New Everton stadium moves a step closer`

Everton reveal new stadium design

Friday 2nd August 2019

Everton have revealed the first images (and video) of their proposed new stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock.

The 52,000 capacity venue will be built with safe standing in mind, should a change to the law happen in the future. It was also be constructed in a way that allows capacity to be expanded to 62,000, should it be required.

Video

The stadium will be built on the banks of the River Mersey and looks impressive (although getting away at full time could be a challenge!)

The £500m development will also include a new multi-storey car park and footbridge as well a “fan plaza” and public spaces for use throughout the year. The club is also hoping to build a small number of houses and apartments close to the stadium.

At this stage, it’s just a design. Planning permission has yet to be granted and there’s no date for when Goodison Park will close.


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