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Founded: 1878
Nicknames: The Toffees
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Everton statistics this season

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Everton are a English Premier League side currently positioned 9th in the table of the 2017/2018 season. Last Season they finished 7th in the English Premier League.

Their last game was a 1 - 0 Loss against Watford (Away).
Everton's next fixture will be against Burnley on 3rd March 2018.

Everton's biggest win so far this season was 4-0 against West Ham United. Against West Ham United they achieved their highest Performance Score of 283 this season.

Goal Scorer: Wayne Rooney (10 Goals)
Top Assists: Calvert-Lewin (4 Assists)
Highest Pass Accuracy: Idrissa Gueye (85% Pass Accuracy with 1005 Comp. Passes)
Highest Shot Accuracy: Theo Walcott (83% Shot Accuracy with a Total 10 Shots)
Most Completed Passes: Idrissa Gueye (1005 Completed Passes with an 85% Pass Accuracy)
Most Chances Created: Gylfi Sigurdsson (35 Chances Created: 3 Assists and 32 Key Passes)
Most Cards: Idrissa Gueye (6 Yellow Cards and 1 Red Cards)

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Past Honours

Champions: (9) – 1890–91, 1914–15, 1927–28, 1931–32, 1938–39, 1962–63, 1969–70, 1984–85, 1986–87

FA Cup (5): 1906, 1933, 1966, 1984, 1995

FA Charity Shield (9): – 1928, 1932, 1963, 1970, 1984, 1985, 1986 (shared), 1987, 1995

European Cup Winners' Cup: (1) – 1985

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About Everton

Nicknames The Toffees
Founded 1878
Stadium Goodison Park
Capacity 40157

Club Description

Founded as St Domingo's in 1878; Everton were a parish team filling in the gaps in the cricketing season. A found member of the Football League, they are one of Britain's most successful football teams. 

Their first title came in 1890-91 and titles and domestic Cups came in the following seasons; but it wasn't 1927 that Everton became a dominant force in English football. Inspired by record goalscorer Dixie Dean, they won the 1927-28 title, Dean getting 60 goals. 

Everton's rich history is punctuated with Cup and league successes until the fifties when The Blues were relegated. Another brief period of dominance in the sixties under Harry Catterick was abruptly ended when he retired and his successors couldn't match up.

Howard Kendall brought more silverware to the club in the 1980's in the shape of two league titles and the first and only European triumph. Kendall left, however, after the tragic Heysel Stadium disaster meant English fans were deemed too dangerous to hold abroad. 

Everton were only reignited when a determined young Scot took charge in 2002. David Moyes gave The Toffees determination and solidity to provide the consistency needed to move up the table on a shoestring budget.