An Everton Memorabilia Special with Brendan Connolly

An Everton FC Heritage Society video special

Rob Sawyer joins Brendan Connolly of Everton FC Heritage Society to chat about a selection of items from his stunning memorabilia collection.

Featuring treasures from as early as 1882, the items discussed feature cup winners medals, international caps, and the probable first known useage of Everton’s famous lock-up crest. Plus, a shirt belonging to the great Jimmy Dunn – Everton’s 1933 FA Cup winning goalscorer and teammate of Dixie Dean.

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Brendan Connolly

Brendan is well-known to many Evertonians for his fantastic collection of club-related memorabilia. He can be seen every matchday, upstairs in St Luke’s, where some of his collection can be viewed, as well as having merchandise for sale – much of it signed.

Brendan on his stall – a regular on matchdays in St Luke’s, Goodison Road, with Everton FC Heritage Society
Brendan’s first game as an Everton fan
Cricketer Brendan, second from right

Former Chairman of Everton FC Heritage Society (2018-2022), Brendan is also a keen cricketer, turning out for Frodsham Cricket Club, and in December 2022 he became General Manager of Runcorn Linnets Football Club.

Brendan was appointed General Manager of Runcorn Linnets FC in December 2022
Some of his collection was also on exhibition in Everton FC’s office floor in the Royal Liver Building

On behalf of Everton FC Heritage Society, Brendan presents the 1985 European Cup Winner’s Cup Medal to Adrian Heath
An Everton Memorabilia Special with Brendan Connolly

Detail about all the items below are featured in the film!

Presented by Rob Sawyer

Filmed and edited by Lewis Royden

Researched and Produced by Mike Royden

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By Mike Royden

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