Everton entertain Manchester City at Goodison Park on Saturday afternoon in a game that has been dedicated to bowel cancer awareness campaign “Know the Score”.
Opening at 2.30pm, the FanZone is the perfect place to get in the matchday mood.
With live music coming from Turbulence, the FanZone will see the likes of opposition journalist Andy Buckley and Radio Manchester's Fred Eyre give the lowdown on our guests, and former Blue Mike Newell provide the team news.
There will also be interviews with Nicky Johns, a former professional player who lost his son to bowel cancer, and Mark Powell from RNIB.
And Evertonians have the chance to win a £25 shop voucher through two competitions - a picture quiz and "Play Your Cards Right".
THE MATCHDAY HUB
The Matchday Hub will be open from 2.30pm until 5.30pm and boasts a games area, a DJ, craft sessions and face painting. The Heritage Society will also be in attendance, as well as Match Attax.
There will be a children's meal deal for £5, which includes chicken nuggets or a giant sausage roll with fries and a soft drink. Adult meals are on offer at £5.50 and include a steak and ale pie, chips, peas and gravy.
Everton in the Community staff will be delivering three football coaching sessions on Saturday. Ages 5-7 will be at 3.30pm, ages 8-10 at 4pm and ages 11+ at 4.30pm.
EitC will also have their book stand open, as well an EDSA information area.
THE COMMUNITY HUB
The cafe is open from 2.30pm until 5.30pm with pre-packed sandwiches, tea, coffee, soft drinks and snacks available.
ST LUKE’S CHURCH
The Everton FC Heritage Society will be located upstairs at St Luke's Church with displays covering the history of the Blues.
There will be stalls selling old programmes, memorabilia and merchandise.
Visiting fans are always welcome and we have a feature on the opponents of the day, including a DVD showing goals from previous encounters.