Following the club's board of directors' absence from Saturday's game against Southampton due to threats to their safety, Everton is reviewing all of their security measures.
Everton designated the game as "high risk" after consulting with the police; the same designation was given to their upcoming home game against Arsenal on February 4th.
Everton promised "enhanced security measures" would be implemented.
The decision, according to the club, was made in response to "incidents" that occurred during the Southampton game and prior contests, and it was based on "intelligence gathered and information received directly by the club.".
The health, safety, and security of our fans, employees, and players are and will always be our top priorities, according to Everton. ".
The team has previously stated that recent home games have seen "increasing incidents of anti-social behavior, including targeted physical aggression.".
According to club sources, a male fan assaulted chief executive Denise Barrett-Baxendale after a 4-1 loss to Brighton at home earlier in January.
Merseyside Police had earlier on Monday stated that no threats or incidents had been reported to them ahead of Saturday's game.
It also stated that officers were aware of videos posted on social media showing players leaving Goodison Park after the 2-1 loss and fans approaching their cars.
The Toffees were eliminated from both domestic cups and are currently ranked 19th in the Premier League. They have lost nine consecutive games across all competitions.
The Everton Fans' Forum (EFF) wrote an open letter to owner Farhad Moshiri this month requesting "sweeping changes at chair, board, and executive levels.".
Any threats made against Everton directors or staff are "completely condemned," the EFF stated on Saturday.