Everton finished the 2013-14 season in fifth in the Barclays Premier League. Everton narrowly missed out on a spot in the UEFA Champions league, eventually finishing seven points behind Arsenal for fourth place in the Premier League. 

By SI Wire
August 12, 2014

Everton FC

Everton finished the 2013-14 season in fifth in the Barclays Premier League. Everton narrowly missed out on a spot in the UEFA Champions league, eventually finishing seven points behind Arsenal for the fourth spot.  

During the offseason, the club solidified a squad that challenged the Premier League's best last season. Roberto Martinez's club​ signed defender John Stones and striker Romelu Lukaku to five-year deals, and agreed to a four-year contract with rising star midfielder Ross Barkley. The Toffees also signed midfielder Gareth Barry to a three-year deal and acquired Chelsea's Christian Atsu on loan

Premier League fixtures 2014/15

08/16/14 Leicester City (A)

08/23/14 Arsenal (H)

08/30/14 Chelsea (H)

09/13/14 West Bromwich Albion

09/21/14 Crystal Palace (H)

09/27/14 Liverpool (A)

10/05/14 Manchester United (A)

10/18/14 Aston Vila (H)

10/26/14 Burnley (A)

11/01/14  Swansea City (H)

11/09/14 Sunderland (A)

11/22/14 West Ham United (H)

11/30/14 Tottenham Hotspur (A)

12/03/14 Hull City (H)

12/06/14 Manchester City (A)

12/14/14 Queens Park Rangers (H)

12/20/14 Southampton (A)

12/26/14 Stoke City (H)

12/28/14 Newcastle (A)

01/01/15 Hull City (A)

01/10/15 Manchester City (H)

01/17/15 West Bromwich Albion (H)

01/31/15 Crystal Palace (A)

02/07/15 Liverpool (H)

02/11/15 Chelsea (A)

02/21/15 Leicester City (H)

03/28/15 Arsenal (A)

03/04/15 Stoke City (A)

03/14/15 Newcastle (H)

03/21/15 Queens Park Rangers (A)

04/04/15 Southampton (H)

04/11/15 Swansea City (A)

04/18/15 Burnley (H)

04/25/15 Manchester United (H)

05/02/15 Aston Villa (A)

05/09/15 Sunderland (H)

05/16/15 West Ham United (A)

05/24/15 Tottenham Hotspur (H)

Note: Premier League fixture dates are subject to change. 

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- Sarah Barshop

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