Eight Evertonians are being sought to serve a three-year term on one of the most active and engaged Fans’ Forums in the Premier League.
The Forum, which meets monthly, helps shape Club policy on fan-related matters as well leading on a number of club/fan-related projects. Over the past year, projects the Fans’ Forum have been involved with have included helping to set ticket prices, improving the matchday experience, helping to design new branding and signage around Goodison Park, devising and delivering fan events, fundraising for Everton in the Community and leading on the new Holy Trinity Statue.
For this intake of new Forum members, the group is seeking creative and dynamic individuals who will be available to meet monthly as well as get involved in individual project groups that meet their interests.
Nick Mernock Chair of the Everton Fans’ Forum said: “Supporters are the lifeblood of any football club and this is a great opportunity for Everton fans to get involved, share their views and ideas with the Club’s decision makers and help their fellow Blues in the process.
“We’re seeking Blues who can help continue to take the Forum forward as we build on another successful year. The coming year is an important one for the Forum as we work alongside the Club to deliver consultation on the Club’s new stadium, unveil the Holy Trinity Statue as well as continue to improve the match day experience.
“I would urge all passionate Blues – from all walks of life – to apply and make a difference to the Club you love.”
To understand more about the application process and the Fans’ Forum please click here.
To learn more about the work of the Forum please visit the Fans’ Forum website.
The closing date for applications is Monday 4 December at 6pm and all applications are greatly appreciated.
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