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Keep up to date with the latest Everton FC news, and check out daily articles on the Toffees. From transfer exclusives, to breaking news, we have got you covered. We have all the content you need so you do not miss out on the action – your number one source for Everton FC news!

Everton FC History

Everton Football Club originated from St. Domingo Church Sunday School, which was founded in 1878. Two years later their name was changed to Everton, after a district in Liverpool. In their 142 years of existence, they have been in the top flight of English football, and only spent four years in a lower division.

The Toffees began playing their football at Stanley Park until 1882, soon after they moved to Priory Road for a brief spell, and later relocated to the legendary Anfield which was soon bought by Liverpool in 1892. From this date Everton built their own stadium – Goodison Park, which was the first ever major football stadium built in England. Get the latest Everton FC news from Goodison Park as soon as it breaks!

Everton are an English club with history they should be proud of. They have nine First Division titles, five FA Cups, and a memorable UEFA European Cup Winners’ Cup in 1985. Despite past success, the last trophy delivered to Goodison Park was the FA Cup which they won in 1995 soon after the Premier League began.

One of the most historic Everton moments was their 3-1 victory over Rapid Vienna in Rotterdam, to claim the European Cup Winners’ Cup in 1985 for the first time in the clubs history. After overcoming the mighty Bayern Munich in the semi-finals, Howard Kendall’s side were full of confidence and went on to add the ECWC to their league title. The Toffees could have won the treble in 1985; however, fell short to Manchester United in extra time of the FA Cup final.

Dixie Dean is the Toffees all-time top goal-scorer with 383 goals. Dean also holds the record for most goals scored in a First Division season, with an incredible 60 goals in 39 games, this is a record which is very unlikely to ever be broken. Former Everton Romelu Lukaku is the Toffees all-time top Premier League goalscorer with 68 goals.

Legend, Carlo Ancelotti has recently returned to the Premier League to take charge of Everton. He got off to a great start; however, it is clear that they still need strengthening in some positions. Ancelotti is known for giving younger players a chance, and he has prompted the revival of Dominic Calvert-Lewin, and young Italien Moise Kean who was low in confidence – get the latest Everton player news here!

Everton are currently sitting mid-table, but are confident in clinching a spot in the Europa League, which will surely attract top players to the club – check out daily Everton FC news, including breaking transfer stories and rumours.

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