Everton have one of the most active and engaged online fanbases in football and the club's digital footprints go way back to the earliest days of the Internet as we know it today.
From having one of the earliest web sites devoted to a single club in the form of ToffeeWeb (the original version of this site is believed to be among the first three club sites formed back in the first half of the 1990s) to the present-day array of websites, blogs, podcasts and YouTube channels, there are plenty of ways in which Evertonians can find community online.
Full-scale websites with news and views about the club
Everton fans have an ever-growing stable of content creators from which to choose when it comes to listening to and watching fellow Blues talk about the club.
Longer-form opinions from the more loquacious Evertonians.
Discussion forums, message boards and live chat areas to discuss all things Everton with like-minded Blues.
The ToffeeNet mailing list was once the place for information about things Everton on the internet and it's still going with a small group of long-time members.
There are various ways to experience Everton matches via the Internet. Exiled fans, especially should bookmark this page.
ToffeeWeb's section devoted to following the Blues and the Premier League from across The Pond.
Everton is one of the most popular football clubs for personal website hosting.
This page tries to keep track of some of these ever-changing sites.
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