Everton is a club with lots of history and have had some very successful seasons since their creation.
In this slideshow we will take a look at some of the most successful seasons in Everton's history.
The most important attribute of course is silverware and Everton has a pretty respectable haul where that is concerned.
Here are the most successful seasons in Everton's history.
Everton picked up the 1890/91 Football League title and wrestled it away from previous winners Preston North End in the process.
The Toffees had a record of 14 wins, one draw and seven losses during the campaign.
Everton was a pretty solid team in the league for the most part after its 1890/91 season title but their next success came in the form of an FA Cup victory.
Everton did not need any replays en route to that title and beat rivals Liverpool in the semifinal 2-0.
Everton then followed up two of its most unsuccessful seasons with the capture of its second league title.
With Bobby Parker leading the way with 36 goals in the league the club held off Oldham Athletic to win the title by one point.
Everton legend Dixie Dean scored a whopping 60 goals as the club picked up its third league title with a record of 20 wins, 13 draws and nine losses.
With Arsenal only two points behind them, Everton won its fourth league title after returning to the First Division.
Dixie Dean was again the man leading the way with 45 goals to his name.
Everton carried its success of the previous season to a win in the FA Cup final.
The Toffees scored 20 goals in their six games in the competition while only conceding five.
The 1930's proved to be a pretty good decade for Everton as they picked up their third trophy. Another league trophy came in for the Toffees as they held off a challenge from Wolverhampton Wanderers to gain their silverware.
Everton put together some pretty solid performances to win the 1962/63 league title. An overall record of 25 wins, 11 draws and six losses was enough to see them beat Tottenham to the prize.
After a pretty comfortable ride through the majority of the tournament, Everton had to get through a replay with Manchester City in the quarterfinal and a tight 1-0 win over Manchester United to reach the final.
The drama didn't end there as they had to come from two goals down to win their third FA Cup.
With probably their most comfortable margin of victory in the league—nine points—Everton picked up their seventh league title in the 1969/70 season.
In a match the FA classified as one of its FA Cup classics, Everton beat Watford 2-0 to pick up its fourth FA Cup title.
In their most successful season to date, Everton picked up two trophies in 1984/85.
The Toffees picked up their eighth league title and claimed a major victory in Europe with the European Cup Winners Cup.
Everton almost claimed a third trophy as well but were beaten in the FA Cup final by Manchester United.
The 1986/87 league title was Everton's last of its kind and the club was solid throughout. A record of 26 wins, eight draws and eight losses left them nine points clear of their nearest competitors, Liverpool.
In their most recent major trophy win, Everton beat Manchester United to pick up the FA Cup trophy for a fifth time.
The Toffees conceded only one goal en route to the final.