Greatest Everton Plays - Slate Coasters (Set of 4)

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Relive four of the greatest moments in Everton soccer history. Each set comes with four laser-etched coasters depicting these historic plays:

1984 1984-1985 Matchday 11 vs Liverpool - Sharp's Volley
1985 Cup Winners' Cup Semifinals vs Bayern Munich - Best Day at Goodison
1994 Matchday 38 vs Wimbledon - Staying In Division 1
2014 Matchday 6 vs Liverpool - Jagielka in stoppage

These slate coasters are laser-etched indelibly into the stone itself.
- Size: 4" x 4" x 0.25" per coaster
- Weight: 0.25lbs (4oz)
- Natural edge
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1984 1984-1985 Matchday 11
Sharp's Volley
Everton vs Liverpool
1 - 0
20 October, 1984
The 1984-1985 season was immaculate for the Toffees, nearly securing the treble. THAT goal from Sharp against Liverpool not only won Everton the 3 points but gave the team the mindset that they had serious claims for English title this year.

1985 Cup Winners' Cup Semifinals
Best Day at Goodison
Everton vs Bayern Munich
3 - 1
24 April, 1985
What many call the best day ever at Goodison Park, Everton took down powerhouse Bayern Munich to advance into the European finals where they would beat SK Rapid Wien to secure the club's first and only European trophy

1994 Matchday 38
Staying In Division 1
Everton vs Wimbledon
3 - 2
7 May, 1994
Everton have competed in the top division of English football for a record 116 seasons, including since 1954. However, on matchday 38 facing relegation and losing 2-0 within 20 minutes, this streak came into threat. Stuart's strike completed a 3 goal comeback to maintain first division status for the club.

2014 Matchday 6
Jagielka in stoppage
Everton vs Liverpool
1 - 1
27 September, 2014
For younger fans, when asked what the best Everton goal they've ever seen - Jagielka's strike springs to mind. The shot was an impeccable volley. Add in that it was at Anfield in a Merseyside Derby and stole 2 points from the Kop in stoppage time, it becomes Everton's best goal in recent history.