Bodes farewell to the legendary stadium

Premier League club Everton has plans to build a new stadium, and the club has on Monday published the final details and sent the final plans to the municipalit

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
25 December 2019 Wednesday 23:00
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Bodes farewell to the legendary stadium

Premier League club Everton has plans to build a new stadium, and the club has on Monday published the final details and sent the final plans to the municipality.

The new stadium be after the drawings could houses 52.000 spectators and will thus get a somewhat bigger capacity than the club's current arena, Goodison Park.

The legendary home, which was built back in 1892, in its present form to take in 39.572 spectators.

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39.572 spectators, there is space on Evertons current home ground, Goodison Park. Photo: Paul Ellis / Ritzau Scanpix.

Goodison Park has been Evertons legendary home ground since 1892. Soon, however, it can be the end. Photo: Phil Noble / Ritzau Scanpix.
The new stadium is scheduled to be at the Bramley-Moore Dock to the Mersey river, so close to the waterfront in Liverpool, that the ball can easily ports in the water, if it receives a los out of forsvarszonen.

- Gets the plans approved, it becomes a stadium in the world and a catalyst for the Liverpool City Region's continued growth and success, says Everton director Denise Barrett-Baxendale for the club's website.

the Architect Dan Meis is chosen to design the stadium, which is expected to cost about 4.4 billion dollars.

If all goes well, should the stadium be ready for the season 2023/24.

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Updated: 25.12.2019 23:00
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