The 2003-2004 season marked the celebration of Everton's 125th anniversary and as the Blues prepared themselves for yet another season in top-flight football, hopes were high of building on the success of the previous campaign.
But all didn't quite go to plan and, with injuries and ill luck playing a part, a season of frustration and disappointment was endured.
However, there were some positives to look back on:
The 4-0 thumping of Leeds United, the late show against Aston Villa and the Good Friday win over Tottenham Hotspur.
The magnificently consistent form of Nigel Martyn, the midfield displays of Kevin Kilbane, the defensive assurance of Joseph Yobo and nine more goals to add to the Wayne Rooney collection.
The Blues gave Arsenal a scare at Goodison, held Chelsea at Stamford Bridge and were involved in one of the games of the season against Manchester United in February.
They're all here... from the curtain raiser at Highbury to the last match at the City Of Manchester Stadium, this is the only story of Everton's 2003-2004 season.
With every Everton goal featured, post-match reaction as it happened, exclusive interviews with the players as they reflect, and introduced and voiced by BBC Match of the Day's Ray Stubbs, this is the only account of yet another top-flight campaign.