Everton Football Club was created in November 1879 when the leaders of the church team at St Domingo's decided their popularity in the rapidly developing game of Association Football merited the change of name. And Everton have never looked back... until now.
That momentous decision, so legend has it, was taken at the Queens Head Hotel, from where the early organization and running of the club had been conducted. But the building in Village Street was demolished some time between 1969 and 1972.
Recently, archaeologists from the Museum of Liverpool have been excavating the site, and have collected a treasure trove of artefacts, some with possible (if rather fanciful) connections to Everton FC.
Read the full article: Liverpool Echo
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1 Posted 28/03/2016 at 05:14:16
2 Posted 28/03/2016 at 10:21:19
(Might need it soon).
3 Posted 29/03/2016 at 07:17:05
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