Our Everton FC fan guide includes Everton fan sites, podcasts, fanzines, fan art, independent online stores, Everton matchday pubs and more.

Everton Fan Sites

There’s plenty of Everton fan sites out there but we recommend checking out https://www.grandoldteam.com/ for all the latest news, match previews, reviews and one of the best fan forums. In 2019 Grand Old Team was recognised as the Best Forum in world football at The Football Blogging Awards.

Another great site is https://www.toffeeweb.com/ which has all the latest news and articles from columnists and fans.

It’s also worth checking out theses fan sites;

http://www.nsno.co.uk/
https://www.evertonarentwe.com/

Everton Social Media Pages

Blue Kipper is a well established page so if you like your Everton news and views in 280 characters then follow them on Twitter. Everton Blue Army is another one to get following blues!

Toffee TVEFC is an independent Everton media channel on Youtube discussing the all things to do with Everton including Match Previews, Instant Match Reactions, Match Reviews, Starting XI videos and all the latest transfer gossip and news regarding the Blues.

The Everton Fan’s Forum provides an open, honest and transparent dialogue with EFC on all club issues and supporters match day experience’s.

Everton Podcasts

All Together Now is a weekly Everton podcast recorded live from the Bramley Moore with Blue-themed debate, exclusive interviews, analysis, guests and more.

The Unholy Trinity podcast provides match previews, reviews and topical discusssions.

Royal Blue Everton podcasts from the Liverpool ECHO, including the main Royal Blue show with Phil Kirkbride, Dave Prentice, Adam Jones, Sam Carroll, Chris Beesley, Paul Wheelock and Gavin Buckland, the Alan Myers Everton Podcast, and View from the Gwladys Street with Ian Croll.

The American Toffee is the US podcast for all things Everton.

The School of Science podcast by the Royal Blue Mersey discussing fixtures and transfers plus match analysis.

Everton Business Matters podcast looks at Everton’s business and commercial matters, if you’re looking for an EFC podcast with a different angle.

Everton Artwork & Online Stores

If you’re looking for some amazing Everton artwork or gifts for your favourie Evertonian then https://www.toffeeart.co.uk/ is a great place to start. The Everton Periodic Table is definitely one to check out on here.

Check out EFC Edits on Twitter for some brilliant ‘edits’ of classic Everton kits and your favourite players.

The Art of Football Everton Collection has some fantastic Everton prints and t-shirts, featuring Big Dunc, Tim Cahill and more.

Everton Fanzines

The Black Watch is an Everton fanzine established in 2017, edited and written by matchgoing Evertonians. They usually publish issues every 4-6 weeks throughout the season. You can get a subscription and buy past issues along with other merch at https://theblackwatchfanzine.bigcartel.com/ Also available on match days.

Tern is a new Everton fanzine “Our aim is to produce a Zine for Everton fans that not only provides work from the best Everton writers about but also (more importantly) looks dead nice knocking around on your coffee table at home.” Mission accomplished! Visit https://www.ternzine.com/ to buy past issues and to keep up to date with their future releases.

Everton FC Street Art

EFC Street Art

Street art is becoming an important part of football fan culture and there’s some great murals around Goodison Park;

Everton Subbuteo by Paul Curtis (Bullens Road Ticket Office, Goodison Park)
#EFCMATCHDAY by Paul Curtis (Car park, Park End, Goodison Park)
Dixie Dean (End terrace house on Goodison Road)

Everton Matchday Pubs

The Croc (Harrington St, Liverpool, L2 9QA)
Le Crack (13 Rice St, Liverpool L1 9BB)
The Winslow (Goodison Road)
Thomas Frost (Walton Rd, Liverpool L4 4AJ)
The Spellow (Goodison Road)

St Luke’s Church on Matchdays

A visit to St Luke’s church (16 Goodison Road) before every home match is a tradition for many Evertonians with the Everton Heritage Society, memorabilia, exhibits, old footage, programmes and more. It’s a great spot to grab a cuppa before kick off too.

Where’s your best chance to meet the EFC players?

After home games you might be able to catch the players as they head back to their cars at the Park end of the stadium. But your best chance of meeting the players is at the clubs training ground, USM Finch Farm. After the players have finished a training session they will usually stop at the entrance gates, sign autographs and take pictures from their cars. 

Everton FC Stadium Tour

Everton Goodison Park Dixie Dean By GlamGigPics

Photo Credit – Glam Gig Pics

Visit https://www.evertonfc.com/tickets/stadium-tours to find out more about the official Everton FC stadium tour.

Everton UK Supporters Clubs

Visit https://www.evertonfc.com/club/supporters-clubs/supporters-clubs-directory to find your nearest EFC Supporters club.

Everton International Supporters Clubs

Visit https://www.evertonfc.com/club/supporters-clubs/supporters-clubs-directory to find your nearest EFC Supporters club.

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