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Everton vs Southampton is a guaranteed 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 Southampton was founded in 1885 and Everton were created in 1878. Everton vs Southampton is a game you won’t want to miss.

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Southampton joined the Southern League as Southampton St. Mary's in 1894, before dropping the St. Mary's from their name three years later. The club are based in Hampshire, and have played in the Premier League since the 2011-12 season.

Many great footballers have played for the club over the years, who all made a huge impact during their time there. Legendary players include Matt Le Tissier, Alan Shearer, Mick Channon, Gareth Bale and Luke Shaw.

St Mary’s Stadium

Southampton have played their home games at St Mary’s stadium since 2001. The stadium has a capacity of 32,384 and is the largest stadium in South East England. Before moving to St Mary's, the club played at The Dell, which held just over 15,000 spectators (less than half the size of the current stadium).


Everton are one of only six clubs never to have faced relegation from the Premier League, and have seen great success over the years. The club was a founder member of the Football League in 1888 and won their first League Championship during the 1890-91 season.

Legendary Everton players include the likes of Neville Southall, Leighton Baines, Howard Kendall, Tim Cahill and Graeme Sharp. Everton’s all-time record goalscorer is Dixie Dean, who scored 383 goals in 433 appearances.

Goodison Park

Everton have played at Goodison Park since 1892. Goodison Park is one of the most historic stadiums in English football, and has seen some of the club's greatest moments. The stadium has staged more top-flight football games than any other ground in the UK, and hosted a semi-final at the 1966 FIFA World Cup.

Goodison Park has a capacity of 39,414 and is the thirteenth-largest football stadium in England. The ground always promises a great atmosphere, and the Everton vs Southampton game will be no exception when it takes place here.