Crest Update: Designers have 400 fan-designed crests on their wall

    The design phase of Everton’s crest redesign process is now underway.

    The consultation phase of the process has now ended, with over 20,000 Evertonians providing feedback into the design of a new club crest.

    Supporters have given their views via an online questionnaire, focus groups and one-to-one consultations in the Everton One and Everton Two stores.

    In addition, over 400 designs created by fans have been received.

    The feedback is now being collated by Kenyon Fraser, the agency who are running the redesign process, and it will be used by their independent creative team to come up with a number of options which will be then be voted on.

    Everton’s Director of Communications, Alan Myers, said: “There has been some fantastic information received. Kenyon Fraser have got all sorts of information from fans about what they feel about the badge; not only about the elements of the crest but about what the Club means to our fans.

    “In their offices they have a wall covered with over 400 fan-designed crests which will inspire the designers.”

    The vote period, independently delivered by Electoral Reform Services, will commence on 23 September with all supporters who have a customer number through ticket purchases or membership eligible to have their say.

    It will run for a week until 1 October and the next Everton crest will then be revealed on 3 October.   Supporters are advised to ensure they know their customer number ahead of the opening of the voting period.

    Anyone with any queries or concerns over their customer number should contact the Everton Fan Centre. Click here for contact details.

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