The Toffees beat relegated Norwich City 3-0 in their final match of an underwhelming campaign.
Everton's season has been one of frustration and disappointment, but they blew off the cobwebs of Roberto Martinez's reign to secure a convincing 3-0 win over Norwich City on the final day of the season on Sunday.
In the Toffees' first match since the dismissal of Martinez, academy manager David Unsworth and coach Joe Royle took charge of the season closer for a match which say club stalwart Tim Howard make his final appearance for the club.
The 37-year-old American was handed only a second start since January for what was his 413th and final appearance for the club before leaving for MLS side Colorado Rapids this summer.
He was relatively untroubled as the hosts strolled to a comfortable victory against the relegated Canaries, whilst Unsworth and Royle handed first league starts to academy prospects Kieran Dowell and Tom Davies and a debut as a substitute for Jonjoe Kenny.
Dowell, who has been on the fringes of a first-team role for the past few weeks, set up the opener with a fine run before James McCarthy's finished superbly from outside the box.
Leighton Baines doubled the lead from the penalty spot after Romelu Lukaku had been fouled, and Kevin Mirallas sealed just a sixth home league win of the season with a tap-in shortly after the break.
Here's a look back through an emotional day at Goodison Park.