Former Everton stars Neville Southall and Gareth Farrelly joined hundreds to run in Everton in the Community’s "If You Know Your History" charity run. After over a year of virtual charity events organised by the charity, this was the first in person event since the pandemic began, with runners trying to raise money for Everton’s new purpose-built mental health hub.
Everton have hosted a stem cell donor clinic to register potential life-savers with the blood cancer charity, DKMS. The event was set up in support of former Toffees defender Gary Stevens' son, Jack, who remains in desperate need of a donor.
As Everton look ahead to this weekend's game against West Ham, how have Pickford, Mina and Digne performed? The international break for Everton began with bad news due to Lucas Digne having to withdraw from France’s squad because of a hamstring injury.
Up to five Liverpool and Everton players could be exempt from old quarantine rules under new government advice if they are vaccinated. On Friday the new rules were unveiled to clubs to a mixed response.
Everton fans will be concerned as first team injuries begin to mount and may be asking which academy youngsters can make the huge step up. In the 1-1 draw at Manchester United, four of Everton’s nine substitutes were academy players.
Everton Women are celebrating back-to-back wins with goals from Anna Anvegard, Claire Emslie and Danielle Turner handing them a 3-0 win away at Reading in the Women's Super League.
Everton will travel to Old Trafford tomorrow (Saturday) as they next face Manchester United. The Blues are coming off a 2-0 win over Norwich City and will be looking to build on this, but manager Rafael Benitez knows his side are in for a tough game.
Ex-Everton prospects Apostolos Vellios, Luke Garbutt and Magaye Gueye have told their stories of where it went wrong for them at Everton, with Vellios revealing his ‘biggest mistake’... Tom Clarke reports