A private funeral for 23-month-old Alfie Evans will be held next week, it has been announced.Read the full story ›
The father of Alfie Evans has said he dreamt his son could follow in the footsteps of Everton star Wayne Rooney at an event with the club.Read the full story ›
Just two wins from eleven games have piled the pressure on Everton manager, Ronald Koeman, ahead of tonight's Europa League match against Lyon.
A former Blue, Leon Osman, wants the fans to back him. For now.
Chris Hall reports.
For any nine year old football fan seeing your side win at home is hugely exciting.
For Finn McEwan the match at Everton this weekend was even better - it was his first since the club helped save his life.
Finn had been diagnosed with a rare bone marrow disease and Everton held screening events to help find a donor for a transplant.
Just over two years on, Finn and his family have been told he's all clear.
- Sarah Rogers has this report:
Wayne Rooney will walk out at Old Trafford on Sunday for the first time since his summer move to Everton.
His former manager Jose Mourinho says he'll be welcomed as a legend.
His current boss Ronald Koeman says he wants more from him after the Blues defeat in Europe last night.
David Chisnall reports.
Injury has forced Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford to withdraw from Gareth Southgate's England squad.Read the full story ›
The England manager Gareth Southgate has paid tribute to Everton striker Wayne Rooney on his international retirement.Read the full story ›
Everton FC will host a tribute game to remember one of the club's star players on the tenth anniversary of his death.
The Alan Ball benefit match is due to take place on Saturday October 7 at Goodison Park.
Sir Geoff Hurst, Colin Harvey, Lee Carsley, James Beattie, Peter Crouch, Francis Jeffers and Danny Cadamarteri, are all confirmed to play on the big day. The club has said that more names will be announced over the coming weeks.
Ball made 250 appearances for Everton and netted an impressive 78 goals for the blues.
Everton FC will pay a moving tribute to murdered school boy Rhys Jones tonight on the tenth anniversary of his death.
The 11-year-old Everton fan was tragically murdered in 2007 as he made his way home from football practise in Croxteth, Liverpool.
A one-minute applause will be held on the 11th minute of this evening’s Europa League playoff first leg against Hadjuk Split.
Images of the school boy wearing his Everton shirt will appear on the big screens during the applause.
The former Everton and Man City player-turned football pundit Peter Beagrie says he'll fight a conviction for assaulting his partner.Read the full story ›