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Everton FC Murals
Everton players at Goodison mural

This Everton street art is situated in the car park at the Park End reception area office at Goodison Park.  It depicts some Everton legends, including Duncan Ferguson, Tim Cahill and Leon Osman, leaving the tunnel and running out onto the Goodison pitch.

The mural is life size.  The idea was that kids  could pretend to be following Duncan onto the pitch.  It was painted during a freezing week in December 2017.

Thanks to EFC for supporting local business.

Everton Subbuteo mural

This Everton street art is on The Bullens Road ticket office at Goodison Park.  It features four of the team that won the 1995 FA Cup final; Everton 1 - 0 Manchester United at Wembley.  However the players are depicted as Subbuteo plastic figures, so it is not obvious who they are. 


To spoil the guessing game, they are: Paul Rideout, Neville Southall, Daniel Amokachi and Graham Stuart.

Thanks to EFC for supporting local business.

Everton Subbuteo mural print
EFC Leighton Baines & Dixie Dean

This mural was painted for young Alfie who was away in hospital receiving chemotherapy whilst this was being painted.  He is a mad evertonian and his parents wanted this as a surprise for him to return home to.

The mural is based on another mural that is painted by Paul Curtis at Goodison Park.  It shows the Everton team running onto the Goodison pitch.  The twist is that the players are Alfie's favourites: Dixie Dean, Leighton Baines and Phil Jagielka.

The mural had a few difficulties, the main thing being not having photographs of the players in the poses required.  This was especially true of Dixie Dean - there were very few photos of him generally.

Howard Kendall & Dixie Dean print
Everton Legends mural

A time lapse of the EFC mural at Bierkeller in Liverpool by Liverpool street artist, Paul Curtis. This mural depicts Everton legends, Howard Kendall and William "Dixie" Dean amidst a backdrop of famous blue and white Goodison flags.


The mural is part of a larger painting , called "The Derby" which sees EFC facing LFC. Howard Kendall is the most successful manager in Everton's history. He was also the club captain during his playing days. William Ralph 'Dixie' Dean was also an Everton captain and to this day is still considered one of the greatest goal-scorers ever to play the game.


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