For club and country

Donate to plant 100 trees in memory of the Everton players who fought in the First World War.

Did you know?

Goodison Park was used by the Territorial Army for drill practice during the First World War.

Featured footballer

Robert Parker

Robert Parker moved to Everton from Rangers for a fee of £1,500 in 1913. He was the top goal scorer for Everton in the 1913/14 season and the divisions’ highest scorer in the 1914/15 season as Everton won the First Division. He returned from the First World War with a bullet lodged in his back and couldn’t repeat that form and was sold to Nottingham Forest in 1921.

Players who served and died

  • James Roy
  • Leigh Richmond Roose
  • James Brannick
  • Fred Collinson
  • Walter Fairgrieve
  • Tom Gracie
  • David Murray
  • Donald Sloan
  • Wilfred Toman

Find out more about this club at Football and the First World War.

Our ambassador

Sir Trevor Brooking

"In partnership with the Woodland Trust and the National Football Museum, we’re aiming to plant thousands of trees in commemoration to create living memorials for your footballing heroes in beautiful woodlands for future generations to enjoy."

Not your club? Check out our list of football clubs involved in the First World War or donate to the National Football Museum's appeal.

For club and country