Everton Football Club currently play in the Premier League where they play at Goodison Park in Liverpool and are currently coached by Roberto Martinez. Everton wear royal blue shirts with black trim which are manufactured by Umbro who replaced Nike as the shirt manufacturers for the Toffees in the 2014-15 season. The shirts are sponsored by Chang who have sponsored their shirts for over nine seasons. The away kit for Everton is all black while the third kit is white with deep purple trim.
The Toffees wear a home strip of royal blue with white trim, these shirts have been worn by many famous players such as Joe Royle, Neville Southall, Gary Lineker, Kevin Sheedy, Wayne Rooney and Peter Reid. Everton switched their club crest in
Everton are enjoying a strong season in the Premier League so far under the guidance of Dutch boss Ronald Koeman, but their recent off-the-field business has seen them potentially pave the way for a new wave of shirt sponsorship deals. The Toffees are flying high in the top half of [...]
The Toffees compete their 2016/17 kit collection by unveiling a brightly coloured Umbro third shirt of yellow and blue. With the Double Diamond of Umbro supplying Everton their kits since 2014/15, the English brand have now created a third shirt for the Premier League club which holds certain rem [...]
The Toffees add a touch of salmon and navy to create their all-new modernly designed Umbro away shirt. Having already unveiled their unique home shirt, Everton continue to produce the goods through their latest away shirt which combines a combination of understated navy with striking salmon in a [...]
Everton were formed in 1878 and started life as St. Domingo FC, changing the name after one year to Everton, they were founder members of the football league in 1888. Everton have a history of being a wealthy club from their early days a fact that possibly helped to earn them the nickname of the Toffees. Everton play their home games at Goodison Park in Liverpool, right next door to their rivals Liverpool FC.
Everton's most capped player was Neville Southall with 92 appearances for Wales, he also holds the club record for appearances with 578 between 1981-98.