Film Archive

Film Archive

Crawford Miles is the EFC Heritage Society Film/Video Archivist, and has an incredible set of Everton related footage in his collection. He has been frequently asked to edit together film sequences for a number of functions, including the Hall of Fame evening and the Harry Catterick 100th Birthday Anniversary. Crawford can usually be seen in St Luke’s on matchdays, where he often has film clips on display relating to the day’s opposition.

Crawford Miles Edits

Tribute to Harry Catterick and the Championship winning side of 1962-63, held on the occasion of the ‘Harry Catterick 100th birthday anniversary evening’ organised by Everton FC Heritage Society at Goodison Park.

Everton FC – Champions 1962-63
John Hurst

Tribute to John Hurst held on the occasion of the him being presented the Dixie Dean Award by Dixie’s granddaughter, Melanie Prentice. This took place at the Harry Catterick 100th birthday anniversary evening organised by Everton FC Heritage Society at Goodison Park.

Harry Catterick

Tribute to Harry Catterick held on the occasion of the ‘Harry Catterick 100th birthday anniversary evening’ organised by Everton FC Heritage Society at Goodison Park.


Everton FC – FA Cup winners 1966

Tribute to Harry Catterick and the FA Cup winning side of 1966, held on the occasion of the ‘Harry Catterick 100th birthday anniversary evening’ organised by Everton FC Heritage Society at Goodison Park.

Everton FC – Champions 1969-70

Tribute to Harry Catterick and the Championship winning side of 1969-70 season, held on the occasion of the ‘Harry Catterick 100th birthday anniversary evening’ organised by Everton FC Heritage Society at Goodison Park.

More of Crawford’s edits to come. In the meantime….




The Story Behind the Move to Goodison Park – Peter Lupson

In this episode of the Everton Show, vice-chair of EFCHS Peter Lupson discusses the reasons behind the move of 1892. (From 11min 30sec). 27 January 2017.




Everton FC Heritage Society Helps You To Know Your History

From the official Everton FC website…

‘The Know Your History feature is the result of a collaboration between Everton Football Club and the Everton FC Heritage Society and have so far featured the renaming in 1879 from St Domingo’s FC, our first title in 1891, the split from Anfield in 1892 and Dixie Dean’s 60-goal season.

The content behind the films, and many of the images, have been provided by Heritage Society members, and Everton experts, Peter Lupson, Jamie Yates, Rob Sawyer and Simon Hart.

The Society has worked closely with Everton on a number of initiatives and has been the driving force behind some terrific projects such as the rededication of former player gravestones, the securing of medals for Derek Temple and Adrian Heath, and evenings at Goodison Park celebrating the likes of Dixie Dean, Joe Mercer and, most recently, Harry Catterick.

And, of course, thousands of Evertonians regularly enjoy the magnificent displays in the church hall of St Luke’s every matchday.’

Visit the official Everton FC website to view the videos…




‘The Unknown’ featuring Everton FC Heritage Society

This is a short documentary feature made by an Italian production company in which ‘The Unknown’ tells the behind the scenes story of English football clubs. The film production team also visited St Luke’s Church to see the role played by the Everton FC Heritage Society.

More here…




YouTube Clips

1930s training                        

1933 FA CUP FINAL – Everton v Manchester City


Eddie Waring visits Everton FC Sept 1957

According to poster, theheavy roller; Everton had won five of their first seven games in the 1957/58 season and Rugby league commentator Eddie Waring – an unusual choice – was despatched to Goodison Park (perhaps nobody else was available). He spoke to new chief coach Ian Buchan and chairman Dick Searle amid shots of the players training.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AsDytttTe4c


Everton v Liverpool 1962/3    
Everton 3 v Fulham 0 24 Aug 1963
FA Cup Final 1966                        
Everton v Liverpool 1967     
Liverpool 0 Everton 2 – 21 March 1970