Football Beyond Everton
A place for news, stories and opinions about the sport of football beyond the friendly confines of our beloved Everton.
Everton’s Bramley-Moore Dock stadium included in UK & Ireland’s Euro 2028 bid
The waterfront ground among 10 stadiums put forward to host the tournament
Everton’s Bramley Moore Dock stadium in contention to host Euro 2028
The new ground has reportedly made the FA’s shortlist
Everton defender Coady named in England squad
The Three Lions are in Nations League action later this month
Jordan Pickford’s displays at Euro 2020 showed the world what Evertonians already knew
The Toffees keeper had a superb tournament which should hopefully banish the doubters forever
Everton’s James Rodriguez out of Colombia squad and will miss the Copa America
Everton forward withdrawn after assessment by the medical team
Dominic Calvert-Lewin included in England squad, but Michael Keane left out
A surprise, but welcome chance to rest up
Richarlison avoids serious injury despite Cavani tackle
The Uruguay striker was shown a straight red card for his troubles
Seamus Coleman suffers reoccurrence of hamstring injury
The Toffees defender missed Thursday’s clash with England
Calvert-Lewin earns deserved call-up to England squad
Striker rewarded for blistering start to the season
Project Restart: The Premier League faces nervous wait to see if football can return
Lockdown measures may about to be eased, but bringing sport back remains a challenge
Premier League players may take pay cut because of coronavirus crisis
Club finances are taking a hit because of the lockdown
Why scrapping FA Cup replays is not the answer to English football’s fixture congestion problem
All the recent changes to the calendar favour the bigger sides, it’s time to redress that balance
Tom Davies eyeing Everton role after starring for England U21s
The young midfielder has found first-team opportunities limited so far this season
Blow for Everton as Yerry Mina suffers hamstring injury playing for Colombia
The defender was forced off before half-time
Why The Premier League should not hire Javier Tebas
It wouldn’t be good for Everton either.
Rooney rolls back the years for DC United winner
Star still capable of the occasional bits of magic
Pickford to make England debut - with Calvert-Lewin set to join him
Gareth Southgate giving youth a chance after injuries decimated his squad
FFA backs Cahill despite threat of World Cup ban
FIFA investigating former Everton talisman
The Champions League 2017-18 Group Stages Draw
There’s going to be some tough, tough groups out there
Hajduk Split: A History of Valor and Violence
The Croatian side carry with them a background unlike any club in the world.
Bigotry and Bias: Liverpool Echo's McGovern goes too far once again
How does this guy still have a job?
Former Everton midfielder spouts off after too much to drink
Darron Gibson certainly has a lot to say about Sunderland
Everton announce charity game in memory of Bradley Lowery
Celebrities to lace up their boots to celebrate Bradley’s life
Six people charged over the Hillsborough disaster
Crown Prosecution Service make announcement following investigation into 1989 disaster
Koeman hits out at Ireland manager O’Neill over James McCarthy injury
The war of words rolls on.
O’Neill to seek Koeman talks in bid to ease McCarthy dispute
McCarthy returns from international duty injured yet again, but O’Neill is keen to ease the tension
Seamus Coleman gets St. Patrick’s Day master card in EA Sports’ FIFA Mobile
The popular video game is using this week to celebrate players’ Irish heritage.
Happy Australia Day, to Everton's greatest Aussie, Tim Cahill!
Happy #AustraliaDay to @Tim_Cahill, @OfficialESCA and all Aussie Evertonians! #EFC pic.twitter.com/wl9lEKmyBg— Everton (@Everton) January 26, 2017
Here's wishing all the Australians a very Happy Australia Day, with a look back at the Everton career of Tim Cahill!
Video: Valencia Chased by Police After Fake Injury During WCQ
Enner Valencia has provided perhaps the most interesting story of the international break.
Eight former and current Premier League managers implicated in sting
The operation carried out by undercover Telegraph reporters that ended up costing Sam Allardyce his England manager job is set to get more heads rolling. The paper has revealed that up to eight former and current Premier League managers as well as two Championship managers are also implicated in similar 'bung' scandals.