The Black-And-White Years: Spiffing Vintage Photos Of Everton’s Goodison Park, Between 1905-1968

Chris Wright

16th, July 2013


By Chris Wright

Having spent the first few years of their existence playing in a flat corner of Stanley Park and at Anfield, Everton finally moved into their current stadium in 1892 when the club effectively split in two following a fractious dispute with club chairman and owner of Anfield, John Houlding, over repeated rent hikes among many, many other things.

Left with a stadium and no club, Houlding formed Liverpool and went on his merry way while the Toffees moved into Goodison, one of the world’s first purpose-built football grounds, and began their ascent 971

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