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In a historic campaign for English football, Everton were the first club to lift the League Championship trophy, at Anfield in 1891.
While shadows loomed over Europe in the form of the Great War, at Goodison Park the Blues were on the verge of achieving the first league and cup double of the new century.
This title year was focused around one man: William Ralph 'Dixie' Dean
Goals, goals, goals. This was the season when Everton simply tore the opposition apart with their unfailing ability to find the back of the net.
Everton's triumphs were once again overshadowed by events on the world stage, events which prevented this Blues side from achieving the greatness that beckoned them
In 1962/63 Harry Catterick led a side containing legends Roy Vernon, Brian Labone, Alex Young and Alex Parker to a season of unprecedented home triumphs
This was the season when the School of Science reached its pinnacle and Everton reigned supreme in English football.
Seasons don't come much better than this.
Everton win the title again!