This is officially the fastest-selling kit in Everton history, breaking the record set by the current home kit, even though it’s only available to pre-order.
It’s a limited edition, purple-and-gold kit, launched to help raise money for the Liverpool Unites children’s charity, set up to help underpriveleged kids after the murder of schoolboy Rhys Jones.
According to a press release on the charity’s website, £100,000 is hoped to be raised by the sale of the shirt. The release also says:
“Melanie and Stephen Jones, parents of 11-year-old