Such is the depth and experience in the Everton FC Heritage Society, that several of our members maintain and run some of the best Everton websites on the internet. Here is a current list;
by EFCHS member – Lyndon Lloyd (with Michael Kenrick)
The award winning go-to site on the internet for all things Everton. Fantastic website which pre-dates the official club site and still provides superior content. We have close ties, as Lyndon, as well as being a member of EFCHS, set up the original society website and continues as our techie consultant. EFCHS members also regularly contribute articles to ToffeeWeb.
by EFCHS member – Steve Johnson (with input from Gavin Buckland too)
A brilliant statistic site, providing a comprehensive record of the results of all competitive games played by Everton since their formation, together with details of player appearances and goals. Designed, written and updated by Steve, a born-and-bred Evertonian from the Wirral, who now lives in Buckinghamshire
by EFCHS member – Bradley Cates
Another excellent statistics site and much more, created by Bradley who tweets facts and stats about Everton Football Club. As a fan of Everton, statistics and interesting facts, he has combined the three and become EFC Statto.
by EFCHS member – James Corbett
Everton Encyclopedia is a project dedicated to telling the history of Everton Football Club. The origins of the Everton Encyclopedia lie in the book of the same name published in 2012; back then, it was already a mammoth project, including articles on all aspects of Everton’s history, and more than 400 in-depth biographical entries based on original research. The project has now now moved online, expanding and updating it to ensure the Everton Encyclopedia remains the definitive reference on the history of Everton Football Club.
by our history consultant – Billy Smith (also known as Blue Correspondent).
This is an extraordinary site compiled by Billy from every news/match report that he can lay his hands on. Accessed by date order in decades from the founding of the club, this is fantastic resource for casual readers and serious researchers alike into the history of Everton FC.
Mike Royden’s History Pages
Most of Mike’s website contains general history articles, but this parallel site covers his Everton articles, Hall of Fame archive, Everton Then and Now views, and Heritage Society information (some of which has now been migrated to this site).
by EFCHS member – Tom Regan
The imagery of Everton has benefitted a greal from the work of ToffeeArt’s Tom Regan. His output consists of book design, leaflets, posters, banners, and a host of Everton styled artefacts and gifts, Tom’s creativity knows no bounds. Visit his website for much more, or meet him in person at his stall, upstairs at St Luke’s on Matchdays.
by EFCHS member – James Corbett
deCoubertin Books is a small publishing house, founded in 2009 by the journalist James Corbett and based in Liverpool. They focus on non-fiction, particularly sport and have published some of the best books on Everton, several by EFCHS members.
England Football Online
The true story of the national football team
by EFCHS member – Chris Goodwin (with Glen Isherwood)
by EFCHS member – Tony Wainwright BEM
A website that is dedicated to the memory of all who served in the Liverpool Pals battalions of The King’s Liverpool Regiment during the Great War and the service in Russia. The site originated as part of the fund raising campaign that saw a memorial for the Pals erected in Lime Street Station. Tony played a key role, for which he was awarded the British Empire Medal in 2018. He is the webmaster of the site and has uploaded thousands of soldier’s biographies to the site.
“Play Up, Liverpool”
by EFCHS member – Kjell Hanssen
This may be a site from across the park, but part of our history features our time at Anfield. Kjell has created a site from his vast collection of news articles and books about Liverpool FC. His site is also useful for games featuring Everton, and players who turned out for both clubs.
Although not a member of the Society, George is an expert colourist and has colourised many photographs for us in the past, some you may recognise from book covers or posters. View more examples on his Twitter account.