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Everton FC Football Home Shirt 2019/2020 reduced from £55 to £15.68 with code, free C&C at Everton Direct
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Everton FC Football Home Shirt 2019/2020 reduced from £55 to £15.68 with code, free C&C at Everton Direct

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Everton Home Shirt 2019-20

 
The Toffees are back and ready for action, with the stylish Everton Home Shirt 2019-20.


The iconic blue shirt sees a front chest graphic inspired by the Goodison Park stadium structure to offer a strong on pitch visual, while maximum comfort when watching your team in the stands or when playing with your mates is guaranteed, thanks to the styled crew neckline, sleeve inserts and back neck sign off.
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catalonia20/02/2020 00:05

It’s cheaper as we are getting a new sponsor next season,so outdated in a m …It’s cheaper as we are getting a new sponsor next season,so outdated in a matter of months


They're ditching their betting sponsors/partners, 2 years early.

I hope others follow suit
Up the toffees!
Gollywood20/02/2020 00:07

They're ditching their betting sponsors/partners, 2 years early.I hope …They're ditching their betting sponsors/partners, 2 years early.I hope others follow suit


Quite agree, though it looks like my team, Villa, are getting SportPesa as sponsors next season. The last shirts I bought were two sponsorless Villa team shirts and a Acorns children’s hospice sponsored shirt. Have no interest in wearing a shirt with betting/financial services sponsors and wish clubs would offer a blank option.
Gollywood20/02/2020 00:07

They're ditching their betting sponsors/partners, 2 years early.I hope …They're ditching their betting sponsors/partners, 2 years early.I hope others follow suit


Losing their betting sponsor?!?! What are the odds of that??
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It’s cheaper as we are getting a new sponsor next season,so outdated in a matter of months
catalonia20/02/2020 00:05

It’s cheaper as we are getting a new sponsor next season,so outdated in a m …It’s cheaper as we are getting a new sponsor next season,so outdated in a matter of months


They're ditching their betting sponsors/partners, 2 years early.

I hope others follow suit
Gollywood20/02/2020 00:07

They're ditching their betting sponsors/partners, 2 years early.I hope …They're ditching their betting sponsors/partners, 2 years early.I hope others follow suit


All about money
Love Umbro kits. Nike & Adidas can't touch them....
£20.63 with delivery... Code knocks 83p off.
Cheers OP, be rude not to
Gollywood20/02/2020 00:07

They're ditching their betting sponsors/partners, 2 years early.I hope …They're ditching their betting sponsors/partners, 2 years early.I hope others follow suit


Quite agree, though it looks like my team, Villa, are getting SportPesa as sponsors next season. The last shirts I bought were two sponsorless Villa team shirts and a Acorns children’s hospice sponsored shirt. Have no interest in wearing a shirt with betting/financial services sponsors and wish clubs would offer a blank option.
Up the toffees!
Gollywood20/02/2020 00:07

They're ditching their betting sponsors/partners, 2 years early.I hope …They're ditching their betting sponsors/partners, 2 years early.I hope others follow suit


Losing their betting sponsor?!?! What are the odds of that??
Now you too can look like the weirdo at NXT every week surrounded by Americans who think "who is this dude in the blue?"
No idea whether it fits, as it was a Christmas present. Looks OK.
All joking aside I wish clubs would sell kits for realistic prices, if I was an Everton fan I would get this, just a shame they retail for so much when there isn't anything special about materials or manufacturer which warrant the price.
Heat added by the way
What a bargain. Great spot my friend. To be honest I'm not a massive fan of any of our shirts this season and unfortunately we signed another deal with umbro.
Much prefer puma or Adidas kits
COYB
Edited by: "efc_4ever" 20th Feb
Will my money go towards them winning?
Everton are on the way back under Ancelotti. Hopefully we can become better than the second team from Liverpool once again!
Edited by: "godblast" 20th Feb
Gollywood20/02/2020 00:07

They're ditching their betting sponsors/partners, 2 years early.I hope …They're ditching their betting sponsors/partners, 2 years early.I hope others follow suit


Once again, Everton leading the way! What a great club it is!
Are there any more clubs with deals like this? I know Boro have reduced their shirts to £24.99 but I was hoping for some other random clubs. I looked at Scottish teams but they're still full price.
Thank you, OP.
This is the most useful thread that I've encountererd in quite some time.
Cracking deal for the nicer side of the park.
Gollywood20/02/2020 00:07

They're ditching their betting sponsors/partners, 2 years early.I hope …They're ditching their betting sponsors/partners, 2 years early.I hope others follow suit


Bet they won't
Cheers ! Bought for a friend... Need to add shipping to the OP.
As a Liverpool fan I have family who support this lot and my nephew will be very happy with this so thanks. YNWA
Gollywood20/02/2020 00:07

They're ditching their betting sponsors/partners, 2 years early.I hope …They're ditching their betting sponsors/partners, 2 years early.I hope others follow suit


I type this out to you as im sat in a bookies, these bookmakers despite government regulation past 10 months are the absolute scum of the earth where employees are pressed to convert high street bettors to the unregulated realm of the internet.

