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Everton historic record

Everton have been champions of England on nine occasions before the Premier League era, last winning the title in 1987 – their second crown in three years with a second-placed finish in between.

The Toffees celebrated the last of their FA Cup final victories at Wembley Stadium in 1995, having first lifted the famous old trophy in 1966.

They were also Uefa Cup Winners’ Cup champions in 1985, immediately before English clubs were banned from European competition.

Everton haven’t recorded a finish below 11th in the EPL table since the 2003/04 season, after which European qualification became the norm under long-serving coach David Moyes.

Moyes’ departure for Manchester United in 2013 was followed by a descent towards mid-table for the Merseyside club, with successive coaches unable to match expectations from Evertonians in an increasingly competitive battle for glory at the sharp end of the biggest domestic league on the planet.

About Everton FC

Everton Football Club are one of the most enduring soccer sides in the English Premier League.

The Toffees have only spent a combined four seasons outside the top division since the founding of the Football League in 1888.

Nine league championships and five FA Cup titles have come the way of the blue half of Merseyside in that time, as part of a storied history.

Historic football clubs need a historic place to play and Everton have just the stadium in their Goodison Park home, one of the most traditional venues left in the EPL.

Everton have a local rivalry with Liverpool, with the clubs occupying either side of the city’s Stanley Park.

The club enjoyed a growing reputation in the top half of the Premier League standings just after the turn of the century under coach David Moyes.

That included the big money transfer of home-grown starlet Wayne Rooney to north west giants Manchester United in 2004.