Which club came first Liverpool or Everton
The first game to be played on Anfield was between Everton and Earlestown on 27 September 1884 (a full six years before Liverpool Football Club was formed!)
When did Everton become Liverpool
This week's instalment focuses on The Everton Split back in 1892, which saw Everton leave their Anfield home to move across Stanley Park and into the Blues' current Goodison Park ground. The split led to the formation of Liverpool FC and sparked one of the most famous rivalries in world football.
Did Anfield belong to Everton
Back in 1884 the Toffees were on the look-out for a new ground, having previously played at Stanley Park and Priory Road, and they decided upon a undeveloped piece of land in Anfield, owned by local brewers John and Joseph Orrell and previously home to Everton Cricket Club.
Who has more wins Liverpool or Everton
|Anfield (Liverpool) Goodison Park (Everton)
|Most player appearances
|Neville Southall (41)
When did Everton become Everton
The club's first game was a 1–0 victory over Everton Church Club. The club was renamed Everton in November 1879 after the local area, as people outside the congregation wished to participate.
What was Everton originally called
St. Domingo FC
Initially formed as St. Domingo FC, named after the chapel, the football team was renamed Everton in 1879 after the district of Everton. Since then Everton have had a successful history winning the Cup Winners' Cup, the league title nine times and the FA Cup five times.
Is Everton the oldest club
In a nutshell… Founder members of both the English Football League in 1888 and the Premier League in 1992, Everton have spent more seasons in the top division of the world's oldest professional league than any other.