Support KitAid at Goodison

Support KitAid at Goodison Latest news 01 December Everton in the Community launch The new partnership was officially launched at the home game against Swansea City on 19 November and this was preceded by a really good article on the club website which involved a player (Bryan Oviedo) promoting the appeal by holding up an Everton shirt with KitAid on the back. Collections were held at different locations around Goodison and once again we are very grateful to our friends from the Everton Heritage Society who helped to promote and collect kit for us. Our relationship with Everton will continue to grow and EITC have promised to keep our partnership alive by helping to promote KitAid to their fan base. We also agreed to hold another kit collection day at the game versus Watford next May. All in all, a really great new partnership for KitAid and we are grateful for all of the support we have received in getting this set up. Everton in the Community has...
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In Search of John Houlding-by Tony Onslow

This article is not intended to either praise or condemn John Houlding for the role he played in the decision, made by Everton Football Club, to move away from Anfield. It is merely an effort to try and throw some light on this “larger than life character” who played a big part in the establishing the game of Association Football in his home town of Liverpool.   Local records reveal that John Houlding was baptised, 4-08-1833, at St Martin-in the-Field church and that he was the second of three sons born to Thomas Houlding, a Cow keeper, and his wife Alice. The family reside at 19 Tenderden Street where the income from Thomas Houlding’s occupation enables him to provide his children with a good standard of education and a comfortable home in which to live.   The 1851 census reveal that John Houlding is still living in Tenderden Street where, along with his younger brother William, he lists his occupation as “Auditing at home”....
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