Everton football books and dvds and a virtual aerial tour of Goodison Park. Great books about current and former Everton players and Everton managers and the history of Everton football club.
Top recommended books include Everton's Z-Stars: The Men Who Made History 1984-1987, Everton: School of Science, Colin Harvey Everton Secrets plus many more in the Everton online bookshop
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Recommended Everton Books
Everton: Strange But Blue
Being a founder member of the Football League and one of the oldest club's in the world, Everton Football Club has one of the richest, and most colourful histories in football. This book sets out to showcase some of the strange but true tales which this great club has been involved in as they approach 130 years in the sport. Utilising the extensive research of Everton programme statistician Gavin Buckland, some of the stories vary from the sublime to the ridiculous. From the infamous Leeds United clash in the 1960s when the players were asked to leave the field to 'cool off', to the war-time friendly against a Boxers XI, there is something new for even the most educated Evertonian.
Everton Miscellany, The
Why are Everton nicknamed the Toffees? Which Everton player scored a record 60 goals in a single season? The Everton Miscellany is a brand new addition to the popular football miscellany series, packed with stats, lists, quotes, anecdotes and tables from the history of Everton Football Club. Includes Toffees legends like Dixie Dean, Joe Mercer, Andy Gray and Gary Lineker, the club's greatest games and a colour section featuring every home and away kit the club has ever worn.
What's Our Name? Everton!
'What's Our Name? Everton!' is the diary of the 2003-2004 Premiership season kept by an Everton fan, Mark O'Brien. Home and away, it charts the rollercoaster journey of a unique club and its unique supporters from the pre-season expectations of a balmy afternoon at Ibrox, through the harsh realities of entering the bottom three on a freezing Monday night at Blackburn. Along the way a jaundiced eye is cast over such diverse topics as the lifestyle of the modern footballer, the inanities of the Sky pundit, the hairstyles of the Scottish national team, Wayne Rooney's birthday party, the perils of schoolboy cricket, supergrasses, the prospect of sharing a ground with Liverpool FC and love-making during the Milan derby.
Many more books in the Everton football bookshop with annuals, in-depth player and manager profiles and biographies, club stats and history.
Recommended Everton DVDs
Everton FC 2008/2009 Season Review [DVD]
A truly memorable season for the Blues, relive all of the explosive action from 2008/09 with the official Everton Season Review. David Moyes men maintained their position amongst England s elite with another successful Premier League campaign. Brace yourself for a Goodison goal fest including magic moments from Mikael Arteta, Tim Cahill and Marouane Fellaini. Watch the Toffees get stuck into arch rivals Liverpool in both league & cup clashes! Join the blues on the road to Wembley in a fantastic FA Cup adventure. Savour the pride & passion of Merseyside s finest club plus hear from all your favourite Everton stars throughout this unmissable DVD.
Everton Football Club - The Official History [DVD]
This is the story of Everton Football Club. It s been an incredible journey that started way back in 1878 and has encompassed some of the most wonderful players and characters to have graced the English game. From the pioneers of the club in the 19th century, through the move to Goodison Park, the Dixie Dean era, the glory of the 1960s, the unforgettable 1980s and the resurgence under David Moyes, this special DVD tells the complete story. Everton is more than a football club it s an institution with a rich and unique history that means so much to so many people. Geary, Chedgzoy, Dean, Lawton, Hickson, Labone, Young, Kendall, Harvey, Ball, Catterick, Latchford, Southall, Ratcliffe, Sharp, Watson, Arteta.