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Raso hits hat-trick as Everton Women brush aside Brighton

Hayley Raso grabbed her first Everton hat-trick as she inspired Everton to a commanding 5-0 WSL victory over Brighton on the south coast. The Australian earned a penalty in the first half when she was tripped, and Izzy Christiansen scored from 12 yards to put the wheels in motion for a dominating performance from Willie Kirk’s side.
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Everton Women to face in-form Brighton on Sunday

Everton Women travel to Brighton & Hove Albion on Sunday for a tough test against a side who have won their last four games. Brighton sit just one place below Everton in sixth in the Women's Super League table, trailing...
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As it happened: Disappointment for Merseyside trio in England U21 opener

Everton duo Ben Godfrey and Tom Davies start for England Under-21s as they kick-off their European Championship campaign against Switzerland.

Everton Women: Season Review

Everton Women have had a largely successful season in the WSL. Having finished 6th in the 2019/20 season, and looking on course for a 5th placed finish this time round, there is real scope for optimism.
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Everton vs Manchester City: FA Cup quarter-final preview

Everton face league leaders Manchester City at Goodison Park on Saturday as Carlo Ancelotti's men look to end City's quadruple hopes by knocking them out of the FA Cup. The Toffees made it through the quarter-finals with a thrilling 5-4 win at home to Tottenham in round five.

Denise Barrett-Baxendale on Everton’s “once in a generation opportunity”

Everton CEO Denise Barrett-Baxendale outlined the benefits of the club's plans for a new stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock in her LJMU Roscoe lecture this week.
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Everton Women defeated by dominant Chelsea

Everton slipped to a 3-0 defeat at home to Chelsea in Wednesday night's WSL encounter, further denting their top-four ambitions.
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Everton’s top five greatest ever Irish starlets

In light of St. Patrick's Day, we countdown the top five best Irish names to ever wear the famous royal blue of Everton football club, including players whose names will forever live in the club's everlasting folklore.

Everton 1 – 2 Burnley: Ancelotti “Disappointed” with sides poor home form

Carlo Ancelotti’s men missed their chance to pressure the top 4 as they lost their second game in a row, this time falling to a 1-2 defeat to Sean Dyche’s Burnley. The impressive performance from the visitors, Burnley, saw them claim their first win in 5 matches and moved them 7 points clear of the relegation zone.
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Merseyside trio called up for England U21 European Championship finals

Ben Godfrey (Everton), Tom Davies (Everton) and Curtis Jones (Liverpool) have been recruited for the UEFA U21 European Championship finals group stage next week.