Everton 2018-19 season: Fixtures, transfers, squad numbers & complete Premier League schedule

Goal gives you the complete look at the Toffees' full fixtures least for the upcoming season, including all pre-season and Premier League games

Everton are a club currently in the middle of transation, having dismissed Sam Allardyce and replaced him with ex-Watford boss Marco Silva.

The Blues did plenty of business in the transfer window after last year's efforts proved to be lukewarm, with Silva keen to rebuild the club and improve on their recent eighth-place finish.

Club veteran Wayne Rooney made the switch to MLS side D.C. United during the window, and Silva has brought in players that will complement the likes of established stars Cenk Tosun and Theo Walcott, who still have something to prove at Goodison Park.

Goal  brings you your complete guide to Everton's 2018 pre-season tour as well as their complete 2018-19 Premier League schedule with dates, venues and all you need to know about the preparations for the new season.

Everton pre-season fixtures

Date Match Time (UK / US ET) Venue
Jul 14 ATV Irdning 0-22 Everton 4pm / 11am ATV Arena, Irdning
Jul 18 Bury 1-1 Everton 7:45pm / 2:45pm Gigg Lane, Bury
Jul 21 Everton 0-0 Lille (3-5 pens) 8pm / 3pm Estadio Algarve, Faro
Jul 22 Porto 1-0 Everton 8pm / 3pm Estadio Algarve, Faro
Jul 26 Blackburn Rovers 3-0 Everton 7:45pm / 2:45pm Ewood Park, Blackburn
Jul 28 Rennes 4-1 Everton 5:30pm / 12:30pm Municipal de Vitre, Vitre
Aug 4 Everton 2-3 Valencia 3pm / 10am Goodison Park, Everton

An enthralling 0-22 win over Irdning coupled with low-key 1-1 draw with local side Bury opened Everton's pre-season run of fixtures, before two defeats - one after penalties - in Portugal to Lille and Porto.

Marco Silva's side returned to the UK for a friendly against newly-promoted Championship side Blackburn Rovers on July 26, and will finish with a home tie against Spanish side Valencia.

Everton 2018-19 squad numbers

Squad number Position Player
1 GK Jordan Pickford
2 DF Mason Holgate
3 DF Leighton Baines
4 DF Michael Keane
6 DF Phil Jagielka
7 MF Yannick Bolasie
9 FW Sandro Ramirez
10 MF Gylfi Sigurdsson
11 FW Theo Walcott
12 DF Lucas Digne
14 FW Cenk Tosun
15 DF Cuco Martina
16 MF James McCarthy
17 MF Idrissa Gueye
18 MF Morgan Schneiderlin
19 FW Oumar Niasse
21 MF Muhamed Besic
22 GK Maarten Stekelenburg
23 DF Seamus Coleman
26 MF Tom Davies
27 MF Nikola Vlasic
28 MF Kieran Dowell
29 FW Dominic Calvert-Lewin
30 FW Richarlison
31 MF Ademola Lookman
34 MF Beni Baningime
38 DF Matthew Pennington
43 DF Jonjoe Kenny
- MF Andre Gomes
- DF Yerry Mina
- DF Kurt Zouma

Everton's 2018-19 transfer activity

Everton dipped into the transfer market with the acquisition of Brazilian winger Richarlison and Barcelona trio Lucas Digne, Yerry Mina and Andre Gomes. As well as that, they brought in Brazilian forward Bernard on a free transfer. 

The Toffees released striker Wayne Rooney from the club after he returned to his boyhood side following a long spell at Manchester United, which will have loosened their wage kitty, while Davy Klaassen departed for Werder Bremen.

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Everton will open their season with an away trip to recently promoted Wolves before hosting Southampton at Goodison Park the following week for their first home match of the campaign. A trip south to Bournemouth comes on matchday three and home matches against Huddersfield Town and West Ham complete their first five fixtures on the schedule.

The Toffees will be away for the first Merseyside derby of the season, which will take place against Liverpool at Anfield on December 1, with the return game set for March 2 at Goodison.

Everton's full Premier League schedule can be seen below.

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