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Your Everton Memories

April 2, 2013 by phil divider image
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The Everton Former Players’ Foundation has joined up with the Sporting Memories Network CIC to bring you the ‘Your Everton Memories’ page.

The Sporting Memories Network have allowed us to use their already established page for Everton fans to add their memories of Everton. We are delighted that they are happy for us to share the page with them.

“The Sporting Memories Network CIC is a social enterprise established to promote and develop the use of sporting memories to improve the well being of older people. SMN use archive images, reports and memorabilia of sport to stimulate memories, create discussion and provide meaningful activities for older sports fans living with dementia, depression and those at risk of social isolation. Everton fans are invited to share their own favourite memories to support the work. Share a memory of a favourite match, a Goodison hero or a great goal. To read Everton memories from Derek Temple, Tony McNamara, Cliff Marshall and Nigel Martyn and to add your own click the button below to link to the website:

For more information on the SMN

So Come on you Blues get adding your memories.

2 Responses to Your Everton Memories

  • The semi final of the cup winners cup at Goodison:
    I’d gathered enough money from down the couch and all my pockets for my son and myself to get into the match. We walked the six miles to the ground as we could not afford the bus fare. When we got to the ground, I found that the price had been put up, so now I found we were 30p short. I was gutted as I would never ask anyone for money but I spotted a person I worked with in the queue and I swallowed my pride and asked him. He gave me the 30p and we watched the greatest game of football Everton ever played at Goodison. The crowd were fantastic and to this day my son still says he knew how hard it was for me to ask someone for money.


  • My Dad trying to leap the garden wall in celebration when coming home from the 1884 Cup Final but misjudging it due to the number of sherbets taken and falling flat on his face with his scarf all over the place. He was still happy mind, and I still have that scarf.


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