Fan of the Year
Every year, Everton recognise the dedication and support of a special fan.
This time, Terry Parker won the award.
Terry has been supporting Everton home and away since World War II. Now aged 73, he goes to every single home game and makes nearly every away trip too.
He has also ensured his son and daughter have become dedicated Evertonians too.
Hundreds of nominations for the prize were made via evertonfc.com and the awards panel then looked over the entrants.
The panel consisted of Leon Osman, Graeme Sharp, Sir Phillip Carter, Ronnie Goodlass and Dominic King of the Liverpool Echo.
Sharpy explained; "We were really impressed that Terry gets to almost every game, especially at his age.
"The fact that he has made sure his family follows Everton too is typical of everything about the club!"
Terry received his award - a signed shirt - from lifelong hero Peter Reid.
And he said: "I have had great pleasure from following the team since 1945.
"It hasn't always been easy to get to all the games but I am determined to keep following this club."