Club holds service in honour of fallen heroes.
Everton held a Remembrance Day service at Goodison Park on Monday morning.
Reverend Harry Ross led the two-minute silence and armistice tribute in front of gathered supporters and Club staff as the Blues paid respect to the servicemen and women who have given their lives for their country.
The service followed Saturday's minute's silence ahead of Everton's kick-off against Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park.
The Toffees sported special shirts embroidered with 'Everton Remembers' alongside the traditional poppy.
At the Blues' last home game - against Tottenham on 3 November - the Club paid tribute by dedicating the matchday to the armed forces.
Ahead of the game, members of the Army, Navy and Air Force led both sides out of the tunnel, with a wreath laid to mark the memory of those who were lost in conflict.
Both sets of players and supporters then came together to observe an exceptional minute of silence.
Members of Everton in the Community's Inside Right programme also took to the Fan Zone to speak about their experiences and how they have been helped to adjust to civilian life.