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  • L'article suivant recense les performances d'Everton en championnat, indique les meilleurs buteurs du club en championnat et les affluences moyenne à domicile depuis 1888, lors de la formation de la Football League, jusqu'aux compétitions les plus récentes. Pour plus de détails sur l'histoire du club se reporter à Histoire de l'Everton FC
  • The following lists Everton's League performances, top goalscorers and average attendances from 1888, when the Football League was formed, to the end of the most recent completed season. For a more detailed history see History of Everton F.C..Everton were founder members of the Football League in 1888 and were champions of it for the first time in 1891. By the time World War II broke out in 1939, they had been league champions five times and had fielded some of the biggest names in English footballer, including goalkeeper Ted Sagar and forwards Dixie Dean and Tommy Lawton. In Everton's title-winning season of 1927-28, Dean scored a record 60 league goals in a single season - which has not been matched in this country since.Everton originally played at Anfield until a dispute with their landlord in 1892 saw the club exit the ground, which was re-occupied by the newly formed Liverpool F.C., who gradually became Everton's fierce local rivals. Everton, meanwhile, settled into nearby Goodison Park, where they have played ever since, in spite of a series of plans since the late 1990s to relocate the club to a new stadium.Everton have played in the top flight of English football for all but four seasons since the 1888 creation of the Football League, playing at the top level continuously since 1954. Only Arsenal have enjoyed a longer unbroken run at the highest level.After World War II, Everton's first major success came in 1963, when the league title was won under the management of Harry Catterick, who added another league title to Everton's honours list in 1970 as well as the FA Cup in 1966.Another golden era at Everton prevailed after the appointment of Howard Kendall as manager in 1981. Everton won the FA Cup in 1984 and were league champions in 1985, when they also won their first European trophy in the shape of the European Cup Winners' Cup. Another league title followed in 1987.Everton's only major trophy since 1987 came in 1995 when they won the FA Cup under the management of Joe Royle, who like Kendall had been with the club during his playing career. Since the formation of the FA Premier League in 1992, their highest league finish was fourth place in 2005 and on one occasion (1998) they finished one place above the relegation zone, only avoiding relegation on goal difference.The appointment of David Moyes as manager in 2002 brought something of a turning point in Everton's recent history, as the new manager re-established the club as a regular feature in the top few places of the English league, although he failed to add any silverware. Moyes departed in 2013 after 11 years as Everton manager to take charge of Manchester United, being succeeded by Roberto Martinez. The man who had just guided Wigan Athletic to FA Cup glory was now given the task of going one step further than Moyes and bringing silverware to Goodison Park for the first time in two decades.
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  • L'article suivant recense les performances d'Everton en championnat, indique les meilleurs buteurs du club en championnat et les affluences moyenne à domicile depuis 1888, lors de la formation de la Football League, jusqu'aux compétitions les plus récentes. Pour plus de détails sur l'histoire du club se reporter à Histoire de l'Everton FC
  • The following lists Everton's League performances, top goalscorers and average attendances from 1888, when the Football League was formed, to the end of the most recent completed season. For a more detailed history see History of Everton F.C..Everton were founder members of the Football League in 1888 and were champions of it for the first time in 1891.
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  • Bilan saison par saison de l'Everton FC
  • List of Everton F.C. seasons
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