Everton will return to competitive action at Goodison Park in 13 days against either SK Brann of Norway or Ruzomberok of Slovakia in the Europa League.
The Blues have faced Brann in European competition before, winning 8-1 on aggregate in 2008, but Ruzomberok are an unknown quantity.
They play in orange and their home ground has a capacity of less than 5,000 – meaning that the travelling Evertonians will likely end up in the home end. For a change!
With the first leg at Goodison Park on July 27th, a ticket announcement is expected soon, while our travel partners from a couple of rivers away are working hard on the arrangements for the second leg on August 3rd.
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