Everton Football Club
Everton F.C is an English professional football club based in Liverpool that competes in the Premier League. It is placed third in the all-time points rankings and is the second-oldest club in English top division football to have been in existence continuously
Frank Lampard is the First Team Manager of Everton at the moment, and Joe Edwards is his Assistant Manager. The club offers a loyalty reward program that gives those with season tickets who have traveled to the most away games the first choice on away tickets.
Everton F.C and Liverpool Rivalry
Everton’s biggest rival is with Liverpool F.C and their rivalry earned the name ‘The Merseyside Derby’. The dispute between these two clubs started between Everton officials and Liverpool officials who could not agree on Everton’s home ground.
Due to frequent disagreements, Everton relocated to Goodison Park, which resulted in the creation of Liverpool F.C. in 1892. The two clubs have since been in bitter rivalry since these incidents occurred.
Referee issuing a Yellow card in the Merseyside Derby
The “friendly derby” got its name because both sets of fans were frequently spotted standing side by side in both Anfield and Goodison Park wearing red and blue. The derby is typically a sold-out event.
Recent games have a tendency to create quite tense situations on the pitch; the derby has seen more red cards than any other match in Premier League history.
Everton F.C Nick Name
Everton’s most widely recognised nickname is “The Toffees” or “The Toffeemen”, which came about after Everton had moved to Goodison.
Everton F.C Shirt Sponsors
Everton signed a club-record sponsorship deal with the gambling company Stake.com for the 2022–23 season. However, there have been rumors that clubs may soon be prohibited from being sponsored by betting companies
Cazoo and Everton’s shirt sponsorship agreement expired at the end of the 2021–22 campaign. For the 2022–23 season, the club will probably attempt to surpass the $13.2 million (£10 million) per year with their new partner.
Everton F.C Net Worth
Everton F.C has an estimated combined net worth of $2.9 billion as of 2022. Keep in mind that there is no single, standard, or reliable method for determining a club’s net worth. On February 27, the club officially announced Moshiri’s purchase of a 49.9% stake and in January 2022, he expanded his ownership to 94%.
Despite a relegation concern last season and three straight years of huge losses off the field totaling over £400 million, some reports said anyone seeking to purchase Everton altogether would have to pay in the region of £500 million.
Everton F.C Home Stadium
Everton play all their home matches at Goodison Park. It was inaugurated in 1892 as England’s first major football stadium. The stadium has hosted more Premier League football matches than any other stadium in the UK.
Farhad Moshiri, the majority stakeholder of Everton, first met with a US consortium in March to examine potential financial prospects for the club’s new stadium project.
Moshiri was trying to get a loan because the waterfront project in the city was progressing quickly. After consistent funding since his entrance in 2016, he accepted that other people needed to join the project to move it forward.
-Club Manager: Frank Lampard
-Competition: Premier League, FA Cup, Carabao Cup
-Home Stadium: Goodison Park
-Main Rivals: Liverpool Football Club
-Net worth: $940 Million
-Revenue: $259 Million
-Operating Income: -$20 Million
-Debt Value: 13%
-Broadcasting: $641 Million
Everton F.C Socials
Did Everton ever relegated?
Everton have been relegated from the top flight twice, and has never competed in a league below the second division.