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Welcome To Yet Another Everton Website!!!

The purpose of this site is to provide a comprehensive record of the results of all competitive games played by Everton since their formation, together with details of player appearances and goals.

There are lots of links on the left that break down the information into different categories (as explained down below) so go ahead and click on one and see what you get!

The title bar above currently features Howard Kendall and Ted Sagar, two former Everton legends - one a top midfielder and the most successful manager in our history, the other one of England's best ever keepers.
Click on their photos to see brief details of their Everton careers and appearances & goals.


The title bar images will change every so often so that you'll get to see a whole host of Everton greats throughout the months and years ahead.  Images (and career summaries) of previous weeks' legends can be seen by clicking the 'Previous Legends' link on the left, where you'll also find a link to take you to details of the less-than-legendary donkeys like Claus Thomsen who have 'starred' in the 'Apart From ...' feature!

Royle, Young, Reid, Sharp, Watson, Lyons, Ball, Jones, Southall, Hickson, Kendall, Latchford, Labone, Sagar, Ratcliffe, Dean

This Day in Everton's History

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The 2015-16 Season

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On This Day In The Past?
v Tottenham           v West Brom
on Aug 13                   on Aug 20

A Nice Way To End A Turbulent Season ...

- ... well done to Joe Royle and David Unsworth for providing some relief at last!

- the win against Norwich was the 1,200th home victory in our Top Flight history
- and we have now scored 4,252 goals at home in the Top Flight

- it was our 50th League meeting with the Canaries
- and we've now only lost once against them in our last 15 meetings home and away in all competitions - W7 D7 L1
- at Goodison we are unbeaten in their last 9 visits now in all games - W6 D3 L0

- and there have now been 10 penalties in all Everton/Norwich fixtures
- and still only 1 to Norwich - and they missed it!
- that was at Carrow Road in January 1983
- Jim Arnold saved John Deehan's last minute spot-kick to give us a 1-0 win!

- it was a welcome return to penalty-taking duties for Leighton Baines!
- he's now scored 21 of the 23 he has taken for us in all competitions
- in the League his record is 15 successes from 16 taken

- in all competitions only David Unsworth (23 from 26) and Trevor Steven (23 from 29) have scored more for us
- in the League Tricky Trev scored 20 from 22 and Rhino managed 19 from 22
- Bainesy is now 3rd best, level with Roy Vernon who also converted 15 of his 16 League spot-kicks the club

- the Norwich match was, of course, Tim Howard's final game for the club
- Tim ends his Everton days on 414 appearances in all competitions
- that puts him 13th on our All-Time Appearances chart
- he's also 13th on our All-Time League Appearances chart with 354 games for us
- those 354 League games were all in the Premier League, of course
- and they are enough to see him at the top of our All-Time Prem Appearances chart

- and Tim ended with a clean sheet too!
- that was the club's first since Palace away in April and Tim's first since Man City away in January

- he finishes at Everton with 133 clean sheets in all competitions, 3rd on our All-Time Clean Sheets chart
- in League games he racked up 116 - enough to top our All-Time Prem Clean Sheets chart
- and to see him in 3rd place on our All-Time League Clean Sheets chart

- well done Tim - and good luck in the MLS!

- Leighton Baines played his 280th League game for us against Norwich
- he's moved into 27th place on his own on our All-Time League Appearances chart
- Bainesy is 1 ahead of 1910s/20s legend Sam Chedgzoy

- and it was Leighton's 264th League start for us
- that's the same as 1910s/20s half-back Tom Fleetwood
- they're in joint 31st position on our All-Time League Starts list
- Phil Jagielka is now in equal 39th place on that list
- he's level with 1900s keeper Billy Scott on 251 League starts for the club

- Ross Barkley's latest appearance was his 48th consecutive game for us in the Prem
- Ross is the 12th player in our Premier League history to reach over 47 successive games

- and of course Ross came off the bench to play against Norwich
- he's now made 27 sub appearances for us in the League - the same as Wayne Rooney did!
- they are in joint 18th place on our All-Time League Sub Appearances chart

- congratulations to Jonjoe Kenny on his Everton debut!
- we've now had 882 different players in all competitions, 861 in the League and 201 in the Prem

- Tom Davies and Kieran Dowell, meanwhile, both made their first starts for the club in the Norwich game
- well done to them!
- we've now had 861 different starters in our history, 840 in the League and 185 in the Prem

