Everton FC's range of football kits have been launched for excited fans who want purchase it ahead of the 2016/17 season.
The opening game against Tottenham Hotspur at Goodison Park is nearly here and fans have a few days left to get their kits to be ready for the new season.
Everton have traditionally sold their kit through a handful of official channels only, meaning you often will not find the new season shirt in all sports shops. However, Everton fans who want to buy the kit for the 2016/17 season have a trio of options.
Fans who want to buy
Below is a list of places you can order the new Everton kit this season.
Everton has two Merseyside stores fans can visit if they want to buy the new kit. Everton One is located near to Goodison Park itself, and is easily found due to its very own version of St Rupert's Tower, the building featured in the club's badge.
Everton's second store is called Everton Two. The cheeky name is a nod to the club store's full address - Everton Two, Liverpool ONE! The shop is located on the upper floor of Liverpool's city centre shopping complex.
Alternatively, fans can order the kit from the official online store. Prices start from £50 for a short-sleeved adult shirt, plus postage and packaging.
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Everton's merchandise partner Kitbag stocks the Everton FC home and away shirts. Kitbag also charges £50 for the short-sleeve home kit, while the long-sleeved version is £5 extra.
You can also buy kits for women, juniors and infants at the Kitbag store, with away and third kits also available.
JD Sports markets itself as the 'King of Trainers' but it also does a line in sports wear, including football kits. Once again adult home shirts are listed as £50 but the store does offer free delivery and collection, as well as free returns if there is an issue with your order.
You can order or pick up in store and the stock includes away and third kits, goalkeeper kits and infants sizes. If you want kits with Premier League badges already on the sleeves, that will cost you an extra £5.