Stay For The Lap Of Appreciation
Players to thank fans following game against Manchester City.
Everton's players will take part in a lap on appreciation following Saturday's game against Manchester City to mark the end of their Goodison Park campaign.
The Blues are taking on the Premier League title hopefuls on home soil and supporters are able to stay behind after the match to watch the annual end of term activities unfold.
Following the final whistle, the players will return to the dressing room, at which time videos showcasing the highlights of a memorable 2013/14 season will be shown on the big screens.
Roberto Martinez and his players will then re-emerge from the tunnel and complete a lap of the pitch - while t-shirts bearing the slogan 'Proud to be Blue' will also be fired by the players into the crowd using a t-shirt cannon.
However, the end of season lap of appreciation is just one of many activities going on at Goodison Park this weekend!
A huge crowd flag has been produced and will travel from the Upper Gwladys and across the Upper Bullens moments before kick-off to salute manager Martinez at the end of his first campaign in charge. Supporters' own flags will also be draped around the stadium.
In the build-up to kick off, the Fan Zone will open at 3.30pm for entertainment, giveaways and live music - including a not-to-be-missed duet by local singer Jennifer Jewell and former Goodison great Ian Snodin.
Meanwhile, the Players' Parade will get underway from 3pm, giving fans the chance to meet and greet the squad on arrival in the Park End car park.
Also outside the ground, the Everton stilt-walkers return and will be handing out miniature flags to junior Blues, while percussion group Batala will be marching down Goodison Road drumming up the atmosphere.
For those not attending the final home game of the campaign, free live radio commentary will be available via evertonfc.com.
And Evertonians around the world will also be able to show they are proud of the team this season by printing out specially-designed cards and tweeting @Everton using #proudtobeblue. Supporters can find these attached to this story.
An exhibition showcasing Goodison Park's role in the 1966 World Cup is also taking place at St Luke's Church and more information about the event can be found here.
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