of food and drink available, including a children’s meal deal offer of chicken nuggets or a hot dog with fries and a soft drink for £4.50 and an adult meal deal of steak and ale pie and chips for £5.
THE PEOPLE’S HUB
If you’re looking for somewhere a bit quieter to relax ahead of kick-off, why not try The People’s Hub cafe?
The facility on Spellow Lane is open from 10am and closes at 1.30pm.
ST LUKE’S CHURCH
Open prior to kick-off, why not pop in for a cup of tea or coffee and brush up on your Everton history? The Heritage Society will be showing off memorabilia and exhibitions themed around the Blues’ rich history.
Head inside early to catch all the pre-match build-up, including the Toffee Lady and player warm-up!