Our Fans And Our Community

FAQs 

 

What does Everton do in the community?

Where can I buy Everton football kits and official merchandise?

How can I nominate someone to become a mascot or Toffee Lady?

I am visiting Goodison Park and need somewhere to stay?

Do Everton Football Club send out cards to supporters?

Can Everton supply information to students for research purposes?

 

 


What does Everton do in the community?

Everton in the Community is the Club’s official charity. It aims to use the power of sport to motivate, educate and inspire people in Everton’s local communities to improve their life chances. From sports development to employment, education and health, EITC is involved in multiple outreach programmes improving the quality of life for some of the most hard-to-reach groups in Liverpool. For more information on Everton In the Community and its programmes, click here.


Where can I buy Everton football kits and official merchandise?

The official Everton Football Club stores are the home of all things Everton. You’ll find a full Club merchandise collection, where you can browse everything from fashion and memorabilia to training gear and much more. Sizes and styles are available for men, women and children.

Everton One is located at Goodison Park, 183-189 Walton Ln, Liverpool, L4 4HH and is open at the following times:

Monday to Friday: 9.30am - 5.30pm
Saturday: 9am - 6pm
Sunday: 10am - 4pm

Everton Two is located in the Liverpool One shopping area in the heart of the city centre. You can visit the store at 11 South John Street Liverpool, L1 8BU at the following times:

Monday to Friday: 9.30am - 7pm
Saturday: 9am - 6pm
Sunday: 11am - 5pm

Please note that times may differ around public holidays. Also, on matchdays the stadium store, Everton One, will close at kick off and re-open for an hour after the match.

Belfast store, Castle Lane. Opening hours: Tuesday-Saturday, 10am-5pm.

You can also shop online here.


How can I nominate someone to become a mascot or Toffee Lady?

For every competitive first-team game, one young supporter is chosen to fulfil their dream of becoming an Everton mascot, while a fan is also chosen to be our Toffee Lady, with no charge for either experience.

Everton’s official mascots are chosen from our list of junior Official Members and Season Ticket Members between the ages of five and 12. Toffee Ladys are selected from adult Official Members and Season Ticket holders. Fans from these lists will be chosen completely at random and then notified by mail.

If you are not already an Official Member or Season Ticket Member, you can purchase a membership here or by calling the box office on 0151 556 1878 to be in with a chance of winning one of these experiences.


I am visiting Goodison Park and need somewhere to stay?

Liverpool has a wide range of accommodation to suit every taste and budget. Whether you want to stay close to Goodison or in the heart of the city, visitliverpool.com has links to hundreds of options, from hotels and B&Bs to self-catering. Click here to visit the website.


Do Everton Football Club send out cards to supporters?

We can send out cards signed by members of the first-team squad to mark a special event.

If you would like us to send a friend or family member a birthday, wedding or get well soon card, please send us the name and address of the recipient(s) via the contact us form.

We do receive a high number of requests, so can you please provide details of the date and the event that is taking place (birthday, wedding etc) and we will do our utmost to ensure the card is sent on time.

Unfortunately, we are unable to send out personalised cards signed by individual members of the first-team squad.

If you would like a card in memory of a friend or family member, please send us the name and address of the recipient(s) and also the name of the deceased using the contact us form.

Can Everton supply information to students for research purposes?

We receive a high volume of research requests. Unfortunately, we are unable to accommodate all these requests. Entering too many research projects would detract from our focus of developing elite professional footballers. As such, we cannot support any further research proposals from outside of the Club’s pre-existing research.