Everton remember the famous title-winning season, 50 years on.
The 50th anniversary of Everton’s 1962/63 Championship-winning season was celebrated at Saturday’s home match against Fulham.
Five members of that famous Toffees team – Derek Temple, Mick Meagan, Tony Kay, Alex Young and Billy Bingham - attended the game as special guests of the Club.
At half-time, the quintet were paraded onto the turf they used to grace and received a heroes’ reception from the Goodison Park faithful.
The Club also paid tribute to the members of that squad that are no longer alive, with a memorial video displayed on the big screen featuring Harry Catterick (1919-1985), as well as players Brian Labone (1940-2006), Brian Harris (1935-2008), Gordon West (1943-2012), Albert Dunlop (1932-1990), Alex Parker (1935-2010), Alex Scott (1937-2001), Dennis Stevens (1933-2012), Roy Vernon (1937-1993) and George Heslop (1940-2006).
In addition, hit songs from the 1960s were played ahead of kick-off, while the matchday programme included a special pull-out section reviewing one of the most famous seasons in Everton’s long and illustrious history.