More regulation is needed because of the unrecognised deaths linked to this. No exaggeration
RookieSludizzle20/02/2020 19:35

I type this out to you as im sat in a bookies, these bookmakers despite …I type this out to you as im sat in a bookies, these bookmakers despite government regulation past 10 months are the absolute scum of the earth where employees are pressed to convert high street bettors to the unregulated realm of the internet. More regulation is needed because of the unrecognised deaths linked to this. No exaggeration


Well the betting industry is geared towards the industry not the punter.

Start winning & you'll have restrictions put on you & you'll be banned.

Keep losing & they love you.

Govt could do something to regulate it but they're happy with their cut.

So yes, there will be more addicts, more health problems and ultimately more deaths/suicides.
Edited by: "Gollywood" 20th Feb
baked_bean_face20/02/2020 07:53

All joking aside I wish clubs would sell kits for realistic prices, if I …All joking aside I wish clubs would sell kits for realistic prices, if I was an Everton fan I would get this, just a shame they retail for so much when there isn't anything special about materials or manufacturer which warrant the price.


Very true - esp considering the product costs for kits at the volumes they get printed in would be really low. Probably about £5 or less.
Once again, proud to be an Everton fan. Leaving a betting sponsor like this. Carlo fantastico Carlo magnifico. Good times are hopefully ahead. UTFT.
Thank you for posting. We have added this to the Highlights section
Everton fan here too.. quite surprised no daft comments. Well done to all for keeping it about the actual deal


Up the toffees
Gollywood20/02/2020 19:41

Well the betting industry is geared towards the industry not the …Well the betting industry is geared towards the industry not the punter.Start winning & you'll have restrictions put on you & you'll be banned.Keep losing & they love you.Govt could do something to regulate it but they're happy with their cut.So yes, there will be more addicts, more health problems and ultimately more deaths/suicides.


Yes I saw that on TV the other day "Can You Beat the Bookies?", don't even have to win that much before the restriction starts.

The answer to the question was, you can beat the bookies if you put in 40 hours research a week or fly round the world "courtsiding" but the ordinary person, no you can't.
jsty310520/02/2020 19:56

Very true - esp considering the product costs for kits at the volumes they …Very true - esp considering the product costs for kits at the volumes they get printed in would be really low. Probably about £5 or less.


Exactly, imagine schools charging the price of pe kits matching these shorts and t shirts. Ridiculous.
Cremoso9920/02/2020 23:15

Yes I saw that on TV the other day "Can You Beat the Bookies?", don't even …Yes I saw that on TV the other day "Can You Beat the Bookies?", don't even have to win that much before the restriction starts.The answer to the question was, you can beat the bookies if you put in 40 hours research a week or fly round the world "courtsiding" but the ordinary person, no you can't.


To be honest I didn't see anything on TV about this - just aware of how the industry operates. Not sure what 'Courtsiding' is sorry
Gollywood20/02/2020 23:32

To be honest I didn't see anything on TV about this - just aware of how …To be honest I didn't see anything on TV about this - just aware of how the industry operates. Not sure what 'Courtsiding' is sorry


People who go to tennis matches and find slow umpires and take advantage of the delay between live action and TV coverage to win money, basically cheating.
Heat for the deal. Are preparations under way yet at Goodison, for the liverpool guard of honour?
rottitime20/02/2020 09:09

Will my money go towards them winning?


Someone in the Chelsea store once told me this " If you buy direct from us , the money goes straight back into the club . If you buy from Sports Direct or similar, the money goes to who makes the kit "

Not sure how true that is . I assume the club gets a percentage of every shirt sold . Though if buying direct the percentage is a lot more .
Fairys_Burn_Things21/02/2020 08:11

Someone in the Chelsea store once told me this " If you buy direct from us …Someone in the Chelsea store once told me this " If you buy direct from us , the money goes straight back into the club . If you buy from Sports Direct or similar, the money goes to who makes the kit " Not sure how true that is . I assume the club gets a percentage of every shirt sold . Though if buying direct the percentage is a lot more .


I guess the club shop is just a retail outlet to sell so profits will go to the club. They buy the shirts in the same way Sport Direct does. Perhaps cheaper which therefore means more profit for the club shop.
Unfortunately it looks like Red is out of stock, just blue left ;-)
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