The Blues On YouTube
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Have you subscribed to Everton’s official YouTube channel yet?
If not, you are missing a wealth of free and exclusive behind the scenes content, direct from Club’s headquarters at Goodison Park and Finch Farm.
>> Click here now to subscribe to the official Everton YouTube channel and enjoy the content on offer.
Launched this summer, Everton’s YouTube channel is now populated with over 120 videos, ranging from feature interviews, training ground challenges and comical outtakes.
And, produced by the Club’s in-house media team, Everton’s YouTube content has now had well over 1,000,000 views.
>> Click here and watch ‘Goodison Park: A day in the life’ .
Throughout the course of the season, the Blues’ first-team squad will be participating in a number of a light-hearted games and challenges – all to be caught by the Club’s YouTube cameras.
Initial filming has already taken place for Blueseye – a nine-dart task to discover who is king of the Finch Farm oche.
>> Click here and watch Roberto Martinez offering a short tutorial on how to pronounce Gerard Deulofeu’s name.
Also planned for YouTube in the near future is the live streaming of press conferences, meaning you can catch thoughts of manager Roberto Martinez instantaneously - wherever in the world you are logging in from.
We are only a month into the new campaign, but Access Goodison – an insight into the inner workings on a home matchday – has already proved a popular feature, with the West Bromwich Albion and Stevenage editions drawing in thousands of views.
There are plenty of quirky features from pre-season, including footage from the Under-21s’ training camp in Spain where coach Alan Stubbs tasked his players with various skills challenges.
Also be sure not to miss the outtakes reels, green screen footage, kit launch features and training ground action.
>> Click here and watch Everton’s Under-21s squad attempting the crossbar challenge.
evertontv will continue to provide widespread match coverage with pre-game build-up, full-time reaction and extended highlights – but YouTube will be the place to access areas of the Club that have never been seen on video before.
Everton’s YouTube content can be viewed on almost all internet accessible devices, be it laptop, tablet, mobile phone or television.
>> Click here now to subscribe to the official Everton YouTube channel and enjoy the free content on offer.