Football Scarf in the colours of
- Premium football scarf in the colours of Everton
- No logos, no badges, no branding - 100% unofficial
- Made in Great Britain of pure Saxony wool
- In stock - usually despatched within 24hrs
- Length: 72 inches (183 cm)
- Width: 10 inches (25 cm)
- Recorded delivery worldwide
- UK: 2 - 4 working days
- Europe: 5 - 7 working days
- Rest of the World: 5 - 10 working days
Nickname: The Toffees
Ground: Goodison Park
- English League Champions: (9) 1891, 1915, 1928, 1932, 1939, 1963, 1970, 1985, 1987
- FA Cup Winners: (5) 1906, 1933, 1966, 1984, 1995
- European Cup-Winners Cup Winners: 1985
The Peoples' Club played at Anfield until 1891 – yes that one, the current home of Liverpool FC. The owner of Anfield (a local brewer named John Houlding) increased the rent from £100 to £250 – so the club upped sticks and built their own ground on the other side of the city’s Stanley Park. Houlding needed a team to fill the vacant Anfield so started his own and one of football’s greatest local rivalries began.
The Toffees' most recent successes were under manager Howard Kendal in the 1980s when the club were English champions twice in three years, reached four FA Cup Finals and won the 1985 European Cup-Winners Cup.
Their most famous player is possibly the great Dixie Dean whose accomplishments include an unprecedented 60-goal tally in the 1927/28 season. Remarkably, Dixie Dean was never booked or sent-off in any of his 438 league appearances at The School of Science.
However he clearly wasn’t the mild-mannered type all of the time. As a teenager Dixie Dean lost a testicle following an especially nasty tackle while playing in a reserve game. Years later in a pub in nearby Chester a stranger bought him a pint and confessed to the crime; the stranger ended the night in hospital.
Famous fans are said to include John Lennon and Paul McCartney; both Beatles were at Wembley in 1966 to watch The Toffees in the FA Cup Final – Lennon apparently wearing an Everton scarf.
The blue half of Merseyside have been English champions nine times — the fourth highest number of titles for any team. They have competed in the top division of English football for a record 108 seasons and have played more top-flight league games than any other English team.