Plenty to choose from here - which is your favourite?
With sensational goals flying in left, right and centre recently, we asked Everton supporters to pick the favourite blockbusters scored by the boys in Royal Blue.
Graeme Sharp's epic volley at Anfield remains hard to beat, although his effort against Spurs at Goodison a couple of seasons earlier also won plenty of support. We've whittled it down to five but have had to leave out classics like Kevin Sheedy's free-kicks against Ipswich, Duncan Ferguson's headers against Manchester United and Tim Cahill's overhead kick against Chelsea.
We've picked 'a' top five below the stunners that have had the football world drooling in recent days - take a look and let us know in the comments below
Bob Latchford v Coventry, 1977 (nominated by @nicx62)
What started out as top-of-the-table showdown between the sides second and third in the league table ended up as a rout as Everton took their visitors apart.
Bob Latchford bagged a treble, along with goals from Andy King, Jim Pearson and Martin Dobson, but it was his third goal and Everton's sixth which brought the house down as a sweeping move that started on the edge of the Blues' penalty area ended with Dave Thomas picking out Latchford at the far post which thumped home his hat-trick goal on the volley.
Graeme Sharp v Liverpool, 1984 (nominated by @cornblow)
Everton hadn't won at Anfield since 1970 but the year's two Wembley trips and FA Cup victory over Watford had strengthened the belief in Howard Kendall's young side that they were ready to compete with neighbours Liverpool, who had just won a third title on the bounce.
The Blues were finding form after losing their opening two games of the season and underlined their championship credentials with a second win over the Reds in two months, following a Charity Shield win at Wembley in August.
The decisive moment arrived shortly after half-time when Graeme Sharp controlled Gary Stevens' lofted pass ahead of Mark Lawrenson and thundered a 25-yard volley beyond Bruce Grobbelaar to condemn the home side to a fourth defeat of the season and provide Evertonians with genuine evidence that the Merseyside balance of power was shifting.
Wayne Clarke v Arsenal, 1987 (nominated by @paulcolston)
Everton trailed league leaders Liverpool by six points but had two games in hand and, as the Reds were going down to a shock home defeat to Wimbledon, Everton picked up a crucial three points at Highbury.
Wayne Clarke had arrived from Birmingham City earlier in the month to bolster the Blues' strikeforce and his first goal in Royal Blue was a peach, lobbing John Lukic from 40 yards after the Arsenal goalkeeper's errant clearance, as the title momentum began to shift back across Merseyside.
Wayne Rooney v Arsenal, 2002
The 16-year-old had made his first team debut on the opening day of the season against Spurs and chose the last minute of the visit of their north London rivals and reigning champions Arsenal to grab his first goal.
With the game locked at 1-1, Rooney picked up the ball 20 yards out and curled home an unstoppable shot past David Seaman to write himself into Goodison folklore and condemn the previously unbeaten Gunners to their first league defeat of the season.
Leon Osman v Larissa, 2007
Everton's UEFA Cup tie against Greek side Larissa saw a goal in the true School of Science tradition. Tim Cahill picked out an overlapping run from Leighton Baines and his cross was flicked by Steven Pienaar into the path of the onrushing Leon Osman who crashed home in front of a disbelieving Gwladys Street.
* HAVE we missed out your favourite? We've picked ten of the best below, tell us your favourite in the comments section and we'll make a gallery of the best ones