Everton Logo – The Everton Football Club is a club of football of the United Kingdom, the city of Liverpool in the county of Merseyside. The club competes in the Premier League, the most prestigious competition of British football. He has competed in the highest league with a record 108 seasons, has played more games in this league more than any other British team and emerged champion 9 times, is the fourth team with more drinks in the league. Everton remained in the Premier League since 1954, and was a founding member of the Premier League in 1992.
The tenant of the club colors are traditionally blue and yellow, from the 1901-02 season. Their most famous player is Dixie Dean, who scored a record 60 goals in league seasons 1927-8. Since 2000, the club has been recognized annually as notable former players, by nominating as “Everton Giant” (Giant Everton) at the start of each season. Everton FC was founded in 1878 under the name of St. FC Sunday. A year later he changed his name to Everton Football Club.
The season 2010/11 began somewhat deficient. The club failed to win a league match until October, and was eliminated from the League Cup by Brentford. However, later that month the situation had stabilized and finished 7th in the first half of the season. The club was somewhat irregular end of the year, but achieves a win FA Cup 5th round against Chelsea. Three defeats in 18 league games will ensure the possibility of fighting for European places. In mid- April, the club was in 7th place, one point behind Liverpool. Everton would finish seventh in the season with 54 points, with the fewest points in 5 years.