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Everton Football Club are an English football club from the city of Liverpool, founded in 1878. They are one of the most successful clubs in English football, having played more seasons in the top division (103 of a possible 107) and won more points in the top division than any other team.

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Their home ground, known as Goodison Park, has a capacity of 40,260. Their fans are known as Evertonians and the club's nickname is the Toffees.

Record League Victory: 9-1 v Manchestery City, 3 September 1906
Record Cup Victory: 11-2 v Derby County, FA Cup, 5th Round, 18 January 1890
Record League Defeat: 0-7 v Arsenal, Premiership, 11 May 2005
Most League Goals: 349 Dixie Dean, Division 1, 1925-1937
Most Goals in a Season: 60 Dixie Dean, Division 1, 1927-28
Most Capped Player: Neville Southall, 86 Wales; Kenny Sansom, 86 England
Most League Appearances: Neville Southall, 494 1981-1995
Youngest Ever Player to play in a league match: James Vaughan, 16 yrs and 271 days old, 4-0 v Crystal Palace, 10 April 2005
Youngest Ever Player to score in a league match: James Vaughan, 16 yrs and 271 days old, 4-0 v Crystal Palace, 10 April 2005 (i.e. he is also the second youngest player to score in a league debut beaten only by Jason Dozzel)

Everton have amassed more points in the top division in England (including both the old Division One and the Premiership), than any other club.

They have scored more goals in the top division than any other club.

They hold the unusual distinction of being reigning League champions for the longest time. They won the championship in 1915 and thus remained reigning champions until the 1919-20 season due to the World War One league cancellation. They were also champions in 1939, and again remained reigning champions until the league resumed in 1946-7 after World War Two.

Everton have produced the leading goalscorer in the top flight in 12 seasons, more than any other club. They were champions in 1987 by a margin of 13 points ahead of second-placed Liverpool, an English top flight record.


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