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Paddy McGrath

Sad news reaches us that one of our original ESCLA members, Paddy McGrath has died.Paddy had many friends in the Everton community nationwide but ESCLA’s regular travellers from the 1970’s and 80’s will have many fond and interesting memories of him. On behalf of ESCLA I would like to send deepest sympathy and condolences to […]

ESCLA Subscriptions 2022/23 – £10 Single, £15 Family.

In recognition of the lack of ESCLA events and activities during lockdown members from season 2020/21 had their subscriptions for 2021/22 re-newed free of charge. During 2021/22 ESCLA has been in a state of hibernation due to issues entirely related to the previous two years of Covid restrictions, we did however manage to remain open […]

Website Updates On Twitter

  In future when I  post an announcement  here on the website – match ticket application news etc, I will  alert members on Twitter.   To receive Twitter alerts just  go to the Tweets section below. You can keep up to date with ESCLA on Twitter  @ESCLAnews .

Goodison Park 1938

Long time ESCLA member Jim Gore sent me a link to some great aerial views of Goodison taken in 1938, I was going to post them here but I’m not sure about copyright issues (English Heritage/Liverpool Echo) so instead here is the link to where you can view them – http://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/news/nostalgia/walton-above-amazing-pictures-1920s-7682585