- and Tom was only 17 years 320 days old on the day of the game
- he is the 21st youngest player to start a League game for us, the 24th in all competitions

- James McCarthy, Leighton Baines and Kevin Mirallas scored the goals against Norwich
- Leighton and Kev are now level in 11th place on our All-Time Prem Scoring chart
- they each have 25 Prem goals for us - the same as Fellaini, Radzinski and the Yak
- Jimmy Mac sneaks into joint 58th place on that list with his 5th Prem goal for us

- a quick summary of the season then:

- like last season we finished 11th in the Premier League with 47 points
- it's the first time we've had back-to-back lower-half finishes since 2000/01 and 2001/02
- that was actually the end of a run of 6 successive lower-half finishes!

- our home form this season was disastrous!

- we ended with 23 home League points, the lowest in our history
- fewest Everton home League points in a season (using a 3 points/win basis):
   23 - 2015/16
   24 - 1957/58 1888/89
   25 - 1996/97 1929/30 and 1896/97

- we conceded 30 home League goals, equalling the most in our Prem history
- most Everton home Premier League goals conceded in a season:
   30 - 2015/16 1993/94
   27 - 2000/01 1997/98 and 1992/93

- we won the equal 2nd fewest home League matches in our history
- fewest Everton home League wins in a season:
   5 - 1957/58
   6 - 2015/16 2000/01 1998/99 1949/50 and 1929/30

- we lost the equal 2nd most home League games in our history
- most Everton home League defeats in a season:
   9 - 1993/94 1950/51 1947/48 and 1912/13
   8 - 2015/16 1996/97 1992/93 1929/30 and 1928/29

- things were better away from Goodison, though!

- we lost our equal 2nd fewest away League games
- fewest Everton away League defeats in a season:
   4 - 2008/09 1969/70 1968/69 1953/54 and 1889/90
   5 - 2015/16 2013/14 1914/15 1908/09 1894/95 and 1890/91

- our 9 away League draws was also the 2nd highest amount we've clocked up in a League season
- 2006/07 was the last time we did that - and 10 (on 4 previous occasions) is our highest

- Romelu Lukaku didn't score at all in our last 11 games of the season (he only played in 10 of them)
- despite that he clocked up 25 goals for us in all competitions this season
- that's the most for us since Gary Lineker's 40 in 1985/86

- Rom also hit 18 for us in the League
- that's the most since Lineker and Sharp scored 30 and 19 respectively in that 1985/86 season

- and that's it for now!
- thanks for tuning in - I'll be back in July
- in the meantime I'll be posting intermittent nonsense on Twitter
- and be prepared for some exciting book news in the coming weeks/months!

- COYB!!


- John Stones is our latest Number 5, after changing his squad number this season
- so, why not have a look at all of the previous Evertonians who have played for us as a Number 5

- and why not immerse yourself in finding out how we fared during World War I?!
- all of the usual comprehensive stats are there for each of the 4 seasons that we played during the Great War

Notable Forthcoming Anniversaries and Milestones

Gareth Barry
needs 2 more Premier League appearances to reach 100 for us - so far he's made 97 starts + 1 as a sub
Muhamed Besic
needs 2 more appearances to reach 50 for us in all competitions - he's made 31 starts + 17 as a sub so far



Dates of Birth


 

 Dates

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 Birthday In The Past?
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Appearances, Goals & Clean Sheets  

Who Has Played The Most Times For Us? 
Who's Scored The Most Goals? 
Is Big Dunc Our Most Used Sub Ever? 
Click On The Link And Find Out! 

 Scores

 When We're Good, We're Good.
 When We're Bad, We're Terrible!
 What's The Most Goals We've Ever Scored,
 Or Conceded, In Any One Match?
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Attendances 

Did Over 70,000 People Really Used To Come 
And Watch Us At Home? 
And What Were Our Smallest Crowds, 
Home And Away? 
Click On The Link To See The Figures! 

 Seasons

 Remember 1950-51? We Were Bad!
 Remember 1984-85? We Were Good!!
 Remember 1921-22? Er, No, Thought Not!
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Opponents 

Did We Really Once Lose To Glossop? 
How Bad Have We Been Against Man Utd 
In The Premier League?! 
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 Sequences

 What's Our Best Run Of Victories?
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 What's The Longest We've Gone Without
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