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Everton may refer to:

Contents

    Places



    Australia

    • Everton, Victoria
    • Electoral district of Everton, Queensland



    Canada

    • Everton, Ontario



    South Africa

    • Everton, part of Kloof, KwaZulu-Natal



    United Kingdom

    • Everton, Bedfordshire, England
    • Everton, Hampshire, England
    • Everton, Liverpool, a district of Liverpool, England
    • Everton, Nottinghamshire, England
    • Everton, Shetland



    United States

    • Everton, Arkansas
    • Everton, Indiana
    • Everton, Missouri

    Sport

    • Everton F.C., an English football club based in Liverpool, England
    • Everton L.F.C., a team playing in the Women's Premier League
    • Everton Tigers, a basketball franchise formerly owned by the football club
    • Everton de Viña del Mar, a Chilean football team named after the original British football team
    • Everton F.C. (Port of Spain), a former Trinidad and Tobago football team

    People

    Given name

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    • Everton Blender, a Jamaican reggae singer and producer
    • Everton Weekes, a West Indian cricketer
    • Everton Augusto de Barros Ribeiro, a Brazilian footballer
    • Everton Cardoso da Silva, a Brazilian footballer born in 1988
    • Everton José Modesto Silva, Brazilian footballer
    • Everton Bilher (born 1988), Brazilian footballer
    • Éverton Barbosa da Hora, Brazilian footballer
    • Everton Guimarães Ferreira (born 1986), Brazilian footballer
    • Everton Fox (born 1964), British weather presenter
    • Éwerthon, a Brazilian footballer born in 1981

    Surname

    • Chloe Everton, (b. 1979), British sports presenter
    • Clive Everton, (b. 1937), Welsh snooker commentator, journalist and author
    • James Everton, (b. 1992), British radio presenter
    • John Scott Everton, (1908–2003), American college president and diplomat
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