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Sneak peek of new Everton Bramley Moore Dock Stadium!

Take a sneak peek at the new Everton Bramley Moore Dock Stadium, which is currently under construction!

Everton FC unveiled plans for a new 52,000 seat stadium which will be known as Branley Moore Dock Stadium back in 2018.

The club mentioned at the time that the capacity of the upcoming stadium could also be extended to 62,000 later down the line for fans of the Merseyside club.

Initially, the blue side of the Mersey were due to relocate to their new home of football this year – however, it has since been decided that they will wait until the end of the 2024/2025 season instead.

The Toffees’ fanbase will be hoping to see their side remain in the Premier League for the move, with their club hit with a record 10-points deduction this season leaving them fighting for their lives in the top flight.

For those of you wondering what will become of Goodison Park, the Toffees home since 1892 – the stadium will be redeveloped into a mix-use scheme of 51,000 square feet of offices and 173 homes.

Now, Everton fans have been treated to a sneak peek of their new Bramley Moore Dock Stadium as construction continues! Check out the pictures below!

Pictures of the new Everton Bramley Moore Dock Stadium have been released.
Image credit: Tony Mcardle of Everton FC
A sneak peek at the new Everton Branley Moore Dock Stadium
Image credit: Tony Mcardle of Everton FC

Alix Waldron, Director of the new stadium’s development said “”It’ll be amazing with the roar from the noise, not just from this stand but especially from this [the South] stand,”

“The roof has been designed in a way to bounce that noise back into the stadium. It will just reverberate the atmosphere around the whole of the ground which will be amazing.

“The fans told us they wanted to replicate that fortress that is Goodison. We want it to be an intimidating place to come, somewhere where that passion of Evertonians shows itself back through the design.”

“I think having that closeness to the pitch and that steepness towering over it brings it naturally because everyone’s closer. Everyone’s more embedded in it.”