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Everton vs Bournemouth is set to be an exciting game, as both teams have a large and passionate fan base, who always create an electric atmosphere on match day. The two teams have a long and storied history, as Everton were formed in 1878 and Bournemouth were created in 1899 as Boscombe, before changing to their current name in 1971. Everton vs Bournemouth is a match you won’t want to miss.

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Bournemouth returned to the Premier League in 2022 as Championship runners-up, and are keen to stay there. The club has seen many legendary players over the years, who all made a huge impact during their time at the club.

Noteworthy Bournemouth players include Eddie Howe, Matty Holmes, Charlie Daniels, and Marc Pugh. Ron Eyre holds the record for goals scored, which took place between 1924 and 1933.

Dean Court

Bournemouth have played at Dean Court (currently known as the Vitality Stadium) since 1910. The ground is located in Kings Park in Boscombe, and has a capacity of 11,364. Dean Court always promises a great atmosphere, and the Everton vs Bournemouth game will be no exception when it takes place here.


Everton has played in the Premier League since its inception in 1992, and has seen many successes over the years. The club has the second-longest continuous presence in English top-flight football, and have won nine league titles, five FA Cups, one European Cup Winners' Cup and nine Charity Shields.

Legendary Everton players include Neville Southall, Gary Lineker, Graeme Sharp and Bob Latchford. The Blues top scorer is Dixie Dean, who played for the club from 1925 until 1937 and scored 383 goals.

Goodison Park

Everton play their home games at the historic Goodison Park stadium, located in the Walton area of Liverpool. Everton moved to Goodison Park after leaving their previous ground at Anfield (where rival team Liverpool FC now play) due to a dispute.

The stadium has an all-seated capacity of 39,414 and always promises an electric atmosphere. Goodison Park has hosted more top-flight games than any other stadium in England, and has also been the venue for an FA Cup final, and a semi-final in the 1966 World Cup.